Martin Gruber - Introduction to SQL

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Martin Gruber - Introduction to SQL


1 Introduction to Relational Databases
2 SQL: An Overview
3 Using SQL to extract information from the Tables
4 Using relational and Boolean operators in the creation of more complex predicates
5 Using the special operators in the Terms
6 summarize data by using aggregate functions
7 Format Prompts
8 Request How many tables One
9 Combining tables with Him
10 Putting one query inside another
11 Correlated Subqueries
12 Using the Operator EXISTS
13 Using the Operator ANY, ALL, and SOME
14 Using the UNION
15 Introduction, Delete, and Change the field value
16 Using Subqueries with modification commands
17 Creating Tables
18 Limitation of the value of your data
19 maintain the integrity of your data
20 Introduction: Performances
21 Changing the value by representing
22 The definition of who can do what
23 Global Aspects SQL
24 How SQL data Sozherzhatsya in an orderly manner
25 Using SQL with other languages \u200b\u200b(Embedded SQL)
A Answers to Exercises
SQL Data Types B
C Some Common Features Custom SQL
D syntax and commands Links
Table E used in the examples


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