Professional SQL Server 2005 XML

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John Wiley & Sons, Jan 11, 2006 - Computers - 526 pages
  • Discusses SQL Server 2005 XML from the server and client sides
  • Examines using XSLT to render the XML data that is retrieved from SQL Server, particularly for ASP.NET
  • Addresses SQL Server relationship with schemas, SOAP, XML security, and .NET
  • Makes extensive use of examples to solve problems that programmers face on an everyday basis and features Server 2005 XML best practices
 

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Contents

Whats New in SQL Server 2005 XML
16
Installing SQL Server 2005
35
ServerSide XML Processing in SQL Server 2005
51
Querying and Modifying XML Data in SQL Server 2005
85
Indexing XML Data in SQL Server 2005
111
XML Schemas in SQL Server 2005
127
CLR Support in SQL Server 2005
171
ClientSide XML Processing in SQL Server 2005
185
Using XSLT in SQL Server 2005
295
SQL Server 2005 SqlXml and SOAP
309
SOAP at the Client
337
Web Service Description Language WSDL
355
SQL Server 2005 and Visual Studio 2005
375
Working with Assemblies
397
Creating NET Routines
417
ADO NET
441

ClientSide XML Processing with SQLXML 4 0
199
Creating and Querying XML Views
211
Updating the XML View Using Updategrams
231
Bulk Loading XML Data Through the XML View
257
SQLXML Data Access Methods
273
ADO NET 2 0 Guidelines and Best Practices
455
Case Study Putting It All Together
461
XQuery in SQL Server 2005
485
Index
507
Copyright

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About the author (2006)

Scott Klein is a software developer and architect, and his passion for SQL Server, .NET, and all things XML led him to Greenville, South Carolina, where he currently works as a SQL/.NET developer for CSI, a software solutions company. He has written several articles for TopXML (www.TopXLM.com) and is a frequent speaker at SQL Server and .NET user groups around Greenville and the surrounding areas. When he is not sitting in front of a computer or spending time with his family, he can usually be found aboard his Yamaha at the local motocross track.

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