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Q31. CORRECT TEXT 

You have a database named Sales that contains the tables shown in the exhibit. (Click the Exhibit button.) 

You have an application named Appl. You have a parameter named @Count that uses the 

int data type. App1 is configured to pass @Count to a stored procedure. 

You need to create a stored procedure named usp_Customers for App1 that returns only 

the number of rows specified by the @Count parameter. 

The solution must NOT use BEGIN and END statements. 

Part of the correct T-SQL statement has been provided in the answer area. Provide the 

complete code. 

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Q32. Your database contains tables named Products and ProductsPriceLog. The Products table contains columns named ProductCode and Price. The ProductsPriceLog table contains columns named ProductCode, OldPrice, and NewPrice. 

The ProductsPriceLog table stores the previous price in the OldPrice column and the new price in the NewPrice column. 

You need to increase the values in the Price column of all products in the Products table by 5 percent. You also need to log the changes to the ProductsPriceLog table. 

Which Transact-SQL query should you use? 

A. UPDATE Products SET Price = Price * 1.05 

OUTPUT inserted.ProductCode, deleted.Price, inserted.Price 

INTO ProductsPriceLog(ProductCode, OldPrice, NewPrice) 

B. UPDATE Products SET Price = Price * 1.05 

OUTPUT inserted.ProductCode, inserted.Price, deleted.Price 

INTO ProductsPriceLog(ProductCode, OldPrice, NewPrice) 

C. UPDATE Products SET Price = Price * 1.05 

OUTPUT inserted.ProductCode, deleted.Price, inserted.Price * 

INTO ProductsPriceLog(ProductCode, OldPrice, NewPrice) 

D. UPDATE Products SET Price = Price * 1.05 

INSERT INTO ProductsPriceLog (ProductCode, CldPnce, NewPrice; 

SELECT ProductCode, Price, Price * 1.05 FROM Products 

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Q33. You administer a Microsoft SQL Server 2012 database that has multiple tables in the Sales schema. Some users must be prevented from deleting records in any of the tables in the Sales schema. You need to manage users who are prevented from deleting records in the Sales schema. 

You need to achieve this goal by using the minimum amount of administrative effort. What should you do? 

A. Create a custom database role that includes the users. Deny Delete permissions on the Sales schema for the custom database role. 

B. Include the Sales schema as an owned schema for the db_denydatawriter role. Add the users to the db_denydatawriter role. 

C. Deny Delete permissions on each table in the Sales schema for each user. 

D. Create a custom database role that includes the users. Deny Delete permissions on each table in the Sales schema for the custom database role. 

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Q34. You create a table that has the StudentCode, SubjectCode, and Marks columns to record mid-year marks for students. The table has marks obtained by 50 students for various subjects. 

You need to ensure that the following requirements are met: 

Students must be ranked based on their average marks. 

If one or more students have the same average, the same rank must be given to 

these students. 

Consecutive ranks must be skipped when the same rank is assigned. 

Which Transact-SQL query should you use? 

A. SELECT StudentCode as Code, RANK() OVER(ORDER BY AVG (Marks) DESC) AS Value FROM StudentMarks GROUP BY StudentCode 

B. SELECT Id, Name, Marks, DENSE_RANK() OVER(ORDER BY Marks DESC) AS Rank FROM StudentMarks 

C. SELECT StudentCode as Code, DENSE_RANK() OVER(ORDER BY AVG (Marks) DESC) AS Value FROM StudentMarks GROUP BY StudentCode 

D. SELECT StudentCode as Code, NTILE(2) OVER(ORDER BY AVG (Marks) DESC) AS Value FROM StudentMarks GROUP BY StudentCode 

E. SELECT StudentCode AS Code,Marks AS Value FROM ( SELECT StudentCode, Marks AS Marks, RANK() OVER(PARTITION BY SubjectCode ORDER BY Marks ASC) AS Rank FROM StudentMarks) tmp WHERE Rank = 1 

F. SELECT StudentCode AS Code,Marks AS Value FROM ( SELECT StudentCode, Marks AS Marks, RANK() OVER(PARTITION BY SubjectCode ORDER BY Marks DESC) AS Rank FROM StudentMarks) tmp WHERE Rank = 1 

G. SELECT StudentCode AS Code,Marks AS Value FROM ( SELECT StudentCode, Marks AS Marks, RANK() OVER(PARTITION BY StudentCode ORDER BY Marks ASC) AS Rank FROM StudentMarks) tmp WHERE Rank = 1 

H. SELECT StudentCode AS Code,Marks AS Value FROM ( SELECT StudentCode, Marks AS Marks, RANXO OVER(PARTITION BY StudentCode ORDER BY Marks DESC) AS Rank FROM StudentMarks) tmp WHERE Rank = 1 

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Q35. You develop a database application. You create four tables. Each table stores different categories of products. 

