Microsoft SQL Server 6.5 Unleashed

Front Cover
Sams Pub., 1996 - Computers - 1216 pages
This comprehensive reference details the steps needed to plan, design, install, administer, and tune large and small databases. In many cases, the reader will use the techniques in this tome to create and manage their own complex environment.
-- Covers programming topics, including SQL, data structures, programming constructs, stored procedures, referential integrity, large table strategies, and more
-- Includes updates to cover all new features of SQL Server 6.5 including the new transaction processing monitor and Internet/database connectivity through SQL Server's new Web Wizard
-- CD-ROM includes source code, libraries, and administration tools

From inside the book

What people are saying - Write a review

A book All SQL developers should have

User Review  - Sumit - Borders

This is a must have book for not only a SQL Server DBA but any dotNet developer working with PL/SQL on SQL Server. All the topics have been covered in detail. Also CD contains some really good articles and bonus chapters. If you are looking for a book on SQL Server 2005, this is the one. Read full review


Introduction to Open Client Programming

68 other sections not shown

Common terms and phrases

Bibliographic information