Microsoft SQL Server 2008 -A Beginner

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Microsoft SQL Server 2008 -A Beginner's Guide 4/E
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Osborne Media

709 pages | 2008-07-09 | PDF | 3,8 Mb


Learn to use all of the powerful features available in SQL Server 2008 quickly and easily. Microsoft SQL Server 2008: A Beginner's Guide explains the fundamentals of each topic alongside examples and tutorials that walk you through real-world database tasks.
Install SQL Server 2008, construct high-performance databases, use powerful Transact-SQL statements, create stored procedures and triggers, and execute simple and complex database queries. Performance tuning, Database Engine security, Business Intelligence, and XML are also covered.
Set up, configure, and maintain SQL Server 2008
Build and manage database objects using Transact-SQL statements
Create stored procedures and user-defined functions
Optimize database performance, availability, and reliability
Implement solid security using authentication, encryption, and authorization
Automate tasks using SQL Server Agent
Create reliable data backups and perform flawless system restores
Use all-new SQL Server 2008 Business Intelligence, development, and administration tools
Learn in detail the SQL Server XML technology (SQLXML)

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