Mastering Microsoft Sql Server 2005

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Wiley India Pvt. Limited, Apr 1, 2006 - 1048 pages
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Market_Desc: " System Administrators" Database Administrators" IT Consultants" Database Application Developers" Beginner-to-Advanced Users

Special Features: Mastering SQL Server 2005 is more thorough than the competition and is aimed at the professional who needs real-world solutions-not lessons in database theory and architecture:- Offers database admin and developer topics; other books are short on app development.- Covers beginning to advanced topics with an easy learning curve, while the competition moves too quickly to advanced topics.- Light on theory to emphasize the practical solutions a database administrator needs.- Unique in that it devotes a whole chapter to troubleshooting.- Mike Gunderloy is a well-known and respected name in the SQL Server market.

About The Book: Mastering Microsoft SQL Server 2005 continues the approach of its previous edition by providing complete, accurate, and expert coverage of the product. The material is aimed at all levels of readers with an easy ramp up to intermediate and advanced database topics. This new edition has seven new chapters that cover using SQL Server 2005, advanced database administration, and database application development. Of special interest is its chapter on troubleshooting, a topic missing in competitive books.

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