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DML and Querying

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

Abstract

In the previous chapter we discussed the creation of databases and tables; now you need to understand how to get information in and out of those tables. While initially you may think that the querying of tables is a task for developers (not database administrators), in reality you cannot effectively manage a production SQL Server environment without a proficiency in SQL. Over time, SQL will become like a second language to you, and a query tool such as Query Analyzer will become a commonly run application on your workstation.

Keywords

Update Statement Full Population Change Tracking Query Processor Base Table 
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© Apress 2004

Authors and Affiliations

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

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