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A MySQL Developer is a professional who specializes in working with MySQL, an open-source relational database management system (RDBMS). MySQL is widely used for developing and maintaining databases for various applications, websites, and software solutions. MySQL Developers play a critical role in the development and maintenance of MySQL databases, ensuring data reliability, performance, and security for various applications and systems

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Module-1 Retrieving Data Using the MySQL SELECT Statement
Basic SELECT Statement
Selecting All Columns
Selecting Specific Columns
Arithmetic Expressions
Defining a Null Value
Duplicate Rows
Displaying Table Structure

Module-2 Restricting and Sorting Data
Module-2 Limiting Rows Using a Selection
Module-2 Using the WHERE Clause
Module-2 Character Strings and Dates
Module-2 Comparison Conditions
Module-2 Logical Conditions
Module-2 Rules of Precedence
Module-2 Using the ORDER BY Clause
Module-2 Using the LIMIT Clause
Module-2 Assignments

Module-3 Using Single-Row Functions to Customize Output
Module-3 MySQL Functions
Module-3 Two Types of MySQL Functions
Module-3 Single-Row Functions
Module-3 Character Functions
Module-3 Case-Manipulation Functions
Module-3 Character-Manipulation Functions
Module-3 Number Functions
Module-3 Working with Dates
Module-3 Arithmetic with Dates
Module-3 Date Functions
Module-3 Conversion Functions
Module-3 Nesting Functions
Module-3 General Functions
Module-3 Conditional Expressions
Module-3 Assignments

Module-4 Reporting Aggregated Data Using the Group Functions
Module-4 Types of Group Functions
Module-4 Group Functions and Null Values
Module-4 Creating Groups of Data
Module-4 Using the GROUP BY Clause
Module-4 Restricting Group Results
Module-4 Using the HAVING Clause
Module-4 Assignments



Module-5 Displaying Data from Multiple Tables
Module-5 Obtaining Data from Multiple Tables
Module-5 Types of Joins
Module-5 Joining Tables Using SQL:1999 Syntax
Module-5 Creating Natural Joins
Module-5 Creating Joins with the USING Clause
Module-5 Using Table Aliases
Module-5 Creating Joins with the ON Clause
Module-5 Self-Joins Using the ON Clause
Module-5 Applying Additional Conditions to a Join
Module-5 Creating Three-Way Joins with the ON Clause
Module-5 Non-Equijoins
Module-5 Outer Joins
Module-5 INNER Versus OUTER Joins
Module-5 Cartesian Products
Module-5 Cross Join
Module-5 Assignments

Module-6 Using Subqueries to Solve Queries
Module-6 Using a Subquery to Solve a Problem
Module-6 Guidelines for Using Subquery
Module-6 Types of Subqueries
Module-6 Single-Row Subqueries
Module-6 Using Group Functions in a Subquery
Module-6 The HAVING Clause with Subqueries
Module-6 Multiple-Row Subqueries
Module-6 Using the ANY Operator in Multiple-Row Subqueries
Module-6 Using the ALL Operator in Multiple-Row Subqueries
Module-6 TOP-N Analysis using Subquery
Module-6 Assignments

Module-7 Using the Set Operators
Module-7 MINUS
Module-7 Set Operator Guidelines
Module-7 Controlling the Order of Rows
Module-7 Assignments

Module-8 Manipulating Data
Module-8 Data Manipulation Language
Module-8 Adding a New Row to a Table
Module-8 INSERT Statement Syntax
Module-8 Inserting Rows with Null Values
Module-8 Copying Rows from Another Table
Module-8 Changing Data in a Table
Module-8 UPDATE Statement Syntax
Module-8 Updating Two Columns with a Subquery
Module-8 Updating Rows Based on Another Table
Module-8 Removing a Row from a Table
Module-8 DELETE Statement
Module-8 Deleting Rows from a Table
Module-8 TRUNCATE Statement
Module-8 Database Transactions
Module-8 Advantages of COMMIT and ROLLBACK Statements
Module-8 Controlling Transactions
Module-8 Rolling Back Changes to a Marker
Module-8 State of the Data After COMMIT
Module-8 Committing Data
Module-8 State of the Data After ROLLBACK
Module-8 Statement-Level Rollback
Module-8 Read Consistency
Module-8 Implementation of Read Consistency
Module-8 Assignments

