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Download Offline Movie Database software for PC with the most potent and most reliable Android Emulator like NOX APK player or BlueStacks. All the Android emulators are completable for using Offline Movie Database on Windows 10, 8, 7, computers, and Mac.

  1. Download Emulators for Windows PC from official pages below to install them.
  2. Best emulators are here: BlueStacks.com; Or as an alternative BigNox.com.
  3. Open Android emulator and login with Google account.
  4. Offline Movie Database app available on Play Store. So search and find it.
  5. Choose install option under the Offline Movie Database logo, and enjoy!

FAQ Of Offline Movie Database- Features and User Guide

Offline move database is a FREE app available for Android phones across the globe.

What is Offline Movie Database (OMD)?
Offline Movie Database is an app specially designed for movie lovers, enthusiasts, cinema watchers. It is an app to keep a trace of every movie which has been watched or intended to be watched or the ones which are disliked or ignored. It’s not the only stuff which can be achieved with offline movie database but also consider Hollywood movies, Indian movies, any movie created in any other part of the world. This app is not only limited to movies, but it can also keep a track of songs, dramas and documentaries.

What does offline imply to?
The database is created, stored and managed locally in the mobile phone and is not stored in any cloud; that is why it is called offline. As soon as any entry is added to any list the database is created automatically and stored in the mobile phone memory. The database grows as more entries are added to it.

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Why Use Offline Movie Database (OMD)?
It is the only app of its kind which offers to store movies, songs, dramas and documentaries all in one place. This app is user friendly and can be operated within a split of a second. All the graphics are simple and self-explanatory.

Categories
• Hollywood
• Indian
• Songs
• Dramas
• Documentaries

Category Lists
Hollywood:
• Watched Movies
• Watch List
• Ignore List

Indian:
• Watched Movies
• Watch List
• Ignore List

Songs:
• Like
• Unlike

Dramas:
• Seen
• To Be Seen
• Ignore

Movie

Documentary:
• Viewed
• To View
• Ignore

How to Operate?
• Select a category from tab menu
• Now select a list from bottom menu
• Click on the add button in order to add a title
• In the new user interface enter all relevant details and save it
• Congratulations you just created an entry
• You can save as many titles in a list

Does It Require Internet?
It does not require internet to operate neither it requires any login to be created.

Is Internet necessary at all?
It is necessary to purchase digital products from play store and to search movies and tv/drama serials online.

Digital Products (In-app Purchases)?
It offers a variety of digital products which can be purchased to get additional features and unlimited number of entries in various lists.

Import and Export
You can either export or import the database from the phones local memory.

Sharing
It gives you the power to share any movie, song, drama or documentary via SMS and any supporting app.

Searching
It is possible to search movies and tv serials online. It is also possible to search the local database.

Additional Functionalities:
• Adding an entry into a list
• Deleting all entries
• Counting entries of a list
• Viewing the limit of lists
• Deleting an entry
• Editing an entry
• Creating an alert
• Moving an entry to another list
• View the limit of lists
• Sharing an entry
• Renaming an entry
• Viewing the details

Index
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Topics are listed in order of difficulty, so if you've never written a SQL query before you should probably start from the very beginning; otherwise, read down to find the topic you want.

Many of the tutorials use a Movies database, which you can download here (although the examples will make sense without it). Note that we also run training courses in SQL in London and Manchester, and can also run onsite SQL training courses at your offices.

Background Information

The articles in this section aren't essential in order to successfully write queries in SQL, but you might find some of the information interesting nonetheless.

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Designing databases Design a relational database and discover the most efficient way to store complex information.
Introduction to SQL Server Management Studio Open the Management Studio application, connect to a server and navigate around the screen.
Useful Settings in Management Studio Change some default settings in SQL Server Management Studio to make writing queries just a little easier.
Creating a database using SQL Server Use SQL Server Management Studio to create tables, choose data types, create relationships and draw database diagrams.

Getting Started with Queries

This section explains the basics of writing queries in SQL using the SQL Server Management Studio application.

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Simple queries Write basic queries using the SELECT and FROM keywords, including how to show unique entries in a table.
Sorting query results Change the order of your query results using the ORDER BY clause in a statement, including how to show just the top ten (or five or seventeen, etc) items in a list.
Using criteria Use the WHERE clause to add criteria to a query, including how to use wildcards.

Joins

Many people's least favourite part of writing queries is remembering the code needed to join tables together. Unfortunately, you'll need to know this if you ever want to use more than one table in a query!

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Joins Write SQL to run a query on two (or more) tables at the same time, including inner joins, left outer joins, full outer joins, cross joins and self joins!

Calculations in SQL

You'll encounter calculations, or expressions, almost everywhere in SQL. The articles in this section explain everything from simple arithmetic to using complex sequences of nested functions.

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Calculations and functions Write simple calculations in queries, including using CASEWHEN, and use the built-in functions in SQL to perform more elaborate calculations.

