Objectives-the structured query language, Database Management System

Objectives

After reading this part, you should be able to:

  • Modify, create, and delete database schema objects;
  • Update database using SQL command;
  • Retrieve data from the database by queries and sub-queries;
  • Control database access ;
  • Handle joins operations;
  • Deal with database objects like Views, Tables, Indexes, Sequences, and synonyms using SQL

 

 

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