Discover SQL Server data manipulation language (DML) processes. Learn how to insert, update, and delete data from a database.
Formally, a data manipulation language (DML) deals with the manipulation of data present in a relational database. English, please? Simply put, DML commands empower you to control the information inside your database. This online course covers the MS SQL Server DML and is a great starting point for SQL beginners and aspiring database administrators (DBAs).
If you think SQL ends with SELECT statements, you’re wrong. You can go beyond simple queries and take your skills to a whole new level by exploring the SQL Server DML.
Ever heard of CRUD? That’s an acronym for the most important part of DML operations. This course explains the meaning of CRUD and helps you become a proficient database user.
In this interactive course, you’ll complete 79 exercises on DML statements in SQL Server. You’ll not only learn about INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE but also find out how to combine these statements with NULLs and JOINs.
Do you know that INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE commands also work with DEFAULT? In this course, you’ll learn how modify data using default values of columns. These statements also deal with auto-filling values. Thus, you’ll also gain valuable skills in using IDENTITY, SEQUENCE, and the NEWID() function for auto-generated values and learn how use them with INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE statements.
Unlock your full SQL potential and take your skills to a higher level. You have at least 79 reasons (read: exercises) to do it! ;-)
Just a web browser and an Internet connection.
Learn the basic data manipulation operations in SQL Server: INSERT, UPDATE and DELETE
Practice advanced version of data manipulation operations in SQL Server. Get to know how to return rows from INSERT, UPDATE and DELETE with OUTPUT clause.
Inserting and updating NULLs
Using values from another column
Return rows in INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE
Learn how database can automatically fill certain values. Get to know how you can use auto-filling features in INSERT, UPDATE and DELETE.
How to auto-generate values in a database
Learn how you can refer to other tables in INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE operations in SQL Server.
Referring to other tables
INSERT, UPDATE and DELETE with JOIN
INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE with subqueries