Pro SQL Server 2005

  • Authors
  • Thomas Rizzo
  • Adam Machanic
  • Julian Skinner
  • Louis Davidson
  • Robin Dewson
  • Jan Narkiewicz
  • Joseph Sack
  • Rob Walters

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxvii
  2. Pages 135-159
  3. Pages 161-206
  4. Pages 207-245
  5. Pages 347-385
  6. Pages 387-417
  7. Pages 419-457
  8. Pages 507-565
  9. Pages 567-607
  10. Pages 609-643
  11. Back Matter
    Pages 645-674

About this book

Introduction

SQL Server 2005 is a dramatically expanded and enhanced version of SQL Server 2000 that not only makes SQL Server a true enterprise-level RDBMS, but also changes how SQL Server professionals design databases and develop database applications.

Pro SQL Server 2005 provides in-depth coverage of new SQL Server features and enhancements. It focuses on what experienced SQL Server database administrators, developers, and business intelligence practitioners need to know to get up to speed with SQL Server 2005 as quickly as possible. It carefully presents each new feature and precisely illustrates the feature with examples that show you how to use it effectively.

The authors provide practical, in-depth coverage of the core topics that they specialize inall supported by realistic examples, so you'll be able to design and implement your own SQL Server 2005 solutions quickly and painlessly. This book is a roadmap for exploring and exploiting SQL Server 2005. So fasten your seatbelts, start your computers, and race to mastery of SQL Server 2005!

Keywords

.NET Extensible Markup Language (XML) RDBMS SQL SQL Server 2000 SQL Server 2005 T-SQL XML XPath XQuery reporting

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