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Máté Farkas
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Section 07: Create a subquery

Course: This course is created for business people or data analysts who want to query data from an SQL Server database but don't want to write codes and queries in SQL language. This course teach you how to use GUI of SQL Server Management Studio Query Designer Tool.

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01. 00:00 Create a subquery

In this part you can construct another query in a separate Query Designer window. This query will act as a subquery in our current main query.

02. 00:59 Remove limit from query

By default query designer limits the number of returned rows to avoid server overloading. Here you can learn how to remove this limit and get the full result.

03. 01:48 Construct the subquery

Here you will construct the final query for the subquery

04. 03:13 Understanding the NULL

In this small bypass we learn what is the meaning of NULL, how it works
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