Microsoft Access SQL For Beginners

Microsoft Access SQL For Beginners

Microsoft Access SQL For Beginners

Build SQL Queries with Microsoft Access SQL

Language: english

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Instructor(s): Bluelime Learning Solutions

Last update: 2022-05-06

What you’ll learn

  • Perform CRUD Operations
  • Create databases and tables
  • Create table with SQL
  • Insert data into tables with SQL
  • Update data in a table with SQL
  • Delete data in a table with SQL
  • Use aggregate functions to calculate values in a table
  • Filter data with WHERE clause
  • Order data with ORDER BY Clause
  • Use Aliases when building SQL Queries
  • Remove duplicate values from query results
  • Retrieve data using SELECT Statements
  • Filter data with various operators

 

Requirements

  • Basic knowledge of database concept advised
  • Basic knowledge of excel concept advised

 

Description

Microsoft Access is a database management system from Microsoft that combines the relational Access Database Engine with a graphical user interface and software-development tools. It is a member of the Microsoft 365 suite of applications, included in the Professional and higher editions or sold separately.

When you want to retrieve data from a database, you ask for the data by using Structured Query Language, or SQL. SQL is a computer language that closely resembles English, but that database programs understand. Every query that you run uses SQL behind the scenes.  Understanding how SQL works can help you create better queries, and can make it easier for you to understand how to fix a query that is not returning the results that you want.

SQL is a computer language for working with sets of facts and the relationships between them. Relational database programs, such as Microsoft Office Access, use SQL to work with data. Unlike many computer languages, SQL is not difficult to read and understand, even for a novice. Like many computer languages, SQL is an international standard that is recognized by standards bodies such as ISO and ANSI.

You use SQL to describe sets of data that can help you answer questions. When you use SQL, you must use the correct syntax. Syntax is the set of rules by which the elements of a language are correctly combined.

 

Who this course is for

  • Beginners to SQL
  • Beginners to Access SQL

 

Course content

  • Access Database Setup
    • Introduction
    • What is Microsoft Access
    • How to get Microsoft Access
    • Database Concepts
    • Installing Northwind Database
    • Entity Relationship Diagram
  • Querying Access Database
    • Using SQL SELECT Statement
    • SQL SELECT DISTINCT
    • SQL Aliases
    • Filtering Data Using WHERE Clause
    • Sorting data using ORDER BY
    • Filtering data with AND Operator
    • Filtering data with OR Operator
    • Filtering data with AND | OR Operator
    • Filtering data with IN Operator
    • Filtering a range of value with BETWEEN Operator
    • Filter records with SELECT TOP
    • Checking for NULL values
  • Perform CRUD Operations
    • What us CRUD
    • Create database and table with access designer
    • Create table with SQL
    • Insert data into tables
    • Update data in table
    • Delete data in table
  • Aggregate Functions
    • Introduction to aggregate functions
    • AVG Function
    • MIN Function
    • MAX Function
    • COUNT Function
    • SUM Function

 

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