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SQL Server 2005 installed. A connection to a SQL Server 2005 instance in SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS). The AdventureWorks database installed.
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Working with Transact-SQL
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Adam Machanic In my work as a database consultant, I am frequently asked by clients to review queries that aren t performing well. More often than not, the problem is simple: Whoever wrote the query clearly did not understand how Transact-SQL works or how best to use it to solve problems. Transact-SQL is a fairly simple language; writing a basic query requires knowledge of only four keywords! Yet many developers don t spend the time to understand it, and they end up writing less-than-desirable code. If you feel like your query is getting more complex than it should be, it probably is. Take a step back and rethink the problem. The key to creating well-performing Transact-SQL queries is to think in terms of sets instead of row-by-row operations, as you would in a procedural system.
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Lesson 1: Querying Data
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Lesson 1: Querying Data
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Data in a database would not be very useful if you could not get it back out in a desired format. One of the main purposes of Transact-SQL is to enable database developers to write queries to return data in many different ways. In this lesson, you will learn various methods of querying data by using TransactSQL, including some of the more advanced options that you can use to more easily get data back from your databases.
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After this lesson, you will be able to:
Determine which tables to use in the query. Determine which join types to use. Determine the columns to return. Create subqueries. Create queries that use complex criteria. Create queries that use aggregate functions. Create queries that format data by using the PIVOT and UNPIVOT operators. Create queries that use Full-Text Search (FTS). Limit returned results by using the TABLESAMPLE clause.
Estimated lesson time: 35 minutes
Determining Which Tables to Use in the Query
The foundations of any query are the tables that contain the data needed to satisfy the request. Therefore, your first job when writing a query is to carefully decide which tables to use in the query. A database developer must ensure that queries use as few tables as possible to satisfy the data requirements. Joining extra tables can cause performance problems, making the server do more work than is necessary to return the data to the data consumer. Avoid the temptation of creating monolithic, do-everything queries that can be used to satisfy the requirements of many different parts of the application or that return data from additional tables just in case it might be necessary in the future. For instance, some developers are tempted to create views that join virtually every table in the database to simplify data access code in the application layer. Instead, you should
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carefully partition your queries based on specific application data requirements, returning data only from the tables that are necessary. Should data requirements change in the future, you can modify the query to include additional tables. By choosing only the tables that are needed, database developers can create more maintainable and better-performing queries.
Determining Which Join Types to Use
When working with multiple tables in a query, you join the tables to one another to produce tabular output result sets. You have two primary choices for join types when working in Transact-SQL: inner joins and outer joins. Inner joins return only the data that satisfies the join condition; nonmatching rows are not returned. Outer joins, on the other hand, let you return nonmatching rows in addition to matching rows. Inner joins are the most straightforward to understand. The following query uses an inner join to return all columns from both the Employee and EmployeeAddress tables. Only rows that exist in both tables with the same value for the EmployeeId column are returned:
SELECT * FROM HumanResources.Employee AS E INNER JOIN HumanResources.EmployeeAddress AS EA ON E.EmployeeId = EA.EmployeeId
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