1. How will the Introduction to Microsoft SQL Databases (MS-10985) certification training benefit me in my current job role?
- The Introduction to Microsoft SQL Databases (MS-10985) certification training course is aimed at people looking to move into a database professional role or whose job role is expanding to encompass database elements.
- Provide value added skills and expertise to excel seamlessly and robustly in your job role along with the confidence of being product specialist.
- Provide a real-world, hands-on practical approach for you to apply the knowledge and skills learned in the course.
- Provide on-the-job reference material to boost knowledge and skills retention.
2. What is Relational Database?
A relational database consists of tables, each of which contains rows of data organized by columns, in an arrangement like a spreadsheet. Each table is related to one or more of the other tables in the database—for example, a table that contains customer information might relate to a table that contains information about orders. This relationship is based on the real-world fact that customers place orders.
3. What is a Schema?
When you create a table in a SQL Server database, you can specify a schema for the table as part of the CREATE TABLE statement. A schema is a namespace that represents a logical container for tables. For example, you could create a schema called Product, and then create all product-related tables in that schema.
4. What is SQL in a database?
SQL (pronounced "ess-que-el") stands for Structured Query Language. ... SQL statements are used to perform tasks such as update data on a database, or retrieve data from a database. Some common relational database management systems that use SQL are: Oracle, Sybase, Microsoft SQL Server, Access, Ingres, etc.
5. What is SQL basics?
SQL is a database computer language designed for the retrieval and management of data in a relational database. SQL stands for Structured Query Language. ... It covers most of the topics required for a basic understanding of SQL and to get a feel of how it works.
6. What is a Stored Procedure?
A stored procedure is a SQL Server database object that encapsulates a Transact-SQL statement. Unlike views, which only encapsulate SELECT statements, stored procedure definitions can include a wider range of Transact-SQL statements, such as UPDATE, INSERT, and DELETE statements, as well as SELECT statements. Furthermore, you can include procedural logic in Transact-SQL statements in stored procedures—this provides the flexibility to help you to implement complex business rules.