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Formation et Cours en programmation SQL

Cours en programmation SQL en Français, Anglais et Néerlandais

Formation SQL

Day 1 : Manipulation dans une Table

- Demo SQL
- Présentation de SQL
- Installation
- Connection/Déconnexion
- Utilisation de SQL

Création d'une Table
- Syntaxe SQL
- Types et Objets SQL
- Création d'une table

Interrogation d'une base I
- Clause SELECT
- Clause FROM
- Condition WHERE
- Opérateurs AND/OR

Interrogation d'une base II
- Mot clés ORDER BY
- Clause INSERT
- Clause UPDATE
- Clause DELETE

Day 2: Manipulation dans plusieurs Tables

Création de Tables
- Conditions initiales
  - Contraintes
  - Clés primaires
  - Clés étrangères

Interrogation d'une base III
- Clause JOINT
- Clause UNION
- Clauses VIEWs
- Fonctions DATE

Fonctions SQL
- Les Fonctions SQL
- Fonction COUNT()
- Fonction AVG()
- Fonction SUM()
- Fonction MIN(); MAX()


A la fin de la formation, le participant pourra:

  • Créer des bases de données SQL
  • Insérer, modifier et effacer des données dans une table
  • Interroger une table pour récupérer les informations qui y seront contenus
  • Interroger plusieurs tables afin de croiser des informations stockées dans celles-ci
  • Utiliser des fonctions SQL pour un meilleur rendu des données brutes de la table


Formation Microsoft SQL Serveur

Module 1: Installing SQL Server 2008
This module explains how to install SQL Server 2008.
* Installing SQL Server 2008.

Lab : Installing SQL Server 2008

* Install a SQL Server.

After completing this module, students will be able to:

* Install a SQL Server 2008.
* Troubleshoot installation issues.

Module 2: Managing SQL Server 2008
This module explains how to use the standard tools for managing SQL Server installs.

* Managing SQL Server.
* Metadata Retrieval.

Lab : Managing SQL Server 2008

* Manage SQL Server Services.
* Use Dedicated Administrator Connection.
* Retrieve Metadata.

After completing this module, students will be able to:

* Use SQL Server Configuration Manager.
* Use SQL Server Management Studio.
* Use sqlcmd utility.
* Use Dedicated Administrator Connection.
* Use Powershell.
* Use system stored procedures.
* Use catalog views.
* Use dynamic management views.
* Use built-in functions.

Module 3: Database Management
This module explains how to create and manage databases.

* Managing Databases.

Lab : Database Management

* Create a Database.
* Delete a Database.

After completing this module, students will be able to:

* Describe various disk types such as SATA, SSD, SCSI.
* Describe storage solutions such as SAN.
* Describe common RAID levels.
* Describe the purpose of each system database.
* Modify and delete databases.
* Compress data at the row and page level.

Module 4: Security
This module explains how to administer security in SQL Server 2008.

* Overview of Security.
* Accessing SQL Server.
* Advanced Security.

Lab : Security

* Modify SQL Server Authentication Mode.
* Configure Permissions.

After completing this module, students will be able to:

* Describe Principals and Securables.
* Create schemas.
* Change the authentication mode of SQL Server.
* Create logins.
* Create database users.
* Create roles.
* Assign principals to roles.
* Understand impersonation and delegation.
* Create linked servers.

Module 5: Disaster Recovery
This module explains how to backup and restore data in SQL Server.

* Disaster Recovery Overview.
* Disaster Recovery Using Full Database Backups.
* Disaster Recovery Using Differential Database Backups.
* Disaster Recovery Using Transaction Log Backups.

Lab : Full Database Backups
Lab : Differential Database Backups
Lab : Transaction Log Backups

After completing this module, students will be able to:

* Perform a full database backup and restore.
* Perform a differential database backup and restore.
* Perform a transaction log backup and restore.
* Restore system databases.
* Rebuild system databases.
* Restore a page.
* Create database snapshots.

Module 6: Automation and Maintenance
This module explains how to automate routine administrative tasks and perform maintenance tasks to keep the database performing optimally.

* SQL Server Agent Automation.
* Advanced SQL Server Automation.
* Database Maintenance.

Lab : Automation and Maintenance

* Create a Job.
* Create an Alert.
* Export Data using the Import and Export Wizard.
* Create a Maintenance Plan.

After completing this module, students will be able to:

* Create jobs.
* Create alerts.
* Configure operators.
* Configure Database Mail.
* Configure SQL Server Agent security using predefined roles.
* Create a master and target server for multiserver administration.
* Check for corruption in a database.
* Import and export data to and from SQL Server and other sources.
* Create maintenance plans.

Module 7: Indexing
This module explains how to data is quickly retrieved using SQL Server indexes.

* Optimizing Data Retrieval.
* Types of Indexes.
* Creating, Altering, and Deleting Indexes.
* Index Maintenance.

Lab : Indexing

* Create Indexes.
* Remove Fragmentation.
* Delete Indexes.