Module-9 Using DDL Statements to Create and Manage Tables
Module-9 Database Objects
Module-9 CREATE TABLE Statement
Module-9 DEFAULT Option
Module-9 Data Types
Module-9 Including Constraints
Module-9 NOT NULL Constraint
Module-9 UNIQUE Constraint
Module-9 PRIMARY KEY Constraint
Module-9 FOREIGN KEY Constraint
Module-9 CHECK Constraint
Module-9 Violating Constraints
Module-9 Creating a Table by Using a Subquery
Module-9 ALTER TABLE Statement
Module-9 Dropping a Table
Module-9 Assignments

Module-10 Creating Other Schema Objects
Module-10 What Is a View?
Module-10 Advantages of Views
Module-10 Simple Views and Complex Views
Module-10 Creating a View
Module-10 Retrieving Data from a View
Module-10 Modifying a View
Module-10 Creating a Complex View
Module-10 Rules for Performing DML Operations on a View
Module-10 Using the WITH CHECK OPTION Clause
Module-10 Removing a View
Module-10 Sequences (AUTO_INCREMENT)
Module-10 Using a Sequence
Module-10 Indexes
Module-10 Creating an Index
Module-10 Type of Index
Module-10 Removing an Index
Module-10 Assignments



Module-11 Declaring MySQL Variables
Module-11 Use of Variables
Module-11 Identifiers
Module-11 Handling Variables in MySQL
Module-11 Declaring and Initializing MySQL Variables
Module-11 Delimiters in String Literals
Module-11 Use of Select Statement in Block
Module-11 Assignments

Module-12 Writing Control Structures – Procedure
Module-12 Controlling Flow of Execution
Module-12 IF Statements
Module-12 Simple IF Statement
Module-12 IF THEN ELSE Statement
Module-12 IF ELSEIF ELSE Clause
Module-12 NULL Values in IF Statements
Module-12 CASE Statement
Module-12 CASE Statement: Example
Module-12 Searched CASE Expressions
Module-12 MySQL CASE vs. IF
Module-12 Iterative Control: LOOP Statements
Module-12 Basic Loops
Module-12 WHILE Loops
Module-12 REPEAT Loops
Module-12 Assignments

Module-13 Using Cursors – Procedure
Module-13 About Cursors
Module-13 Explicit Cursor Operations
Module-13 Controlling Explicit Cursors
Module-13 Declaring the Cursor
Module-13 Opening the Cursor
Module-13 Fetching Data from the Cursor
Module-13 Fetching Data from the Cursor using Loop
Module-13 Closing the Cursor
Module-13 MySQL CURSOR Restriction
Module-13 Cursors with Subqueries
Module-13 Assignments

Module-14 Handling Exceptions
Module-14 Declaring a handler
Module-14 MySQL error handling examples
Module-14 MySQL handler example in stored procedures
Module-14 MySQL handler precedence
Module-14 Using a named error condition
Module-14 MySQL handler precedence
Module-14 MySQL SIGNAL statement
Module-14 MySQL RESIGNAL statement
Module-14 Assignments

Module-15 Creating Stored Functions
Module-15 Describe the uses of functions
Module-15 Create stored functions
Module-15 Invoke a function
Module-15 Remove a function
Module-15 Differentiate between a procedure and a function
Module-15 Assignments

Module-16 Creating Stored Procedures
Module-16 Describe and create a procedure
Module-16 Create procedures with parameters
Module-16 Differentiate between formal and actual parameters
Module-16 Use different parameter-passing modes
Module-16 Invoke a procedure
Module-16 Handle exceptions in procedures
Module-16 Remove a procedure
Module-16 Assignments

Module-17 Creating Triggers
Module-17 Describe the different types of triggers
Module-17 Describe database triggers and their uses
Module-17 Create database triggers
Module-17 Describe database trigger-firing rules
Module-17 Remove database triggers
Module-17 Assignments


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