• Unit 2: Stored Procedures and Triggers

    Much of the work of database retrieval can be done on the server side as opposed to the client side. The server can execute commands more efficiently and is capable of sending only the result set back to the client, rather than sending the entire data set back and forth between client and server. In this unit, we will look at stored procedures, or blocks of code stored and executed on the server. We will also look at triggers, which are blocks of code that execute on the server when certain events occur, such as the addition or deletion of data from a table. Lastly, we will study rights when running a stored procedure.

    Completing this unit should take you approximately 9 hours.