After completing this module, students will be able to:

* Describe statistics and how the query optimizer uses them.
* Create clustered and nonclustered indexes.
* Create unique indexes.
* Modify and delete indexes.
* Create included indexes.
* Identify and remove fragmentation in an index.

Module 8: Monitoring and Performance Tuning
This module explains how to monitor activity within SQL Server and limit resources that are consumed by applications and users.

* Areas to Monitor.
* Monitoring Tools.
* Data Collection.
* Resource Governor.

Lab : Monitoring and Performance Tuning

* Create a SQL Server Profiler Trace.
* Create a Table from Trace Data.
* Identify Missing Indexes Using Database Engine Tuning Advisor.

After completing this module, students will be able to:

* Monitor SQL Server using SQL Server Profiler, Activity Monitor, and various logs.
* Create a server-side trace.
* Identify missing indexes using Database Engine Tuning Advisor.
* Configure data collection and upload.
* Limit resource usage with Resource Governor.

Module 9: Auditing SQL Server 2008

* Triggers.
* Service Broker and Event Notifications.
* Policy-Based Management.
* Change Data Capture.
* Change Tracking.
* SQL Server Audit.

Lab : Auditing SQL Server 2008

* Create a DDL Trigger.

After completing this module, students will be able to:

* Create DML and DDL triggers.
* Configure Service Broker.
* Create Event Notifications.
* Create a Policy.
* Configure change data capture and change tracking.
* Configure auditing.

Module 10: Upgrading to SQL Server 2008
This module explains how to successfully upgrade to SQL Server 2008.

* Pre-Upgrade Tasks.
* Upgrade Options.
* Post-Upgrade Tasks.

After completing this module, students will be able to:

* Understand upgrade options.
* Identify pre- and post-upgrade tasks.

MySQL Training

Relational Database Basics

  • Brief History of SQL
  • Relational Databases
  • Popular Databases
  • SQL Statements

Simple SELECTs with MySQL

  • Introduction to the Northwind Database
  • Some Basics
  • SELECTing All Columns in All Rows
  • Exploring the Tables
  • SELECTing Specific Columns
  • Sorting Records
  • The WHERE Clause and Operator Symbols
  • The WHERE Clause and Operator Words
  • Checking Multiple Conditions
  • Writing SELECTs with Multiple Conditions

Advanced SELECTs with MySQL

  • Calculated Fields
  • Aggregate Functions and Grouping
  • Built-in Data Manipulation Functions

Subqueries, Joins, and Unions with MySQL

  • Subqueries
  • Joins
  • Outer Joins
  • Unions

Inserting, Updating and Deleting Records with MySQL


Creating and Modifying Tables with MySQL

  • Creating Tables
  • Datatypes
  • Altering Tables
  • Renaming Tables
  • Dropping Tables

Views and Stored Procedures

  • Creating Views with MySQL
  • Dropping Views
  • Creating Stored Procedures
  • Benefits of Stored Procedures


Oracle SQL training

1. Relational Database concepts

  • Concept of database
  • Database Management Systems (DBMS)
  • Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMS)
  • SQL Engine
  • SQL vs. procedural code
  • Tables
  • Data types
  • Normalization
  • First normal form (1NF)
  • Primary and candidate keys
  • Limitations of 1NF
  • Second normal form (2NF)
  • Limitations of 2NF
  • Third normal form (3NF)
  • Boyce Codd normal form
  • Database schemes
  • Logical Data Model
  • Relationship types
  • Physical Data Model
  • Foreign key
  • Referential integrity
  • Introduction to queries

2. Selection Queries

  • Selecting: SELECT statement
  • Choosing columns and tables with SELECT
  • Filtering: WHERE statement
  • Alias
  • Logical operators: BETWEEN
  • Logical operators: ALL
  • Logical operators ANY
  • Logical operators: EXISTS and IN
  • Comparing EXISTS and IN
  • Logical operators: NOT
  • Logical operators: LIKE
  • Aggregate functions and GROUP BY
  • Counting: COUNT
  • Restricting: HAVING
  • Sorting: ORDER BY
  • Sub-queries
  • Set operations

3. Table creation and modification

  • Table creation
  • CREATE TABLE syntax
  • CREATE TABLE examples
  • ALTER TABLE syntax
  • ALTER TABLE examples
  • Introduction to Indexes
  • Indexes: advantages and disadvantages
  • Indexes: examples
  • When to create an index
  • Index creation and destruction
  • Views
  • Views creation and destruction
  • Remove a table: DROP
  • Remove table data: TRUNCATE

4. Using several tables: JOIN

  • Join types
  • Inner Join
  • Self Join
  • Inner Join limitations
  • Outer Joins
  • Left Join
  • Right Join
  • Full Join
  • Crossed Join and Union Join

5. Using Transactions

  • Integrity
  • Concurrence and locking
  • Transaction control
  • Transaction constraints

6. Stored Procedures and Triggers

  • Stored procedures
  • Advantages of using a stored procedure
  • Example of a store procedure
  • Triggers
  • Example of a trigger
  • Trigger with conditions
  • BLOB fields
  • Query optimization
  • General optimizations
  • Introduction to database security

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