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Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Programming For Dummies

Wiley, J,
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Create and modify databases and keep them secure
Get up to speed on using T-SQL to store and manipulate data
SQL Server 2005 improves an already great database managementsystem. This book shows you how to put it to work in a hurry.You'll find out how to use the SQL Server Management Studio and theSQLCMD utility to write T-SQL code, retrieve data from single ormultiple SQL Server tables, add data using the INSERT statement,and much more.
* Create queries to retrieve data
* Ensure SQL Server security
* Use Visual Studio(r) 2005 with SQL Server
* Create tables, views, and indexes
* Work with Common Language Runtime
* Query XML data

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Titel: Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Programming For Dummies
Autoren/Herausgeber: Andrew Watt
Ausgabe: 1. Auflage

ISBN/EAN: 9780470128596

Seitenzahl: 416
Produktform: E-Book
Sprache: Englisch

Andrew Watt wrote his first computer programs back in 1985.He is an independent consultant, experienced author, and MicrosoftMVP (Most Valuable Professional) for SQL Server. His areas ofinterest and expertise include SQL Server 2005, Windows PowerShell,XML, and Microsoft InfoPath.
Andrew first used SQL Server in version 7.0 and was an activeparticipant in the SQL Server 2005 beta program from August2003.
Among the books Andrew has written, or co-written, are SQLServer 2005 For Dummies, Beginning Regular Expressions,Beginning XML (3rd edition), Beginning RSS & AtomProgramming, Professional XML (2nd edition), andDesigning SVG Web Graphics.
Andrew is often seen answering questions in Microsoft's SQLServer and other newsgroups. Feel free to get involved in thecommunity there. He can be contacted direct atSVGDeveloper@aol.com. Due to the volume of e-mail he receives, hecan't guarantee to respond to every e-mail.

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