Microsoft SQL Server 7.0 Programming Unleashed

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Sams, 1999 - Computers - 946 pages
Certified professionals offer the benefits of their experiences in a variety of SQL Server settings as well as useful tips and workarounds to common problems. Overview of Major Topics: Part I. Advanced Programming Techniques Part II. SQL Server - Essential Programming Solutions Part III. Migrating to SQL Server: Data Conversion and Integration Part IV. Programming Internal and External Connections Part V: Programming Real-World Implementations Part VI: Reference The authors also provide shortcut programs to solve common problems and ways to make code work more efficiently and with less traffic between the client and the server. This book offers much more than the closest competition, which offers only Microsoft-based solutions in an homogeneously Microsoft environment.

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Contents

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7
BEYoMD THE BASICs of DATA MANIPULATION LANGUAGE
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Using Subqueries and Inline Views
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About the author (1999)

Matthew Skepker is a SQL Server consultant and network integrator in Overland Park, KS.

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