MicrosoftSQL Server 7 For Dummies

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Wiley, Oct 26, 1998 - Computers - 359 pages
Don't lose your sanity, or your spare time, trying to figure out how to use Microsoft SQL Server 7. With the expert advice of SQL guru Anthony Mann, you can quickly and easily develop the expertise you need to build, deploy, and manage a reliable, scalable database system that can handle your entire business and grow as your business grows.

Get all the benefits of Microsoft SQL Server 7 with none of the headaches. Microsoft SQL Server 7 For Dummies helps you create SQL Server objects step-by-step by using built-in wizards, the Enterprise Manager, and the Query Analyzer. Develop and re-use stored procedures, save time by automating common tasks with Jobs and Alerts, import and export data to and from an SQL Server database, and keep your data secure and backed up with the tips, tricks, and techniques you'll discover inside Microsoft SQL Server 7 For Dummies. This book features a CD-ROM full of must-have SQL Server tools, too, including programs for automatically building multitier applications, creating SQL Server objects, and generating SQL Server-friendly Visual Basic code.

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An Introduction to Microsoft SQL Server 7

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About the author (1998)

Anthony T. Mann, a partner in Strategic Innovations Consulting, Inc., a Denver-based consulting firm, has many years of experience developing and teaching client/server applications with Microsoft SQL Server. He holds Microsoft certifications in SQL Server, Visual Basic, Windows NT, and Windows architecture.

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