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Query data with no SQL code (9)

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Máté Farkas
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Section 09: Join subquery to existing tables in a query

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.

Video Steps

01. 00:00 Define a connection between a table and a subquery

This part shows how to define the connection
between existing tables and subquery in our main query. This is the JOIN.

02. 00:51 Understanding NULL behavior in JOINs

You will see that NULLs returned by the subquery will be eliminated by the JOIN because it cannot be match any values in the connecting table even if it also has a NULL row.

03. 01:17 Understanding INNER JOIN

Here you can see how INNER JOIN hides non matching rows from the result.

04. 01:52 Understanding LEFT JOIN

This is the solution to display all rows from the table right hand side and only matching rows from the right hand side table or subquery.

05. 02:33 Replacing NULL by using ISNULL function

This trick replaces NULLs to a default value you defined

06. 03:56 Add more subqueries to the main query

Here you can see that a query can contain any subqueries.

07. 04:42 Using the LIKE operator

Learn how to create a criteria finding only a part of a text.
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