MS SQL with C

Learn C#, MS SQL Server, Ms SQL Backup & Recovery, how to connect C# to SQL and more with this comprehensive SQL course
MS SQL with C
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16.38 GB
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25h 3m

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Oak Academy

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Last updated 11/2022

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MS SQL with C

What you’ll learn

If you’re a fan of database learning and keen to work as a database administrator, analyst, or data scientist, starting with a solid foundational SQL course
If you really want to develop real-world applications with C #, you need to support it with a database.
You can connect your C# application to data in a SQL Server database using the .NET Framework Data Provider for SQL Server.
The labs/assignments were designed perfectly to test all the knowledge which is gained in the lectures.
C# and other .Net languages can work together with most databases but most commonly pair with MS SQL
Learn how to connect C# to SQL
There are SO MANY types of database jobs you can do with SQL alone, and another programming language only adds more strings to your bow.
There are plenty of instances in which you might want to use SQL with C#, making the pairing a strong choice for students of SQL!
Beautiful coding techniques
Fundamentals of C#
Conditional statements
Create and usage of Arrays
Create and usage of Methods
Debug C# applications
Apply OOP Concepts using C#
How to use Visual Studio efficiently
What objects, classes, fields, properties, methods and constructors are in detail
How to use static, partial and nested classes
How you can utilize abstract, sealed, virtual and overridden classes and members to build robust applications
How to develop Console and Windows Forms Applications
Start learning from scratch and learn about every MS SQL Server topic with examples
Learn SQL basics with SSMS (SQL Server Management Studio)
U​se SQL commands to filter, sort and manipulate strings, dates numerical data from different sources
Retrieving data from database with different scenarios
You will also learn SQL transactions and transaction commands
How to make very simply a BACKUP and a RESTORE
Discuss the BACKUP LOGS and DIFFERENTIAL BACKUP, and implement them in your BACKUP strategy.
How is the backup strategy determined? What should be considered?
What is the recovery model? What are the differences between Full, Bulked Logged and Simple recover model?
What is a full backup? Why does every backup have to start with a full backup?
SQL Server is a relational database management system or RDBMS created and developed by Microsoft.
SQL Server Management Studio is desktop software designed to connect to Microsoft relational database management systems, including Microsoft SQL Server
The lectures were short so you do not lose focus and get bored and were easy to understand.
When I started this course I had no knowledge of SQL, but now I can claim I have all the basics to further succeed.
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MS SQL with C

Requirements

No Pre-Requisites – I will explain everything about microsoft sql server with c#
Basic computer knowledge
Computer with access to the internet
C# Visual Studio – You can use any version of Visual Studio
Nothing else! It’s just you, your computer and your ambition to get started today
LIFETIME ACCESS, course updates, new content, anytime, anywhere, on any device.
No prior knowledge of ms sql ( mssql ) is required
Desire to learn C # in Oak Academy
No c# sql programming coding knowledge required!
Determination to learn and patience for complete c#
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Description

