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Microsoft SQL Server Developer Training in Chennai

Learn how to use Microsoft SQL Server from beginner level to advanced techniques which is taught by experienced working professionals. With our Microsoft SQL Server Training in Chennai you’ll learn concepts in expert level with practical manner.

Microsoft SQL Server is a relational database management system developed by Microsoft. As a database server, it is a software product with the primary function of storing and retrieving data as requested by other software applications which may run either on the same computer or on another computer across a network (including the Internet).Microsoft markets at least a dozen different editions of Microsoft SQL Server, aimed at different audiences and for workloads ranging from small single-machine applications to large Internet-facing applications with many concurrent users.SQL Server uses as its primary query languages T-SQL and ANSI SQL

Course Name Microsoft SQL Server
Category Database Developer
Venue Greens Technologies
Official URL Microsoft SQL Server
Demo Classes At Your Convenience
Training Methodology 10% Theory & 90% Practical
Course Duration 30-40 Hours
Class Availability Weekdays & Weekends
For Demo Class Email ID -

Microsoft SQL Server Training Syllabus

Introduction to Microsoft SQL Server

    SQL Server 2008 Overview

    • Availability and Scalability Features
    • Security Features
    • Data Management Features
    • Administration and Maintenance Features
    • Development Features
    • To enable SQLiMail
    • Testing mail delivery

    Installing and Configuring SQL Server 2008

    • SQL Server 2008 Editions
    • Installing Microsoft SQL Server
    • System Requirements
    • Preparing for a SQL 2008 Installation
    • Installation Checklist
    • Setup Features
    • Using the System Consistency Checker
    • Component Install
    • Unattended Installation
    • Upgrading from previous versions of SQL Server
    • To verify the Installation
    • Administrative Tools

    SQL Server Management Studio and other tools

    • Management Studio Windows
    • Registered Servers
    • Object Explorer
    • Review Database Objects
    • Modify Database Properties
    • Create Database Scripts
    • The Maintenance Plans Node
    • Solution Explorer
    • Query Editor

    Upgrading to SQL Server Computer Manager

    • SQL Server 2008 Services node
    • SQL Server 2008 Network Configuration node
    • SQL Server 2008 Native Client Configuration node
    • The SQLCMD Management Utility
    • SQLCMD Syntax
    • SQLCMD Variables
    • Dedicated Administrative Connection
    • SQL Server Management Studio SQLCMD Mode
    • Using SQL Management Objects
    • BCP in and out with Format files and Bulk Insert
    • Import Export Wizard

    Monitoring the Database Server

    • Managing Metadata Views
    • Metadata Storage
    • System Views
    • Information Schema
    • Catalog Views
    • Sys All
    • Dynamic Management Views
    • System Stored Procedures

    Database and Index Maintenance

    • Index Management
    • New Index Features
    • Creating Indexes
    • Online Index Maintenance
    • Parallel (multiple CPU) Index Operations
    • Lock Options
    • Included Columns in Indexes
    • Partitioned Tables and Indexes
    • Altering an Index
    • Rebuilding an Index
    • Reorganising an Index
    • Disabling an Index
    • Dropping an Index
    • Index Fragmentation
    • Using the Database Tuning Advisor

    Securing SQL Server 2008

    • Implementing Securables
    • New Security Features
    • Principals
    • Securables
    • Permissions
    • Permission Types
    • Managing Logins
    • Managing Users
    • Managing Schemas
    • Schema Definition
    • Using Schemas
    • Managing Execution Context
    • Managing Permissions
    • Manage Server Permissions
    • Manage Server-Scope Securable Permissions
    • Manage Database Permissions
    • Manage Database-Scope Securable Permissions
    • Managing Certificates
    • Native Data Encryption
    • TDE
    • Code and Module Signing
    • SQL Server Auditing

