Each statement should have a where clause, Database Management System

Submit SQL SELECT Statements to demonstrate several reports off your database, according to the following guidelines:

  • You must submit at least 5 SELECT Statements.
  • Each statement must select data from more than one table.
  • Each table should be selected from by at least one statement.
  • You must use at least one aggregate function (e.g. sum, count, max, avg, etc.).
  • Each statement should have a WHERE clause.
  • Each statement should have an ORDER BY clause.
  • When selecting data from multiple tables, do not use "old-style joins" with the tables delimited in the FROM clause. Use the JOIN clause instead.

Submit your SQL SELECT Statements as one text file, with a .sql extension.

 

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