Hello there,Welcome to the Complete “MS SQL with C#” course.Learn C#, MS SQL Server, Ms SQL Backup & Recovery, how to connect C# to SQL, and more with this comprehensive SQL course.Are you looking for the right language to complete SQL depending on your interests, work demands, or career aspirations?If you really want to develop real-world applications with C #, you need to support it with a database. C# and other .Net languages can work together with most databases but most commonly pair MS SQL.In this course, you will learn the programming language and database. The most important reason why we want to prepare this course is that other courses only cover half of the event. You can connect your C# application to data in a SQL Server database using the .NET Framework Data Provider for SQL Server. The first step in a C# application is to create an instance of the Server object and to establish its connection to an instance of Microsoft SQL Server.When I started this course I had no knowledge of SQL, but now I can claim I have all the basics to further succeed. The lectures were short so you do not lose focus and get bored and were easy to understand. The labs/assignments were designed perfectly to test all the knowledge which is gained in the lectures.Not only will you learn MS SQL, but you will also go beyond and master Backup and Recovery. Thanks to this course, you will be one step ahead in your professional life.One of the topics we will see in our course OOP, Object-oriented programming, is the foundation of many current application developments. approaches. Interfaces and principles of object-oriented programming are crucial. It does not important whether you want to use C# to build web apps, mobile apps, games, or understanding C# classes if you want to succeed with clean coding, agile, and design patterns, you have to master OOP.Microsoft SQL Server is a relational database management system developed by Microsoft which is the database we will be learning during the course. As a database server, it is a software product with the primary function of storing and retrieving data as requested by other software applications. SQL is the standard language for Relation Database Systems. All relational database management systems like SQL Server, MySQL, MS Access, Oracle, Sybase, and others use SQL as the standard database language. SQL is used to communicate with a database.Backup and Recovery are very important for those who want to progress in the database. Because one of the most important roles of a database administrator is to constantly protect the integrity of the databases and maintain the ability to recover quickly in case of a failure. In light of this, it’s critically important to have a backup-and-recovery strategy in place in order to be ready for an emergency.In this course, you will make an excellent introduction to learning C# and SQL with MS Management Studio which allows to manage database and retrieve data from the database with a graphical interface.We are going to start to learn from the basics and step by step we will be building our knowledge.In this course, we use interactive programming techniques; which means we will be building applications together and furthermore there will have lots of home-works to be done, of course, followed by answers. There will be lots of tips and tricks regarding beautiful and efficient coding techniques.All my students will have a chance to learn not only the whats but also learn the whys and hows.What you will learn?C# Programming and Features of C#Visual Studio IDEConsole ApplicationVariablesPrimitive Types and Non-Primitive TypesFlow Control ExpressionsArrays and ListsError Handling and DebuggingFunctionsReading FileWriting to FileDateTimeIntroduction to Object-Oriented ProgrammingClass Structure in DetailWindows Forms ApplicationsSystem Input OutputClass HierarchiesEvent-Driven ProgrammingException Handlingms sqlmssqlc#c# sqlsqlms sql serverms sql serverc# and sqloak academysql with c#c# sql servermicrosoft sqlssrsMicrosoft sql serverTips and TricksHow to install and setup these requirements.You will learn the basics of SQL such as data, database, DBMS or SSMS, SQL, tables, and so on.Database normalization,Manipulating data,Retrieving data from the database with different scenarios,You will also learn SQL transactions and transaction commands,Schema and schema objects andUser privileges, permission commands, and roles.What is the recovery model? What are the differences between the Full, Bulked Logged, and Simple recover model?What is a full backup? Why does every backup have to start with a full backup?What is a differential backup? what is it used for?What is a transaction log backup? what does it doHow do we reinstall if the database is completely deleted?How do we return the database to a specific time?ms sql mssql c# c# sql sql ms sql server ms sql with c# sql c# sql server c# and sql oak academy c# sql server mssql server sql with c# ms-sql-with-c c# mssql ms sql with c c# ms sql sql and c# sql with c# ms sql c# ms sql with c c# ms sql sql and c# c# with sql ms sql c# sql server c# database design sql server with c# c sharp c# and sql server c# and ms sql mssql c# c# with mssql n tier architecture oak csharp microsoft sql server c# oopIf you’re doing well with your SQL learning or simply want to kill two birds with one stone, picking up another programming language is a great idea. A complementary skill will only increase your programming and database abilities and your employability in the future.Do not forget!There are SO MANY types of database jobs you can do with SQL and C#alone, and another programming language only adds more strings to your bow.Why would you want to take this course?Our answer is simple: The quality of teaching.When you enroll, you will feel our seasoned developers’ expertise.No prior knowledge is needed!It doesn’t need any prior knowledge to learn it and it is easy to understand for beginners.This course starts with the very basics. First, you will learn how to install the tools, some terminology. Then the show will start and you will learn everything with hands-on practice. I’ll also teach you the best practices and shortcuts.Step-by-Step Way, Simple and Easy With ExercisesBy the end of the course, you’ll have a firm understanding of the C# and SQL. You will have valuable insights on how things work under the hood and you’ll also be very confident in the basics of coding and game development, and hungry to learn more. The good news is since the Free and popular tools are used you don’t need to buy any tool or application.What is C# ?C# (pronounced see-sharp) is a general-purpose, object-oriented programming language. It was designed as a multi-paradigm programming language by Microsoft in around 2000 as part of its .NET initiative. The .NET framework and .NET applications are multi-platform applications that you can use with programming languages such as C++, C#, Visual Basic, and COBOL. C# is open-source and was designed to be simple yet modern, flexible yet powerful, and versatile yet easy to learn and program with. Many programming languages in the past were designed for specific purposes. C# was developed with business and enterprise needs in mind. By providing functionality to support modern-day software development such as web applications, mobile, and response app needs, C# supports many features of modern-day programming languages. That includes generics, var types.What is SQL Server?SQL Server is a relational database management system or RDBMS created and developed by Microsoft. Designed to store and retrieve data for other software applications using the client-server model– these applications connect to SQL Server through a network or the Internet with multiple applications using the same data. One SQL Server instance can also manage one or more relational databases. Relational databases store data in tables that can relate to each other. For example, data for business customers get stored in one table relating to another table that stores orders. Applications that connect to Microsoft SQL Server retrieve, store, and delete data using Structured Query Language (SQL). SQL Server is available for Windows and Linux.What is SQL Server Management Studio?SQL Server Management Studio is desktop software designed to connect to Microsoft relational database management systems, including Microsoft SQL Server, Azure SQL Database, and Azure Synapse Analytics. SQL Server Management Studio is an integrated database development tool that database architects, database developers, and software engineers can use to access, configure, manage, administer, and develop databases on any one of these database systems. It simplifies database management by providing graphical design tools and rich script editors that allow database developers to visualize an entire database or multiple databases from a single application. SQL Server Management Studio only runs on the Microsoft Windows operating system but can connect to database instances running on either Windows or Linux.Video and Audio Production QualityAll our videos are created/produced as high-quality video and audio to provide you the best learning experience.You will be,Seeing clearlyHearing clearlyMoving through the course without distractionsYou’ll also get:Lifetime Access to The CourseFast & Friendly Support in the Q&A sectionUdemy Certificate of Completion Ready for DownloadDive in now.We offer full support, answering any questions.See you in the MS SQL with C# course!

