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100+ SQL Queries T-SQL for Microsoft SQL Server

100+ SQL Queries T-SQL for Microsoft SQL Server

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100+ SQL Queries T-SQL for Microsoft SQL Server

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INTRODUCTION

The examples that follow use Microsoft’s Northwind database.

Northwind is a sample database that I use in many SQL courses.

It stores information about a fictitious specialty food company’s employees, clients, products and orders.

Northwind can be found online through Microsoft here:

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/framework/data/adonet/sql/linq/downloading-sample-databases

and is free.

If you also need SQL Server Management Studio and/or SQL Server Express, the linked article above has information of file locations, and install. The links below do as well.

Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS)

Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio is a free database administration tool.

While you can use the GUI to manipulate and extract data from the database, we will be doing so programmatically. Learning SQL statements here will give you a good foundation to learn other forms or dialects of SQL, like Oracle’s PL SQL or Microsoft Office Access JET SQL.

Download SSMS here:

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sql/ssms/download-sql-server-management-studio-ssms?view=sql-server-2017

and SQL Server Express, and other tools here:

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/sql-server/sql-server-downloads

Creating a SQL query in SSMS:

On the Standard toolbar, click the New Query button.

Or in the Object Explorer, right click the database you will use and select New Query.

Four methods to execute a SQL statement:

After typing the SQL statement, you must execute it to see the results by doing one of the following:

1. Press F5 on your keyboard.

2. On the main menu, click Query, then select Execute.

3. On the SQL Editor toolbar, click the Execute button.

4. Right-click in the code editor and click Execute.

Errors in Your SQL Statements:

If there is an error, SQL will display one or more red lines of text in the bottom Messages window.

SELECT

The SELECT Syntax

SELECT Column1, Column2, Column3…

FROM Table

SELECT retrieves all data from the column(s) listed.

To retrieve all columns in a table, type an asterisk * after SELECT.

To retrieve specific columns, list the column names separated by a comma.

FROM designates the table(s) from which the data is retrieved.

Query: Select all columns and records from the Customers table:

SELECT *

FROM Customers

NOTE: SQL is not case sensitive nor does SELECT and FROM need to be on different lines.

SELECT * FROM Customers works just as well.

Execute the query.

The record set is truncated to save space. Ninety-one records returned.

Query: Select all columns and records for the Products table.

SELECT *

FROM Products

The record set is truncated to save space. Seventy-seven records

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    For beginners It is really good, means who are doesn't aware of sql. And summarised straight way queries, I liked.