Working with Dates in SQL Server

Dates can be one of the most frustrating things to work with in SQL Server, so we thought they deserved a section all to themselves!

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Dates and times in SQL Write criteria and perform calculations using dates and times in SQL Server.
Calculating age Accurately perform one of the most common date calculations in SQL Server.

Aggregating Data

This section teaches you how to group records together in order to calculate aggregate statistics such as the sum and average of a range of numbers.

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Grouping and aggregating Group rows of data together and create basic aggregate statistics on the values in each group.

Views

You can create a view in order to avoid having to write a query in SQL. There are a few disadvantages to doing this however, as the articles in this section will explain.

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Views in SQL Server Create views in the view designer, and also use SQL script to create and alter views.

Exporting the Results of Queries

One major disadvantage of using SQL Server Management studio is that it gives you no way to format the results of your queries. This section explains how you can get your query results into another application so that you can make them look pretty!

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Copying and saving query results Copy the results of a query into another application, or save the results into a separate file.
Using VBA to get SQL data Write VBA code to link to a SQL Server database.

Subqueries

A subquery allows you to nest one query inside another allowing you to do all sorts of interesting things. You'll have to read the articles to find out what they are!

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Subqueries Write subqueries in SQL Server queries, including the judicious use of IN, ANY and ALL.

Programming in SQL

The articles in this section explain some of the fundamental concepts you'll need to get the most out of programming in SQL. Read these articles to prepare yourself for creating stored procedures.

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Variables Store information in memory while a program is running. You'll need variables to do anything non-trivial in SQL programming.
Global variables Various useful statistics which SQL makes available, such as @@rowcount and @@identity.
IF statements Use IF to control program flow based on conditional statements.
Loops Repeat a set of instructions multiple times. You don't use loops often in SQL, but they're still worth learning.
Error handling Trap errors while your SQL code is running, including using TRY / CATCH and raising and throwing errors.
Debugging Find the bugs in your code and stamp them out!

Stored Procedures

A stored procedure is a set of SQL instructions stored in a database. This section is designed to get you up to speed with the basics of creating stored procedures.

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Writing stored procedures Create simple stored procedures, including passing values to parameters.
Returning values from stored procedures Get values out of stored procedures using output parameters and return codes.

User Defined Functions

User defined functions are a great way to avoid creating the same calculation over and over again in your queries.

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Creating user-defined functions Write user-defined functions to save time with complex calculations in SQL Server.

Working with Tables

One of the first articles in this tutorial explained how to create and work with tables using SQL Server Management Studio. This section explains how to do the same things purely in SQL code!

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Creating tables in SQL Write code to create tables in a SQL Server database.
Inserting rows into tables Insert values into tables, and create one table from selected rows in another.
Modifying data Write code to delete and update records in a table in SQL Server.

Transactions

Whenever you write code to modify data it's always handy to have the opportunity to undo your changes. Transactions provide you with exactly that.

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Transactions Create transactions and then either confirm or undo changes you have made to data.

Temporary Tables and Table Variables

There are all sorts of ways of working with temporary data in SQL Server. Below are two main techniques, with an analysis of the pros and cons of each.

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Temp tables Create and use temporary tables in SQL Server to hold a set of records temporarily, and also learn how to drop tables professionally!
Table variables Hold records in a table variable.

Table-Valued Functions

You can use table-valued functions to return sets of rows (usually satisfying some given criteria), which can then be manipulated and joined just like any other table:

Tutorial Learn how to ...
Table-valued functions Write a function to return a table of data, including the difference between inline and multi-statement table-valued functions.
CROSS and OUTER APPLY joins Create a join to the results of a table-valued function.

CTEs and Derived Tables

Common Table Expressions are a cool successor to derived tables, which allow you to write SQL which is easier to understand:

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Common Table Expressions Create a query using Common Table Expressions, or CTEs for short.
Derived Tables Create a query using derived tables.

Pivoting Data

If you've used crosstab queries in Microsoft Access or pivot tables in Microsoft Excel you'll definitely want to know about how to pivot data in SQL Server.

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The PIVOT Clause Rearrange the results of a query using the PIVOT clause.

Triggers

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Triggers are special stored procedures that are attached to tables. They are executed automatically when data is inserted, edited or deleted in the table they are attached to.

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Creating Triggers Create triggers and attach them to specific data change events in a table.

Cursors

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A cursor allows you to step over a set of records one-by-one. You'll rarely need to use them in SQL Server but this article explains how they work for the rare occasions you do.

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Cursors Create a cursor and loop over a set of records in SQL Server.

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Dynamic SQL

Dynamic SQL allows you to build up a string of text and then execute it as a SQL statement. It allows you to create immensely flexible statements but with one major downside.

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Dynamic SQL Concatenate a string and execute it as a SQL command, including the pros and cons of doing this.

One final thought - if you've enjoyed doing any of the tutorials but would prefer classroom SQL training, have a look at our SQL training courses.