Overview

Section 1: What You Will Learn in C# For Complete Beginners Section

Lecture 1 Here is the C# Course Program

Lecture 2 No experience on C#? Don`t Worry!

Lecture 3 C# .NET Framework

Lecture 4 C# Project Files and Course Documents

Lecture 5 FAQ regarding C#

Section 2: Set Up Visual Studio

Lecture 6 Development Environments

Lecture 7 How To Install Visual Studion On Windows?

Lecture 8 How To Install Visual Studion On Mac?

Lecture 9 Here is The Source Codes For All The Projects

Lecture 10 FAQ about sql and c#

Section 3: Console Environment

Lecture 11 What is console App?

Lecture 12 Functions Used in Console Environment to Write and Read

Lecture 13 Read&Radline

Section 4: Variables

Lecture 14 What Is Variables?

Lecture 15 Type Conversions in Variables

Section 5: Windows Form

Lecture 16 Introduction to Windows Form

Lecture 17 Review Necessary Windows

Lecture 18 Review Form Properties

Section 6: Review Objects in Toolbox

Lecture 19 Using MessageBox

Lecture 20 Button

Lecture 21 Label

Lecture 22 Textbox

Lecture 23 Groupbox

Lecture 24 Radiobutton

Lecture 25 Checbox in c sharp

Lecture 26 Combobox in c sharp programming

Lecture 27 Datetimepicker in c sharp for beginners

Lecture 28 Switch and Data Transfer Between Forms

Section 7: Operators in c# from scratch

Lecture 29 Using Operators

Section 8: Before Starting Know-How

Lecture 30 Using Comment Line

Lecture 31 Using Region

Lecture 32 Naming Conventions

Lecture 33 Using Breakpoint

Lecture 34 Keyboard Shortcuts in Visual Studio

Section 9: Condition Controls

Lecture 35 If -Else Statement

Lecture 36 Switch Case Statement

Section 10: Loops

Lecture 37 While DoWhile

Lecture 38 For Loop

Lecture 39 Jump Statements

Section 11: Project

Lecture 40 Make an Example With What We Learn

Section 12: Arrays

Lecture 41 Arrays

Section 13: Methods

Lecture 42 Methods

Section 14: Classes

Lecture 43 Class and Object

Lecture 44 Using List Class

Lecture 45 Using Random Class

Lecture 46 Using Timer Class

Lecture 47 Using Math Class

Section 15: C# Object-Oriented Programming(OOP)

Lecture 48 What’s C# OOP?

