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Development with Transact-SQL

  • Tony Bain
  • Baya Pavliashvili
  • Joseph Sack
  • Michael Benkovich
  • Brian Freeman

Abstract

As a database administrator (DBA), writing Transact-SQL (T-SQL) code may or may not be your direct responsibility. However, as a DBA it’s your responsibility to ensure that database routines do what they’re supposed to do, and that these routines are as efficient as possible. Knowledge of T-SQL will provide you with the ability to determine which code is acceptable for your database. It will also allow you to set coding standards for your organization’s developers.

Keywords

Select Statement Identity Column Grant Option Temporary Table Delete Statement 
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Copyright information

© Apress 2004

Authors and Affiliations

  • Tony Bain
  • Baya Pavliashvili
  • Joseph Sack
  • Michael Benkovich
  • Brian Freeman

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