MS Sql

Select Statement in mssql:

Syntax :  Select * from [tablename]
Ex :  Select * from Employee

Select Statement by ID in mssql:

Syntax :  Select * from [tablename] where Id=[value]
Ex :  Select * from Employee where ID= 100

Select Statement by using like operator in mssql:

Ex :  Select * from Employee where Name like 'E%'     --Name starts with 'E'
         Select * from Employee where Name like '%E'     --Name Ends with 'E'
         Select * from Employee where Name like '%E%'     --Name Contains 'E' letter

Delete Statement in mssql:

Syntax :  Delete from [tablename]
Ex :  Delete from Employee 


Delete Statement by ID in mssql:

Syntax :  Delete from [tablename] where Id=[value]
Ex :  Delete from Employee where ID= 100


Insert Statement in mssql:

Syntax :  Insert Into [tablename] (column1,column2,column3,.......) values (Values1,Values2,Values3,.......)
Ex :  Insert Into Employee (Name,UName,Password,Mobile No,E-mail)  values ('Name1','Name1','psd','23424333','abc@xyz.com')

Update Statement in mssql:

Syntax :  Update [tablename] Set column1=Values1,column2=Values2,column3=Values3,.......
               Where ColumnN=ValueN
Ex :  Update Employee Set Name='Name2',UName='Name_test',Password='pwd',Mobile  No='234242323' ,E-mail='def@xyz.com'

Select Distinct Statement in mssql:

Syntax :  Select Distinct ColumnName from [tablename]
Ex :  Select Distinct Name from Employee     ---It can get the data unique entries only (no duplicates)

Select Statement with 'And' Operator in mssql:

Syntax :  Select * from [tablename] where Column1=value1 and column2='Value2'
Ex :  Select  * from Employee  where Id=100 and Name='Name1'

Select Statement with 'OR' Operator in mssql:

Syntax :  Select * from [tablename] where Column1=value1 or column2='Value2'
Ex :  Select  * from Employee  where Id=100 or Name='Name1'

Select Statement with order by in mssql:

Syntax :  Select * from [tablename] order by column2
Ex :  Select  * from Employee  order by Name      --- getting data by default in ascending order
Ex :  Select  * from Employee  order by Name Desc      --- getting data in descending order

Aliases in mssql:

Syntax :  Select * from [tablename] as TN   
Ex :  Select  * from Employee as Emp      ----Here as is the alias  'Emp' is the Alias name of the Employee

Count in mssql:

Syntax :  Select Count(column1) from [tablename]
Ex :  Select  Count(Name) from Employee     --- Then we get the Number of Names(rows) in the table

Joins in the mssql:

Syntax :  Select * from [tablename] as tn1 Join Table2 as t2 ON t1.Id=t2.tnId
Ex :  Select  * from Employee as emp Join Department as dept ON emp.Id=dept.EmpId

Sum Operator in the mssql:

Syntax :  Select SUM(Column1) from [tablename]
Ex :  Select  SUM(Amount) from Sales             ---- In this statement we will get the sum of the sales amount with in the table

Average Operator in the mssql:

Syntax :  Select AVG(Column1) from [tablename]
Ex :  Select  AVG(Amount) from Sales             ---- In this statement we will get the Average of the sales amount with in the table

Min Operator in the mssql:

Syntax :  Select MIN(Column1) from [tablename]
Ex :  Select  MIN(Amount) from Sales             ---- In this statement we will get the Minimum sales amount with in the table

Max Operator in the mssql:

Syntax :  Select MAX(Column1) from [tablename]
Ex :  Select  MAX(Amount) from Sales             ---- In this statement we will get the Maximum sales amount with in the table



Not In Operator in the mssql:

SELECT * from UserDetails where 
UID not in (10,11,12,13,29)


  --here we get the data of which not have the  ids of 10,11,12,13,29


In Operator in the mssql:

SELECT * from UserDetails where 
UID in (10,11,12,13,29)   --here we get the data of
which have the  ids of 10,11,12,13,29

Get the Procedure in the mssql:

Syntax : sp_helptext "StoredProcedureName"
sp_helptext USP_IC_IsolationEquipment_GetEquipments
Execute the Procedure in the mssql:

Syntax : Exec StoredProcedureName Parameter1,Parameter2,Parameter3,....
Ex : exec USP_Equipment_GetEquipments 4,3


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