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Part VII
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Query button on the top toolbar, or select the Query with Current Connection menu item from the File menu. A blank query pane should appear. In the database drop-down list at the top of the toolbar, select the database in which you want to run your T-SQL statements. 2. Type in the T-SQL script you want to execute. Notice that SQL Server Managment Studio color-codes the T-SQL statements for you. You can check the syntax of your T-SQL script by clicking the Parse button (the blue tick mark) on the toolbar. To run your T-SQL script, click the Execute button (red exclamation mark followed by Execute) or press F5 (Alt-x also works). When executing your T-SQL script, you can direct the Results to either text, a grid, or a file. This is done by choosing either the Results to Text (Ctrl-T shortcut), Results to Grid (Ctrl-D shortcut), or Results to File (Ctrl+Shift+F shortcut) button on the toolbar. Figure 30-36 shows the Results of a T-SQL query output to text. 3. You can save the resultset by right-clicking anywhere in the Results pane and choosing the Save Results As option. The type of file depends on the Results pane type. Note
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If you have executed your T-SQL query to a grid, you can also highlight cells of interest, copy them, and paste them into Microsoft Excel.
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Figure 30-36 An executed T-SQL statement.
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If you are unfamiliar or new to the T-SQL language, you can take advantage of the graphical Query Designer tool in SQL Server Managment Studio to build your T-SQL query graphically. To use the Query Designer, follow these steps: 1. Start SQL Server Management Studio and connect to your SQL Server instance. Navigate to the database and click on it in Object Explorer. Click the New Query button on the top toolbar, or select the Query with Current Connection menu item from the File menu. Right click on the Query pane in SQL Server Managment Studio and select the Design Query In Editor option. The Query Designer window appears with the Add Table dialog box to get you started. Figure 30-37 shows an example of the Add Table dialog box for the AdventureWorks database.
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Figure 30-37 Add Table dialog box.
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2. Add the tables, views, functions, and synonyms that your T-SQL query will be accessing through the Add button. Click the Close button when you're finished. The Query Designer should automatically link the tables together if foreign key constraints have been defined between the tables. You can make the window larger and resize the panes to fit the tables and get more details and select items graphically. You can link a tables together by dragging a field from the parent table to the child table. You can change the type of a join that your query will use by right clicking the links between the tables. Figure 30-38 shows an example of a query within the AdventureWorks database accessing the [HumanResources].[Employee], [HumanResources].[EmployeeAddress], [Person].[Address], [Person].[Contact] and [Person].[StateProvince] tables. 3. Select the fields that your query will use by checking the appropriate check boxes. The query designer automatically starts to construct the query for you in the bottom pane. Figure 30-39 shows an example based on the tables chosen in the previous step.
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Part VII
Performance Tuning and Troubleshooting
Figure 30-38 Query Designer windows with tables.
Figure 30-39 Selecting columns in Query Designer window.
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Using Profiler, Management Studio, and Database Engine Tuning Advisor
4. You can also type in column names or expressions into the Column column. To order the results, modify the Sort Type and Sort Order columns. To restrict the records to be returned, type in a value or expression into the Filter and subsequent Or columns. Sometimes, it is easier to modify the T-SQL statement directly in the bottom pane. Figure 30-40 shows an example of a completed query against the AdventureWorks database. 5. Once you have completed your T-SQL statement, click the OK button to return to SQL Server Managment Studio environment.
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