This course provides a comprehensive introducion to developing applications using Microsoft SQL Server 2012. Delegates will take full advantage of the powerful new development features with TSQL and the common language runtime. In addition the course explores native XML support, SQL Server as a Web Services platform, ADO/ADO.NET enhancements and the new suite of built-in application server capabilities.
This course has been developed for real-world, commercial scenarios by our expert instructors. See below for detailed syllabus. If you have a technical question, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
What you will learn
1. Utilisation of the new Management Studio and associated tools.
2. Confidence to program database objects in TSQL.
3. Use extensive new TSQL features.
4. Exploit native XML data support, including the new XQuery feature
5. Work with Visual Studio tools and the Common Language Runtime to create managed procedures and types.
6. Deliver functional Web Services with HTTP Endpoints
7. Use ADO.NET for new data access capabilities, including asynchronous commands.
Exercises during the course demonstrate and illustrate each of the development features, including:
1. Exploring the new Management Studio IDE.
2. The programming basics of TSQL, Stored Procedures, Views, User Defined Functions and Triggers.
3. TSQL Enhancements.
4 Using and Querying native XML data.
5. Implement asynchronous messaging with the Service Broker.
6. Build an HTTP Endpoint application
7. Using ADO.NET features.
8. Building and calling .NET managed procedures and types.
SQL Server Application Development / TSQL / Stored Procedures Training UK
SQL Server 2012 Overview
Programming with Transact SQL (TSQL) - the Basics
Control of Flow Statements
Updating Through Views
Programming Stored Procedures
Programming User Defined Functions
Scalar, Inline Table and Multi-Statement
Data Manipulation in UDFs
Monitoring your SQL Server
Data Definition Language Triggers
DDL Event Notifications
Messaging with the SQL Server 2012 Service Broker
Service Broker Example
Using SQL Server 2012 Integration Services (SSIS)
Work Flow and Data Flow
XML Data Type
FOR XML Enhancements
Web Services and HTTP Endpoints
Web Services Architecture
Native HTTP Support
HTTP Endpoint Declaration
XML Input/Output Types
Programming with Notification Services
Instance and Configuration Files
Coding SQL Server with .NET
Enabling the .NET CLR
Creating Managed Stored Procedures
Creating Managed UDFs
Creating Managed Triggers
Building SQL 2012 Client Applications
ADO.NET Client Development
SQL Management Objects
Managing SQL Server
Programming SQL 2012 Reporting Services