    SQL Server Backup & Recovery

    • Disaster Recovery
    • SQL 2008 Disaster Recovery Feature
    • Enhanced Features
    • Database Snapshots
    • Creating a Snapshot
    • Common Snapshot Applications
    • Undeleting table rows
    • Undoing a table update
    • Recovering a dropped object
    • Backup and Restore concept and types
    • Backup and Restore options
    • Media Integrity Changes
    • Recovering the MASTER Database
    • Create a mirrored backup

    Database Availability

    • SQL Server 2008 Data Availability
    • Server Clustering concepts
    • Failover of SQL Server Cluster
    • Logshipping concept and setup
    • Database Mirroring
    • The Witness Server and Automatic Failover
    • Configuring Database Mirroring
    • Transaction Safety Level
    • High Availability Operating Mode
    • High Protection Operating Mode
    • High Performance Operating Mode
    • Monitoring Mirroring
    • Database States for Database Mirroring
    • Comparison between Logshipping and mirroring

    Replicating Information

    • Replication concept
    • Distributor Administration
    • Creating and Managing Publications and setting up of various types of replication
    • Subscribing to a Publication
    • Transforming Published Data
    • Managing Replication Monitors
    • Distributed query and transaction
    • Distributed Transaction Coordinator Service
    • Managing Linked Servers

    SQL Server 2008 Integration Services (Optional)

    • Creating the Database Objects
    • Creating a Package Using Business Intelligence Studio
    • Integration Services Project Template
    • OLE DB Command object
    • Column Mappings
    • Adding a Data Viewer

    Monitoring and Performance

    • SQL Server Profiler
    • Optimal Data Storage
    • Windows Perfmon Monitors
    • DMV’s
    • Diagnostic Tools
    • Query Analyzer
    • Database Engine Tuning Advisor
    • Index Optimisation
    • Partitioned Indexes
    • Lock optimsation
    • Struts 2: the modern web application framework

      • Web applications: a quick study
      • Frameworks for web applications
      • The Struts 2 framework
      • Saying hello to Struts 2

        • Declarative architecture
        • A quick hello
        • HelloWorld using annotations

        Working with Struts 2 actions

        • Introducing Struts 2 actions
        • Packaging your actions
        • Implementing actions
        • Transferring data onto objects
        • File uploading: a case study

        Adding workflow with interceptors

        • Why intercept requests
        • Interceptors in action
        • Surveying the built-in Struts 2 interceptors
        • Declaring interceptors
        • Building your own interceptor

        Data transfer: OGNL and type conversion

        • Data transfer and type conversion: common tasks of the web application domain
        • OGNL and Struts 2
        • Built-in type converters
        • Customizing type conversion

        Building a view: tags

        • Getting started
        • An overview of Struts tags
        • Data tags
        • Control tags
        • Miscellaneous tags
        • Using JSTL and other native tags
        • A brief primer for the OGNL expression language

        UI component tags

        • Why we need UI component tags
        • Tags, templates, and themes
        • UI Component tag reference

        Results in detail

        • Life after the action
        • Commonly used result types
        • JSP alternatives
        • Global results

        Integrating with Spring and Hibernate/JPA

        • Why use Spring with Struts 2
        • Adding Spring to Struts 2
        • Why use the Java Persistence API with Struts 2

        Exploring the validation framework

        • Getting familiar with the validation framework
        • Wiring your actions for validation
        • Writing a custom validator
        • Validation framework advanced topics

        Understanding internationalization

        • The Struts 2 framework and Java i18n
        • A Struts 2 i18n demo
        • Struts 2 i18n: the details
        • Overriding the framework's default locale determination

        Extending Struts 2 with plug-ins

        • Plug-in overview
        • Common plug-ins
        • Internal component system
        • Writing a breadcrumb plug-in

        Migration from Struts Classic

        • Translating Struts Classic knowledge
        • Converting by piecemeal

        Advanced topics

        • Advanced action usage
        • Dynamic method invocation
        • Using tokens to prevent duplicate form submits
        • Displaying wait pages automatically
        • A single action for CRUD operations
        • Tiles and Struts 2

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