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Posted by Andrew Gould on 30 May 2012
Learn the basics of using functions in Microsoft SQL Server queries. This video teaches you how to use functions to create calculated columns in a query, including where to find a list of available functions, how to work out which parameters you need to fill in using the help system, and how to combine functions in more elaborate calculations.
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|Create Movies Database with Genre Table.sql||SQL query|
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|When:||27 Oct 17 at 10:34|
I have got a copy of the database the accompanies this SQL video. When I expand Database Diagrams, I don't have anything. Why is that?
|When:||27 Oct 17 at 15:25|
For the very simple reason that you can't script the creation of a database diagram! Fortunately, we do have a video which includes a section on creating database diagrams which you can view here https://www.wiseowl.co.uk/videos/sql2016/design-relational-database.htm
I hope that helps!
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