Microsoft SQL Server 2005: The Complete Reference: Full Coverage of All New and Improved Features

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McGraw Hill Professional, Dec 8, 2006 - Computers - 645 pages
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SQL Server 2005 is Microsoft's next-generation data management and analysis software designed to deliver increased scalability, availability, and security to enterprise data and analytical applications while making them easier to create, deploy, and manage. Filled with practical solutions and real-world examples, this resource includes full details on:
  • Enterprise data management capabilities, including security and clustering
  • Powerful developer tools -- T-SQL, .NET CLR, XML, ADO.NET 2.0
  • Business Intelligence features, such as Integration Services, data warehousing, and reports

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Database Architecture
RDBMS Architecture
Connecting to and Administering the Database Engine

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Jeffrey Shapiro, MCSE, MCTS, MCPD, is the author of SQL Server 2000: The Complete Reference as well as 11 other technology books. He is currently working on a variety of SQL Server business intelligence projects for Fortune 100 companies in Orlando, Florida.

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