MySQL for Developers (SQL-4501)

OCP Oracle MySQL 5 Certified Pro - Exam number: 1Z0-871 and 1Z0-872. Formerly Sun Certified MySQL Developer (SCMDEV)

This course will take place in 3-4 Kirby Street, London, EC1N 8TS. Find on map
15 %
Discount

when you buy 3 or more courses

The discount will be automatically
applied at the checkout
Looking for a
2-12 months
training?
Choose Database Administrator
Career Programme

Looking for a 2-12 months training?

Choose

Database Administrator career programme

Upcoming dates

There are no open public schedule dates for MySQL for Developers (SQL-4501) course. We can offer you a private training or arrange a public course for you. Contact us here and we can make arrangements for your course.

Course Outline

MySQL for Developers (SQL-4501) course overview

The MySQL for Developers course is the foundation course for developers planning on designing and implementing applications that make use of MySQL. This course covers essential SQL statements for data design, querying, and programming. In addition, it will prepare students for the MySQL Developer certification

 


Who is MySQL for Developers (SQL-4501) training for?

Students who can benefit from this course:

  • Developers who want to create applications using MySQL
  • Students wishing to prepare for the MySQL Developer Certification Exams


Prerequisites for MySQL for Developers (SQL-4501) course

Required Prerequisites:

  • Having attended the MySQL for Beginners course or some experience with Relational Databases and SQL
  • MySQL for Beginners (SQL-4401)


What will I get?

Delegates will learn:

  • Understand the steps necessary to invoke MySQL client programs
  • Utilize the general-purpose mysql client program and the MySQL Query Browser graphical user interface (GUI) to run queries and retrieve results
  • Select the best data type for representing information in MySQL
  • Manage the structural characteristics of your databases and the tables within your databases
  • Utilize the SELECT statement to retrieve information from database tables
  • Utilize expressions in SQL statements to retrieve more detailed information
  • Utilize SQL statements to modify the contents of database tables
  • Write join expressions in your SQL statements to obtain information from multiple tables
  • Utilize subqueries in your SQL statements
  • Create views utilizing SELECT statements to produce virtual tables of specific data
  • Perform bulk data import and export operations
  • Create user defined variables, prepared statements and stored routines
  • Create and manage triggers
  • Use the INFORMATION_SCHEMA database to access metadata
  • Debug MySQL applications
  • Configure and Optimize MySQL


MySQL for Developers (SQL-4501) Course Contents

Introduction

  • MySQL Overview, Products and Services
  • MySQL Enterprise Services
  • Supported Operating Services
  • MySQL Certification Program
  • Training Curriculum Paths
  • MySQL Website
  • Installing MySQL and the World Database

MySQL Client/Server Concepts

  • MySQL General Architecture
  • How MySQL Uses Disk Space
  • How MySQL Uses Memory

MySQL Clients

  • Invoking Client Programs
  • Using Option Files
  • The MySQL Client
  • MySQL Query Browser
  • MySQL Connectors
  • Third-Party APIs

Querying for Table Data

  • The SELECT Statement
  • Aggregating Query Results
  • Using UNION

Handling Errors and Warnings

  • SQL Modes
  • Handling Missing or Invalid Data Values
  • Interpreting Error Messages

SQL Expressions

  • SQL Comparisons
  • Functions in SQL Expressions
  • Comments in SQL Statements

Data Types

  • Data Type Overview
  • Numeric Data Types
  • Character String Data Types
  • Binary String Data Types
  • Temporal Data Types
  • NULLs

Obtaining Metadata

  • Metadata Access Methods
  • The INFORMATION_SCHEMA Database/Schema
  • Using SHOW and DESCRIBE
  • The mysqlshow Command

Databases

  • Database Properties
  • Good Design Practices
  • Identifiers
  • Creating Databases
  • Altering Databases
  • Dropping Databases

Tables

  • Creating Tables
  • Table Properties
  • Column Options
  • Creating Tables Based on Existing Tables
  • Altering Tables
  • Dropping Tables
  • Foreign Keys

Manipulating Table Data

  • The INSERT Statement
  • The DELETE Statement
  • The UPDATE Statement
  • The REPLACE Statement
  • INSERT with ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE
  • The TRUNCATE TABLE Statement

Transactions

  • What is a Transaction?
  • Transaction Commands
  • Isolation Levels
  • Locking

Joins

  • What is a Join?
  • Joining Tables in SQL
  • Basic Join Syntax
  • Inner Joins
  • Outer Joins
  • Other Types of Joins
  • Joins in UPDATE and DELETE statements

Subqueries

  • Types of Subqueries
  • Table Subquery Operators
  • Correlated and Non-Correlated Subqueries
  • Converting Subqueries to Joins

Views

  • What Are Views?
  • Creating Views
  • Updatable Views
  • Managing Views
  • Obtaining View Metadata

Prepared Statements

  • Why Use Prepared Statements?
  • Using Prepared Statements from the mysql Client
  • Preparing a Statement
  • Executing a Prepared Statement
  • Deallocating a Prepared Statement

Exporting and Importing Data

  • Exporting and Importing Data
  • Exporting and Importing Data Using SQL
  • Exporting and Importing Data Using MySQL Client Programs
  • Import Data with the SOURCE Command

Stored Routines

  • What is a Stored Routine?
  • Creating, Executing and Deleting Stored Routines
  • Compound Statements
  • Assign Variables
  • Parameter Declarations
  • Flow Control Statements
  • Declare and Use Handlers
  • Cursors

Triggers

  • What are Triggers?
  • Delete Triggers
  • Restrictions on Triggers

Storage Engines

  • SQL Parser and Storage Engine Tiers
  • Storage Engines and MySQL
  • The MyISAM Storage Engine
  • The InnoDB Storage Engine
  • The MEMORY Storage Engine
  • Other Storage Engines

Optimization

  • Overview of Optimization Principles
  • Using Indexes for Optimization
  • Using EXPLAIN to Analyze Queries
  • Query Rewriting Techniques
  • Optimizing Queries by Limiting Output
  • Using Summary Tables
  • Optimizing Updates
  • Choosing Appropriate Storage Engines TOPIC22 Conclusion

View Complete Course outline

Daily schedule

The scheme below shows what a typical day at Training Dragon looks like.

10:00 11:30 11:45 13:00 14:00 15:30 15:45
Classroom Activity
This course explains how to create web pages from scratch using different techniques, such as
Tea
Break
Classroom Activity
This course explains how to create web pages from scratch using different techniques, such as
Lunch
Break
Classroom Activity
This course explains how to create web pages from scratch using different techniques, such as
Tea
Break
Classroom Activity
This course explains how to create web pages from scratch using different techniques, such as
Video Placeholder

Looking for a
2-12 months
training?

Choose

Database Administrator career programme

Our Trainers

Emiliano
Emiliano
Leads our teaching team with many years of experience in teaching web development.
Ross
Ross
Brings many years of Python and Java software development experience to classrooms.
Olu
Olu
Microsoft and Oracle certified developer with years teaching experience in Android, .NET and databases.

Latest Reviews

Frequently Asked Questions

Have a question?
We are here to answer them