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1 Structured Query Language For Data Management CS362 Victoria Davies-Papas Ariel Joseph 06/01/2016
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2 Table of Contents IP 1 - Database Design and DDL ................................................................................................................... 3 Creating Tables ........................................................................................................................................ 3 Relationship Table .................................................................................................................................... 3 IP 2 - Security and DML (Insert, Update, Delete .......................................................................................... 4 Inserting, updating, and deleting rows .................................................................................................... 4 IP 3 - DML (Select) and Procedures ............................................................................................................ 10 Task Description Goes Here (You should have a separate section for each task) ................................... 10 IP 4 - Architecture and Indexes .................................................................................................................. 10 Task Description Goes Here (You should have a separate section for each task) ................................... 10 IP 5 - Views, Transactions, Testing and Performance ................................................................................. 10 Task Description Goes Here (You should have a separate section for each task) ................................... 10
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3 IP 1 - Database Design and DDL Creating Tables Relationship Table CREATE TABLE [dbo].[Students] ( [StudentID] [int] NOT NULL, [FirstName] [varchar] (50) NOT NULL, [LastName] [varchar] (50) NOT NULL, [BirthDate] [date] NOT NULL, [Gender] [char] (1) NOT NULL, [Startdate] [date] NOT NULL, [GPA] [decimal] (18,0) NOT NULL, [IsActive] [bit] NOT NULL, [BIO] [text] NOT NULL, [AdvisorID] [int] NOT NULL, ); Advisors CREATE TABLE [dbo].[Advisors](
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