Figure 4-7 Tables in the View Designer in VS .NET

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Figure 4-7 Tables in the View Designer
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5 Now we ll select the columns we re interested in It s important to select them in the order we want them to appear in the select list a In the Contact(Person) table, click the LastName and FirstName columns b In the SalesOrderHeader(Sales) table, click the CustomerID and TotalDue columns Notice that two things have occurred as you ve selected columns:
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The columns are added into the column list pane in the center The SELECT statement is being built in the lower pane
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TIP The View Designer has four panes The top pane with the tables added is called the Diagram pane The next pane with the selected columns listed is the Criteria pane The third pane where the SELECT statement is being built is the SQL pane Last, the Results pane displays your result set when the query is executed 6 Add aliases to your column list: a In the Alias column next to LastName, enter Last Name and press ENTER Notice that it adds brackets around Last Name since there is a space Observe how the SELECT statement changes b In the Alias column next to FirstName, enter First Name c In the Alias column next to CustomerID, enter Customer Number d In the Alias column next to TotalDue, enter Order total
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Your display should look similar to Figure 4-8
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Figure 4-8 Building a SELECT statement in the View Designer window
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7 Now we ll test this SELECT statement There are two ways to do so First we ll run it in the View Designer GUI Click the red exclamation mark (the Execute SQL button) on the menu bar as shown in Figure 4-9
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Figure 4-9 The Execute SQL button in the View Designer toolbar
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8 We can also copy the query and paste it into any application where we want to run the query: a Click in the pane holding the SELECT statement, and press CTRL-A to select it all b Press CTRL-C to copy the SELECT statement to the clipboard c Open a New Query window by clicking the New Query button If necessary, click Connect to connect to the default instance of your server d Press CTRL-V to paste your script into the New Query window e Notice the database that is currently being referenced in the New Query window is the Master database This is in the Available Database drop-down list left of the Execute button on the toolbar, as seen in Figure 4-10
Figure 4-10 Selecting a different database in SSMS
f Click the Execute button to execute the query You receive an error message because the objects referenced do not exist in the Master database g Use the Available Database drop-down list and select AdventureWorks as in Figure 4-10 Click the Execute button to execute the query This should be successful h Select the Master database again from the drop-down list At the beginning of your query, add the following phrase to the beginning of your script:
USE AdventureWorks
i Run your query again Notice the database changes from Master to AdventureWorks and the query runs successfully 9 Modify your query in the View Designer window to order the result set by LastName and FirstName: a Switch to the View Designer window In the Criteria pane, in the Sort Order column, in the LastName row, enter 1 as the Sort Order Notice the Sort Type defaults to Ascending and the ORDER BY clause is added to your SELECT statement Your display should look similar to Figure 4-11 b In the Sort Order column, in the FirstName row, enter 2 as the Sort Order This causes the result set to be ordered by LastName, and for any results that have the same LastName, the results will be ordered by FirstName also Notice also that the ORDER BY clause has been added c Execute the query
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