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Introduction To DBMS

1)    File Management System And Its Drawbacks

2)    Database Management System (DBMS) and Data Models

  1. a)    Physical Data Models
  2. b)    Logical Data Models
  3. i)    Hierarchical Data Model (HDBMS)
  4. ii)    Network Data Model (NDBMS)

iii)    Relational Data Model (RDBMS)

  1. iv)    Object Data Model (ODBMS)
  2. v)    Object Relational Data Model (ORDBMS)

3)    Conceptual Data Models

a)    Entity – Relationship (E-R) Model


Introduction To SQL Server

1)    Advantages and Drawbacks Of SQL Server Compared To Oracle And DB2

  1. a)    Connecting To Server
  2. i)    Server Type
  3. ii)    Server Name

iii)    Authentication Modes

(1)    Sql Server Authentication Mode

(2)    Windows Authentication Mode

(3)    Login and Password

(4)    Sql Server Management Studio and Tools In Management Studio

(a)    Object Explorer

(b)    Object Explorer Details

(c)    Query Editor



TSQL (Transact Structured Query Language)


Introduction To TSQL

1)    History and Features of TSQL

2)    Types Of TSQL Commands

  1. a)    Data Definition Language (DDL)
  2. b)    Data Manipulation Language (DML)
  3. c)    Data Query Language (DQL)
  4. d)    Data Control Language (DCL)
  5. e)    Transaction Control Language (TCL)
  6. f)    Database
  7. i)    Creating Database
  8. ii)    Altering Database

iii)    Deleting Database

  1. iv)    Constrains

(1)    Procedural Integrity Constraints

(2)    Declarative Integrity Constraints

(a)    Not Null, Unique, Default and Check constraints

(b)    Primary Key and Referential Integrity or foreign key constraints

(c)    Data Types In TSQL

(d)    Table

(i)    Creating Table

(ii)    Altering Table

(iii)    Deleting Table


Data Manipulation Language

1)    Insert

  1. a)    Identity
  2. b)    Creating A Table From Another Table
  3. c)    Inserting Rows From One Table To Another
  4. d)    Update
  5. i)    Computed Columns
  6. ii)    Delete

(2)    Truncate

(3)    Differences Between Delete and Truncate


Data Query Language (DQL)

1)    Select

2)    Where clause

3)    Order By Clause

4)    Distinct Keyword

5)    Isnull() function

6)    Column aliases

7)    Predicates

  1. a)    Between … And
  2. b)    In
  3. c)    Like
  4. d)    Is Null


Built In Functions


1)    Scalar Functions

  1. a)    Numeric Functions
  2. b)    Character Functions
  3. c)    Conversion Functions
  4. d)    Date Functions
  5. e)    Aggregate Functions
  6. i)    Convenient Aggregate Functions
  7. ii)    Statistical Aggregate Functions

iii)    Group By and Having Clauses

  1. iv)    Super Aggregates
  2. v)    Over(partition by …) Clause
  3. vi)    Ranking Functions

Vii)    Common Table Expressions (CTE)


Top n Clause

Set Operators

1)    Union

2)    Intersect

3)    Except



1)    Inner Join

  1. a)    Equi Join
  2. b)    Natural Join
  3. c)    Non-Equi Join
  4. d)    Self Join
  5. e)    Outer Join
  6. i)    Left Outer Join
  7. ii)    Right Outer Join

iii)    Full Outer Join

  1. iv)    Cross Join


Sub Queries

1)    Single Row Sub Queries

2)    Multi Row Sub Queries

  1. a)    Any or Some
  2. b)    ALL
  3. c)    Nested Sub Queries
  4. d)    Co-Related Sub Queries
  5. i)    Exists and Not Exists



1)    Clustered Index

2)    NonClustered Index

3)    Create , Alter and Drop Indexes

4)    Using Indexes



1)    Login Creation

  1. a)    SQL Server Authenticated Login
  2. b)    Windows Authenticated Login
  3. c)    User Creation
  4. d)    Granting Permissions
  5. e)    Revoking Permissions
  6. f)    Roles




1)    Purpose Of Views

2)    Creating , Altering and Dropping Indexes

3)    Simple and Complex Views

4)    Encryption and Schema Binding Options in creating views


Transaction Management

1)    Introduction

2)    Begin Transaction

3)    Commit Transaction

4)    Rollback Transaction

5)    Save Transaction

6)    Role Of Log File In Transaction Management

7)    Implicit Transactions


   T/SQL Programming (like PL/SQL in Oracle)

   Drawbacks Of TSQL that leads to TSQL Programming

   Introduction To TSQL Programming

1)    Control statements In TSQL Programming

  1. a)    Conditional Control Statements
  2. i)    If
  3. ii)    Case

2)    Looping Control Statements

  1. a)    While



1)    Working With Cursors

2)    Types Of Cursors

  1. a)    Forward_Only and Scroll Cursors
  2. b)    Static, Dynamic and Keyset Cursors
  3. c)    Local and Global Cursors


Stored Sub Programs

1)    Advantages Of Stored Sub Programs compared to Independent SQL Statements

2)    Stored Procedures

  1. a)    Creating , Altering and Dropping
  2. b)    Optional Parameters
  3. c)    Input and Output Parameters
  4. d)    Permissions on Stored Procedures

3)    User Defined Functions

  1. a)    Creating, Altering and Dropping
  2. b)    Types Of User Defined Functions
  3. i)    Scalar Functions
  4. ii)    Table Valued Functions

*    Inline Table Valued Functions

*    Multi Statement Table Valued Functions

  1. c)    Permissions On User Defined Functions



  1. a)    Purpose of Triggers
  2. b)    Differences Between Stored Procedures and User Defined Functions and Triggers
  3. c)    Creating, Altering and Dropping Triggers
  4. d)    Magic Tables
  5. e)    Instead Of Triggers


Exception Handling

  1. a)    Implementing Exception Handling
  2. b)    Adding and removing User Defined Error Messages To And From SQL Server Error Messages List
  3. c)    Raising Exceptions Manual


Backup and Restore Of Database

Attach and Detach of Database


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