Lecture 49 Class and Object

Lecture 50 Encapsulation

Lecture 51 Static Using

Lecture 52 Inheritance

Lecture 53 Interface

Lecture 54 Polymorphism

Lecture 55 Abstract

Lecture 56 Nested Class

Lecture 57 Partial ve Sealed Class

Section 16: Enum Using

Lecture 58 Enum Using

Section 17: Delegate Using

Lecture 59 Delegate Using

Section 18: Exception Handling

Lecture 60 Exception Handling

Section 19: Folder and File Operations

Lecture 61 System IO Class

Lecture 62 Directory and Directory Classes ( Folder Operations )

Lecture 63 File and File Info Classes ( File Operations )

Lecture 64 Path Class

Section 20: N-Tier Architecture

Lecture 65 N-Tier Architecture

Section 21: MSSQL Using

Lecture 66 Intro to the MS SQL Course?

Lecture 67 What is database?

Lecture 68 RDBMS (Relational Database Management System)

Lecture 69 What is SQL/Query?

Lecture 70 FAQ about MS SQL

Lecture 71 Normalization

Lecture 72 Normal Forms (NF)

Lecture 73 Install MS SQL Server Express Edition 2019

Lecture 74 Starting To SSMS (SQL Server Management Studio)

Lecture 75 Create, Alter and Drop Database

Lecture 76 Create, Rename and Drop Table

Lecture 77 Data Types and Constraints

Lecture 78 Foreign Key Constraint

Lecture 79 Unique & Check Constraint

Lecture 80 Insert Data to Table

Lecture 81 Update Data in A Table

Lecture 82 Delete Data and AdventureWorks

Lecture 83 Select Statement and Alias

Lecture 84 Where Clause and Operators

Lecture 85 Sorting and Grouping Data

Lecture 86 Like Clause

Lecture 87 Case Function

Lecture 88 Convert and Cast Function

Lecture 89 Inner Join

Lecture 90 Left and Right Join

Lecture 91 Full and Self Join

Lecture 92 Union Operators

Lecture 93 Intersect and Except Operators

Lecture 94 Subqueries With Select Statement

Lecture 95 Single Row & Multiple Row Subqueries

Lecture 96 Insert, Update and Delete Statement

Lecture 97 DateTime Function

Lecture 98 Converting DateTime

Lecture 99 String Functions

Lecture 100 Math Functions

Lecture 101 SQL Transactions

Lecture 102 SQL Transactions Commands

Lecture 103 Create Schema and View

Lecture 104 Create Sequence

Lecture 105 Create Logins

Lecture 106 Users & User Permissions

Lecture 107 Permissions & Roles

Lecture 108 What we have learned?

Section 22: Personel Tracking App With N-Tier-Architecture, LINQ and Triggers

Lecture 109 Final version of App

Lecture 110 Project Construction Stages

Lecture 111 Creating Database

Lecture 112 Creating Project Structure

Section 23: Desing of Project Forms

Lecture 113 Login Form Design

Lecture 114 Main Form Design

Lecture 115 Department Forms Design

Lecture 116 Positions Forms Design

Lecture 117 Employee Forms Design

Lecture 118 Task Forms Design

Lecture 119 Permission Forms Design

Lecture 120 Salary Forms Design

Lecture 121 Connect Forms

Lecture 122 Connect to Database – LINQ to SQL

Section 24: Add And Listing Operations

Lecture 123 Add Department

Lecture 124 Listing Departments

Lecture 125 Add Position

Lecture 126 Listing Positions

Lecture 127 Add Employee

Lecture 128 Listing Employees

Lecture 129 Add Task

Lecture 130 Listing Tasks

Lecture 131 Add Salary

Lecture 132 Listing Salaries

Lecture 133 Login with UserNo and Password

Lecture 134 Add Permission

Lecture 135 Listing Permissions

Section 25: Update Operations

Lecture 136 Update Permission

Lecture 137 Update Task

Lecture 138 Update Salary

Lecture 139 Update Employee

Lecture 140 Update Department

Lecture 141 Update Position

Section 26: Delete Operations(Trigger Using)

Lecture 142 Delete Permission

Lecture 143 Delete Task

Lecture 144 Delete Salary

Lecture 145 Delete Employee with Using Trigger

Lecture 146 Delete Position with Using Trigger

Lecture 147 Delete Department with using Trigger

Lecture 148 User Authorization Operations

Lecture 149 Export to Excel

Section 27: SOLID Principles And Desing Patterns

Lecture 150 What’s SOLID?

