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i have a very basic knowledge of SQL language.
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but i want to learn the SQL language professionally also i want to learn how to administer the sql server and use the feature of  business intelegent reports of sql server.

any idea from where to start?
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You can search for SQL ebooks, there are many free ones.  Also, check out udemy.com.  They have lots of courses, some free.
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Scott Pletcher earned 500 total points
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Get some good books on SQL Server.  They will teach far more deeply and thoroughly -- and vastly less expensively -- than classes.

As  you develop expertise with TSQL, be sure to get books by Itzik Ben-Gan: they are superb!
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