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Inside Microsoft SQL Server 2000 with CDROM (DV-MPS Inside)
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Master the inner workings of today’s premier relational database management system with this official guide to the SQL Server 2000 engine. Written by a renowned columnist in partnership with the product development team, this is the must-read book for anyone who needs to understand how SQL Server internal structures affect application development and functionality. Its extensive details about the latest product enhancements, updated installation and administration, and its development advice can help you create high-performance data-warehousing, transaction-processing, and decision-support applications that will scale up for any challenge.
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For customers who purchase an ebook version of this title, instructions for downloading the CD files can be found in the ebook.
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Written by a seasoned, expert columnist in partnership with the product development team, this reference discusses the evolution, architecture, and toolset of SQL Server since 1989; planning and deployment; databases, files, tables, and data; built-in development tools; query-processing techniques; and internal architecture, as well as usage with Microsoft Office 2000, Visual Studio development system, and the BackOffice server family. The two included CD-ROMS contain an evaluation copy of the program, an electronic copy of the book, sample scripts, white papers and articles, and tools and utilities.
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This newly updated official guide provides information on installing, administering, and programming with SQL Server 2000. The CD contains product evaluation documentation, sample code and scripts, white papers, and a benchmarking kit.
Written by a seasoned, expert columnist in partnership with the product development team, this reference discusses the evolution, architecture, and toolset of SQL Server since 1989; planning and deployment; databases, files, tables, and data; built-in development tools; query-processing techniques;
About the Author
Over 60 SQL Server MVPs contributed to this book, which was assembled and edited by Kalen Delaney and SQL Server legends Louis Davidson (Database Design and Architecture), Greg Low (Business Intelligence.), Brad McGhee (Performance Tuning and Optimization), Paul Nielson (Database Development), and Paul Randal and Kimberly Tripp (Database Administration.)
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