You create a Primary Key field on each table. 

You need to ensure that the following requirements are met: 

The fields must use the minimum amount of space. 

The fields must be an incrementing series of values. 

The values must be unique among the four tables. 

What should you do? 

A. Create a ROWVERSION column. 

B. Create a SEQUENCE object that uses the INTEGER data type. 

C. Use the INTEGER data type along with IDENTITY 

D. Use the UNIQUHDENTTFIER data type along with NEWSEQUENTIALID() 

E. Create a TIMESTAMP column. 

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Q36. You have a Microsoft SQL Server 2012 database that contains tables named Customers and Orders. 

The tables are related by a column named CustomerID. 

You need to create a query that meets the following requirements: 

. Returns the CustomerName for all customers and the OrderDate for any orders that they have placed. . Results must include customers who have not placed any orders. 

Which Transact-SQL query should you use? 

A. SELECT CustomerName, OrderDate FROM Customers RIGHT OUTER JOIN Orders ON Customers.CustomerID = Orders.CustomerID 

B. SELECT CustomerName, CrderDate FROM Customers JOIN Orders ON Customers.CustomerID = Orders.CustomerID 

C. SELECT CustomerName, OrderDate FROM Customers CROSS JOIN Orders ON Customers.CustomerID = Orders.CustomerID 

D. SELECT CustomerName, OrderDate FROM Customers LEFT OUTER JOIN Orders ON Customers.CustomerID = Orders.CustomerID 

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Q37. Your application contains a stored procedure for each country. Each stored procedure accepts an employee identification number through the @EmpID parameter. 

You plan to build a single process for each employee that will execute the stored procedure based on the country of residence. 

Which approach should you use? 

A. A recursive stored procedure 

B. Trigger 

C. An UPDATE statement that includes CASE 

D. Cursor 

E. The foreach SQLCLR statement 

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Q38. You support a database structure shown in the exhibit. (Click the Exhibit button.) 

You need to write a query that displays the following details: 

Total sales made by sales people, year, city, and country 

Sub totals only at the city level and country level 

A grand total of the sales amount 

Which Transact-SQL query should you use? 

A. SELECT SalesPerson.Name, Country, City, 

DatePart(yyyy, SaleDate) AS Year, Sum(Amount) AS Total 

FROM Sale INNER JOIN SalesPerson 

ON Sale.SalesPersonID = SalesPerson.SalesPersonID 

GROUP BY GROUPING SETS((SalesPerson.Name, Country, City, DatePart(yyyy, 

SaleDate)), (Country, City), (Country), ()) 

B. SELECT SalesPerson.Name, Country, City, 

DatePart(yyyy, SaleDate) AS Year, Sum(Amount) AS Total 

FROM Sale INNER JOIN SalesPerson 

ON Sale.SalesPersonID = SalesPerson.SalesPersonID 

GROUP BY CUBE(SalesPerson.Name, Country, City, DatePart(yyyy, SaleDate)) 

C. SELECT SalesPerson.Name, Country, City, 

DatePart(yyyy, SaleDate) AS Year, Sum(Amount) AS Total 

FROM Sale INNER JOIN SalesPerson 

ON Sale.SalesPersonID = SalesPerson.SalesPersonID 

GROUP BY CUBE(SalesPerson.Name, DatePart(yyyy, SaleDate), City, Country) 

D. SELECT SalesPerson.Name, Country, City, DatePart(yyyy, SaleDate) AS Year, Sum(Amount) AS Total FROM Sale INNER JOIN SalesPerson ON Sale.SalesPersonID = SalesPerson.SalesPersonID GROUP BY ROLLUP(SalesPerson.Name, DatePart(yyyy, SaleDate), City, Country) 

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Q39. You develop a Microsoft SQL Server 2012 database. You create a view from the Orders and OrderDetails tables by using the following definition. 

You need to improve the performance of the view by persisting data to disk. What should you do? 

A. Create an INSTEAD OF trigger on the view. 

B. Create an AFTER trigger on the view. 

C. Modify the view to use the WITH VIEW_METADATA clause. 

D. Create a clustered index on the view. 

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Q40. DRAG DROP 

You write the following SELECT statement to get the last order date for a particular customer. 

You need to create the user-defined function to return the last order date for the specified customer. 

Which five Transact-SQL statements should you use? (To answer, move the appropriate SQL statements from the list of statements to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.) 

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