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Microsoft 70-433

Microsoft SQL Server 2008, Database Development

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This exam measures your ability to accomplish the technical tasks listed below.
Implementing tables and views (14%)

  • Create and alter tables
    Computed and persisted columns; schemas; scripts to deploy changes to multiple environments, for example, dev, test, production; manage permissions (GRANT, DENY, REVOKE)
  • Create and alter views
    WITH ENCRYPTION; WITH SCHEMABINDING; WITH CHECK OPTION; manage permissions (GRANT, DENY, REVOKE)
  • Create and alter indexes
    Filtered, included columns, unique, clustered, non-clustered, FILL FACTOR; CREATE STATISTICS; indexing views, compression
  • Create and modify constraints
    PRIMARY KEY, FOREIGN KEY, UNIQUE, CHECK, cascading referential integrity, enabling/disabling, NOCHECK; SET IDENTITY_INSERT
  • Implement data types
    FILESTREAM; spatial, structured, and semi-structured; collations
  • Implement partitioning solutions
    Partitioned tables and indexes (constraints, partition functions, partition schemes, MERGE, SPLIT, SWITCH); distributed partitioned views (constraints, linked servers)

Implementing programming objects (16%)

  • Create and alter stored procedures
    Table-valued parameters (TVPs), EXECUTE AS, RECOMPILE, parameter direction (output); WITH ENCRYPTION; manage permissions (GRANT, DENY, REVOKE)
  • Create and alter user-defined functions (UDFs)
    WITH SCHEMABINDING, EXECUTE AS; manage permissions (GRANT, DENY, REVOKE)
  • Create and alter DML triggers
    INSERTED, DELETED, INSTEAD OF, EXECUTE AS
  • Create and alter DDL triggers
    Enabling/disabling; return event data
  • Create and deploy CLR-based objects
    Permission sets (SAFE, UNSAFE, EXTERNAL_ACCESS), SET TRUSTWORTHY
  • Implement error handling
    TRY/CATCH, RAISERROR, retrieving error information, custom error messages, @@ERROR
  • Manage transactions
    BEGIN TRANSACTION, COMMIT, ROLLBACK, SET TRANSACTION ISOLATION LEVEL, named transactions

Working with query fundamentals (21%)

  • Query data by using SELECT statements
    LIKE, WHERE, ORDER BY, INTO
  • Modify data by using INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE statements
    Row constructors, DELETE FROM, UPDATE FROM, TRUNCATE TABLE
  • Return data by using the OUTPUT clause
    INSERTED, DELETED, INTO
  • Modify data by using MERGE statements
    INSERTED, DELETED, OUTPUT
  • Implement aggregate queries
    Built-in aggregate functions, GROUPING SETS, GROUP BY, HAVING
  • Combine datasets
    CROSS APPLY, OUTER APPLY, all join types; UNION, UNION ALL, INTERSECT, EXCEPT
  • Apply built-in scalar functions
    CAST and CONVERT; REPLACE; LEN and DATALENGTH; PATINDEX and CHARINDEX

Applying additional query techniques (15%)

  • Implement subqueries
    Simple, correlated, scalar, list, table valued
  • Implement CTE (common table expression) queries
    Recursive, non-recursive
  • Apply ranking functions
    RANK, PARTITION BY, DENSE_RANK, OVER, ROW_NUMBER, NTILE
  • Control execution plans
    Table hints, query hints
  • Manage international considerations
    Collations, defining custom errors, filtering data, sort order, nvarchar, database collation, column collation

Working with additional SQL Server components (10%)

  • Integrate Database Mail
  • Implement full-text search
    CONTAINS, CONTAINSTABLE, FREETEXT, FREETEXTTABLE, STOPLIST
  • Implement scripts by using Windows PowerShell and SQL Server Management Objects (SMOs)
    cmdlets
  • Implement Service Broker solutions
    Services, queues, messages, message types, message validation, contracts, activation procedures, routes
  • Track data changes
    Change tracking; database audit specification; CHANGETABLE, Change Data capture

Working with XML data (12%)

  • Retrieve relational data as XML
    FOR XML
  • Transform XML data into relational data
    OPENXML, sp_xml_preparedocument, sp_xml_removedocument
  • Query XML data
    XQUERY, XPATH
  • Manage XML data
    XML datatype, XML indexes, XML schema collections

Gathering performance information (11%)

  • Capture execution plans
    Graphical execution plans; SHOWPLAN, index details in Query Plans
  • Gather trace information by using the SQL Server Profiler
    Collect output from the Database Engine Tuning Advisor
  • Prepare a workload
    Collect information from system metadata
  • Dynamic Management Views (DMVs), catalog views

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