Join Simon Allardice for an in-depth discussion in this video Joining multiple tables together, part of SQL Server 2008 Essential Training.
After awhile you are going to find that be very straightforward SQL…statements, like this one where I'm simply selecting three pieces of data from the Product table,…well they don't get all that fantastically useful.…What I'm retrieving here is the name of a product, the color of the product, and…the ProductCategoryID, which in this case is 18 or 27 or 23, which is not all that…helpful if I'm just reading this data.…I want to know what the category is.…Well I know that my database has the category stored in it but it's not in this…table and here's why. I have got a simple diagram…that's just showing these parts of this AdventureWorksLT database.…
There is a Product table with all these columns in and then there a…ProductCategory table and this is simply good normalization.…We can have multiple products in category, so it's a good idea to take that…category data out and put it in its own table. And what this really means for…MySQL statement is I want one SQL statement to be retrieving data from two…
- Using T-SQL (Transact-SQL)
- Managing databases with SQL Server Management Studio
- Understanding database normalization
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1. Getting Started
2. Installing SQL Server 2008 R2
3. Tools and System Databases
SQL Server system databases2m 22s
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