Write SQL queries to solve the following specifications. Include the query AND THE OUTPUT. A screen dump of the output is acceptable. Show as many rows as you can. A screen dump is usually done via the ALT/PRNTSCRN command sequence.
1. Display full details for all cars
2. Display the model name and car group name for all models. Order by car group name in alphabetical order.
3. Display full details for all bookings where the amount due has not yet been entered.
4. Display the customer number for all customers who have ever rented a car. Do not display duplicates.
5. Display the total number of miles travelled for each booking and sort the output by the number of miles travelled in descending order. Label the output: MILES TRAVELLED
INTERESTING EXERCISE: Is it possible to sort using an alias?
6. Display full details for all bookings where the miles out was greater than 300 and the booking has been paid.
7. Display full details for any customer who
1) Has an address where the second character is a 2 and whose customer number has 3 as the second character OR
2) Has a customer number greater than or equal to 400 and lives in a county whose name begins with an H
8. Display the rate per mile for all cargroups where the cargroup name is A1 or A2 and the rate per day is either 25 or 33. Find a way of optimising your code so that the complete SQL statement has only logical operator (AND, OR, NOT).
9. Display the customer number and the booking number for all bookings. Order by booking number within customer number (both ascending). Your query must not contain the word WHERE.
10. Using a traditional join (WHERE CLAUSE) display the customer number and the booking number for all bookings. Order by booking number within customer number (both ascending). Your query must use the alias A for I_BOOKING and the alias B for I_CUSTOMER.