Lecture 151 S- Single Responsibility

Lecture 152 O- Open Closed

Lecture 153 L- Liskov Substitution

Lecture 154 I-Interface Segregation

Lecture 155 D- Dependency Inversion

Lecture 156 Design Patterns

Lecture 157 Abstract Factory Pattern

Lecture 158 Observer Pattern

Lecture 159 Facade Pattern

Section 28: Stock Tracking App With N-Tier Architecture Fecade Desing Pattern&Entity FrameW

Lecture 160 Stock Tracking Construction Stages

Lecture 161 Final Version of Stock Tracking

Lecture 162 Design Database of Stock Tracking

Lecture 163 Creating Project Structure of Stock Tracking

Section 29: Desing of Project Forms

Lecture 164 Category Forms Design

Lecture 165 Product Forms Design

Lecture 166 Customer Forms Design

Lecture 167 Sales Form Design

Lecture 168 Deleted and Stock Alert Forms Design

Lecture 169 Main Form Design and Connect Pages

Section 30: Add AND Listing Operations

Lecture 170 Category Add and Listing Operations

Lecture 171 Customer Add and List Operations

Lecture 172 Product Add and Listing Operations

Lecture 173 Add Product Stock and Adjust Stock Alert

Lecture 174 Sales Add and Listing Operations

Section 31: Update Operations

Lecture 175 Category and Customer Update Operations

Lecture 176 Product and Sales Update Operations

Section 32: Delete Operations

Lecture 177 Delete Sales

Lecture 178 Delete Products

Lecture 179 Delete Customers

Lecture 180 Delete Category

Lecture 181 Deleted Form and Get Back Deleted Files Training Evaluation

Section 33: What is Data Base and Backup?

Lecture 182 What is a Database? What is a Backup?

Lecture 183 Why Should We Take Backup and Backup Types?

Section 34: Check in-1

Lecture 184 Check in-1

Section 35: What is recovery model?

Lecture 185 What is recovery model and Types?(Full,Bulk Logged, Simple)

Section 36: What Should Be The Backup Strategy?

Lecture 186 What Should Be The Backup Strategy?

Section 37: Full Recovery Model and .bak File

Lecture 187 Let’s do the first backup(Full Recovery Model – Full Backup With .bak File)

Lecture 188 Differential Backup With .bak File

Lecture 189 Transaction Log Backup With .bak File

Section 38: Restored Full Recovery Model-.bak File

Lecture 190 Restore Full Backup With .bak File

Lecture 191 Restore Differential Backup With .bak File

Lecture 192 Restore Transaction Log Backup With .bak File

Section 39: Full Recovery Model-Backup Device

Lecture 193 Full Recovery Model- Backup Device With Full Backup

Lecture 194 Full Recovery Model – Differential Backup With Backup Device

Lecture 195 Full Recovery Model – Transaction Log Backup With Backup Device

Section 40: Check in-2 ms sql c#

Lecture 196 Check in-2

Section 41: Restored Full Recovery Model Backup Device

Lecture 197 Restore Full Backup With Backup Device

Lecture 198 Restore Differential Backup With Backup Device

Lecture 199 Restore Transaction Log Backup With Backup Device

Section 42: Simple Recovery Model and .bak File

Lecture 200 Simple Recovery Model- .bak File With Full Backup

Lecture 201 Simple Recovery Model- .bak File With Diffrential Backup

Section 43: Restored Simple Recovery Model-.bak File

Lecture 202 Restore Full Backup With Backup Device

Lecture 203 Restore Differential Backup With Backup Device

Section 44: Bulk Logged Recovery Model-.bak File

Lecture 204 Bulk Logged Recovery Model- .bak File With Full Backup

Lecture 205 Bulk Logged Recovery Model- .bak File With Diffrential Backup

Section 45: Restored Bulk Logged Recovery Model-.bak File

Lecture 206 Restore Full Backup With .bak File

Lecture 207 Restore Differential Backup With .bak File

Section 46: Bulk Logged Recovery Model Backup Device

Lecture 208 Full Backup With .bak File

Lecture 209 Differential Backup With .bak File

Section 47: Restored Bulk Logged Recovery Model Backup Device

Lecture 210 Restore Full Backup With Backup Device

Lecture 211 Restore Differential Backup With Backup Device

Section 48: Restored Deleted Database

Lecture 212 Database Full Backup Restore Operations For A Deleted Database

Section 49: Restore Point in a Time

Lecture 213 Restore Point in a Time

Section 50: Check in-3 ms sql c#

Lecture 214 Check in-3

Section 51: Extra

Lecture 215 MS SQL with C#

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