Beginning SQL Server 2000 Programming

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SQL Server 2000 is the latest and most powerful version of Microsoft's data warehousing and relational database management system. This new release is tightly integrated with Windows 2000 and offers more support for XML, as well as improved Analysis Services.

This book will take you through choosing which version of SQL Server 2000 to purchase, to installing SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition, starting up SQL Server 2000, on to creating an application. As the book progresses, a ...

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Overview

SQL Server 2000 is the latest and most powerful version of Microsoft's data warehousing and relational database management system. This new release is tightly integrated with Windows 2000 and offers more support for XML, as well as improved Analysis Services.

This book will take you through choosing which version of SQL Server 2000 to purchase, to installing SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition, starting up SQL Server 2000, on to creating an application. As the book progresses, a simple example application will be built taking you stage by stage, how the example is created and developed, in a clear, but simple manner that is easy to follow and understand.

This book is for beginners interested in learning how to develop solutions with Microsoft SQL Server 2000 but have no prior knowledge of SQL Server 2000.

This book will take you through choosing which version of SQL Server 2000 to purchase, to installing SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition, starting up SQL Server 2000, on to creating an application.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781861005236
  • Publisher: Wrox Press, Inc.
  • Publication date: 6/1/2001
  • Series: Beginning Ser.
  • Edition description: BK&CD-ROM
  • Pages: 771
  • Product dimensions: 7.28 (w) x 9.12 (h) x 1.74 (d)

Meet the Author

Robin Dewson has been working with Wrox Press for over two years now as a technical reviewer and recently was invited to provide additional material for Professional Access 2000, Professional Access with SQL Server 2000, Professional SQL Server with DTS and Professional SQL Server 2000. He has built up a good rapport with Wrox Press over this time and from his working experience was invited to write this book concerning SQL Server 2000.

Robin is currently consulting at Lehman Brothers in the City of London using Visual Basic 6 and Sybase on a trading system called Kojak, where he has been for nearly 5 years. When he has a spare moment, he is also beta testing .NET technologies and is looking forward to the next generation of technologies.

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Table of Contents

Introduction 1
Ch. 1 SQL Server 2000 Installation 7
Ch. 2 Managing SQL Server 59
Ch. 3 Query Analyzer 89
Ch. 4 Database Analysis and Design 137
Ch. 5 Creating the Sample Database 151
Ch. 6 Defining Tables 189
Ch. 7 Creating Indexes 229
Ch. 8 Building Relationships 265
Ch. 9 Diagramming the Database 285
Ch. 10 Database Backups and Recovery 323
Ch. 11 Maintaining Your Database 367
Ch. 12 Inserting Data 387
Ch. 13 Retrieving Data 419
Ch. 14 Updating Data and Transactions 457
Ch. 15 Deleting Data 477
Ch. 16 Building a View 489
Ch. 17 Stored Procedures 521
Ch. 18 Advanced Stored Procedures 555
Ch. 19 XML and Data Retrieval 579
Ch. 20 Triggers 631
App. A: Further References 655
App. B System Functions 675
App. C Function Listing 689
App. D Access Upsizing 711
App. E: Security 719
App. F: Glossary of Terms 727
App. G: Support, Errata, and forums.apress.com 743
Index 751
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