SQL Server 2000 Database Design

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Que, 2002 - Computers - 897 pages
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Complete, Innovative, Accurate, Thorough.

-- The author is a Microsoft-certified SQL programmer/designer who has several years of experience teaching certification classes.

-- Organized according to the actual exam objectives with Exam Tips, Study Strategies, Step-by-Step Exercises, Case Studies, Summaries & Review Breaks, Review Questions, Exam Questions, Hands-On Exercises, Fast Facts, etc., to provide readers with the most effective learning tools in the marketplace.

-- Features the acclaimed Exam Gear software, enhancing the reader's learning experience by providing them with test simulation, study cards, and flash cards.

The book is organized according to the exam objectives, including: introducing SQL Server 2000, database design, grouping and normalizing data, data access and modification, programming, views, constraints, defaults and triggers, stored procedures and UD functions, indexes, replication, and monitoring.

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Contents

Back Office Integration SQL Server Implementation Requirements
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environment that uses SQL Server 2000 Bulk Copy Program
34
Books Online
35
Copyright

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About the author (2002)

Thomas Moore, MCSE, MCSE, MCDBA, MCT, CTT, has been in the computer industry for more than 20 years. Thomas has a wide variety of expertise in all hardware environments and with most Microsoft Server products. "My first and lasting love, besides my wife and family, however, is programming." Thomas is comfortable in any programming language environment, achieving his MCSD and MCDBA certifications from their inception. Over the past 12 years he has been working for a variety of Microsoft partners and currently is a Systems Analyst for TechServices Web Development Group in Fort Wayne, Indiana, where he has been for the past three years. Thomas enjoys staying up-to-date, although like most of us, he finds it a challenge to keep up with the pace of the industry. Thomas's most recent certification achievements include being one of the first Windows 2000 MCSEs in the world and achieving the same standard as a SQL Server 2000 MCDBA.

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