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#1 Tonchi

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Posted 13 August 2011 - 03:24 PM

I should learn SQL a lot before but I'm too lazy so I finally decided to start with it. I'm so new with databases so you will need to talk to me like with an absolute noob. I've downloaded MS SQL Server Managment Studio 2011 and I have my server (ANTONIO-HP). What should I do to create my first database? What should I do to add rows and columns in my table inside Studio? After that what should I learn for databases??? Like datatypes etc.
Just introduce me a work with that Studio. Tnx a lot
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Posted 15 August 2011 - 07:23 AM

Creating a database is a right-click in SQL Server Management Studio (on the list of databases). From there, you'll need to learn the SQL syntax to create tables, and then insert records.

In general, you are NOT dealing with a WYSIWYG environment like Access. Start by searching for the CREATE TABLE syntax.
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