Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Bible

Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Bible

by Paul Nielsen
     
 

Organization: The book is divided into 6 parts: Preparing to Develop with SQL Server; Building and Managing Databases with SQL Server; Managing Data with SQL Server; Implementing Business Rules with SQL Server; Monitoring and Performance Tuning with SQL Server; and Advanced Data Transfer and Analysis with SQL Server.
Comprehensive coverage: This

Overview

Organization: The book is divided into 6 parts: Preparing to Develop with SQL Server; Building and Managing Databases with SQL Server; Managing Data with SQL Server; Implementing Business Rules with SQL Server; Monitoring and Performance Tuning with SQL Server; and Advanced Data Transfer and Analysis with SQL Server.
Comprehensive coverage: This Bible covers both beginning and advanced topics. Topics covered include: installing and configuring SQL Server; using SQL server's development tools; securing databases; retrieving data; SQL Server transactions; working with XML; understanding transact SQL language extensions; developing stored procedures; tuning queries and indexes; and developing for English query.
Sample database applications: The book builds on sample database applications to demonstrate topics/concepts.
Sidebars: So as readers can focus on practical information, the author is using sidebars throughout to explain the best practices associated with the product and highlight material.
ABOUT THE CD-ROM The CD-ROM contains the sample database applications and code examples in the book; SQL Server utilities; and links to Web sites, including the author's own SQL Server Web site (www.IsNotNull.com).

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780764549359
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
12/16/2002
Series:
Bible Series , #49
Edition description:
BK&CD-ROM
Pages:
936
Product dimensions:
7.40(w) x 9.20(h) x 1.90(d)

Meet the Author

Paul Nielsen (Hickory, North Carolina) has been a programmer, computer trainer, and consultant, focusing exclusively on database development. Currently, he is a SQL Server trainer at Learning Tree International and publishes "www.IsNotNull.com,"a free, weekly newsletter for SQL Server developers. Paul co-authored Inside the Norton Antivirus (Brady, 1993) with Peter Norton. He also served as the Technical Editor for "Access Advisor" Magazine and has written over 110 computer-related articles.

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