Advanced Transact-SQL (T-SQL) : Stored Procedures |Functions


Language: English
Created by: Bluelime Learning Solutions
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What you’ll learn

  • Understand and write Aggregate Functions
  • Understand and write Analytic Functions
  • Understand and write SET Operators
  • Understand and use Stored Procedures
  • Understand and write RANK Functions
  • Understand and use Convert Function
  • Understand and use Substring Function
  • Understand and use Case expressions
  • Use Transact-SQL Comments


  • You should have a basic knowledge of SQL
  • You should have a basic knowledge of Transact-SQL (T-SQL)
  • Basic working knowledge of SQL Server Management Studio


Transact-SQL is also popularly refereed to as T-Sequel .This is Microsoft’s own implementation of the international Structural Query Language (SQL).
This course assumes you have some basic knowledge of SQL or T-SQL and will provide you with more advanced knowledge of Transact-SQL (T-SQL). I will be using the latest free version of Microsoft SQL Server 2017 Express edition and a sample adventureworks 2014 database. We will be installing and using SQL Server Management Studio as part of the SQL Server Express edition 2017

The course focuses on writing and advanced queries  that can be used with T-SQL
in SQL Server 2012, 2014 and 2016 and 2017.
In this course you will learn the details and capabilities of using various types of functions
like aggregate,analytic and ranking . You will also learn
about stored procdures and how to create ,modify and delete them. I will also be showing you how to use SET operators.

What You Will Learn in this course includes:

Installing  Microsoft SQL Server Express 2017
Downloading and attaching sample database
Using Convert function
Using Substring function
Using Cast function
Using Round Function
Using Case expression
Aggregate Functions
Analytic functions
SET operators
Stored Procedure
Ranking functions

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone with basic knowledge of SQL
  • Anyone with basic knowledge of Transact- SQL (T-SQL)

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