Beginning Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Programming

Beginning Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Programming

Book Details

  • Paperback: 720 pages
  • Publisher: Wrox (January 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10:0470257016
  • ISBN-13: 978-0470257012
  • File Size: 15.6 MB

This comprehensive introduction to SQL Server begins with an overview of database design basics and the SQL query language along with an in-depth look at SQL Server itself
Progresses on to a clear explanation of how to implement fundamental concepts with the new 2008 version of SQL Server
Discusses creating and changing tables, managing keys, writing scripts, working with stored procedures, programming with XML, using SQL Server Reporting and Integration Services, and more
Features updated and new material, including new examples using Microsoft’s AdventureWorks sample database

From the Back Cover
Starting simply and gradually progressing to increasingly advanced topics, this introduction to the SQL Server database focuses on what is distinctive about the SQL environment-SQL Server 2008, in particular-versus other programming environments. Author Robert Vieira draws on his experience as one of the leading authorities on Microsoft SQL Server and uses his unique tutorial approach to explain the significant changes to the fundamental core components of SQL Server 2008.
You’ll begin with an overview of database design concepts and learn how to implement these fundamental concepts with Microsoft SQL Server 2008. Then, you’ll take a look at the role of an RDBMS (relational database management system) and where it fits in the grand scheme of system development. Thorough coverage of the key additions and changes to the 2008 version of SQL Server include discussions on DATE and TIME datatypes, hierarchyID datatypes, MERGE and multiple inserts, recursive queries, and more. With this book, you will conquer the many changes and challenges of Microsoft SQL Server 2008.
What you will learn from this book

How RDBMSs store, manage, and retrieve data
Ways to create and alter tables
Various “forms” of database normalization
Techniques for writing scripts and working with stored procedures
The positives and negatives of indexes
Myriad consequences that locks and deadlocks have on system performance
An understanding of triggers and how they are used

This book is for developers who are looking for a complete introduction to database design concepts and learning SQL. A basic understanding of development fundamentals is helpful.

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