By Bob Beauchemin
"I come from a T-SQL historical past, so while I first laid my eyes on SQL Server 2005, i used to be shocked--and then, i used to be scared! i did not have a CLR or XML heritage and all of sudden had an pressing have to study it. SQL Server 2005 is just too massive of a unlock to profit from the books on-line. thankfully, now there's a ebook for builders who have to move from SQL Server 2000 to SQL Server 2005 and to do it as painlessly as attainable. primarily, it is one-stop buying critical builders who've to wake up to hurry fast. i'm going to retain this one on my desk--not on my bookshelf. good performed, Bob and Dan!" --Dr. Tom Moreau SQL Server MVP and per 30 days Columnist SQL Server specialist, Brockman Moreau Consulting Inc. "A SQL publication really for builders, from professionals at the topic. i will be turning to this booklet first while i must comprehend an element of SQL Server 2005." --Matt Milner teacher Pluralsight "An very good publication for these folks who have to wake up to hurry on what is new in SQL Server 2005. The authors made convinced this booklet contains the ultimate details for the discharge model of the product. such a lot different books out now are in accordance with beta versions.It covers key parts from XML and SQLCLR to Notification providers. even though the big variety of data is excellent, my favourite half was once the recommendation given on whilst to take advantage of what, and the way functionality is affected." --Laura Blood Senior software program Developer Blue be aware Computing, Inc. "SQL Server 2005 is a huge unencumber with a great number of new gains. lots of those good points have been designed to make SQL Server an outstanding program improvement platform. This e-book offers complete information regarding the SQL Server beneficial properties of such a lot curiosity to software builders. The lucid textual content and wealth of examples will provide a developer a transparent knowing of ways to exploit SQL Server 2005 to an entire new classification of database purposes. it's going to be on each SQL Server developer's bookshelf." --Roger Wolter recommendations Architect Microsoft company "While there'll be loads of solid books on SQL Server 2005 improvement, whilst humans discuss with the 'bible,' they will be conversing approximately this book." --Dr.Greg Low Senior advisor Readify Pty Ltd "SQL Server 2005 is loaded with new positive factors and getting a very good evaluation is key to appreciate how one can reap the benefits of SQL Server 2005's beneficial properties as a developer. Bob and Dan's ebook is going past enumerating the recent SQL Server 2005 positive aspects, and may offer you plenty of strong examples. They did an exceptional task notable a stability among review and substance." --Michiel Wories Senior application supervisor, SQL Server Microsoft company Few applied sciences were as eagerly expected as Microsoft SQL Server 2005. Now, SQL Server insiders carry the definitive hands-on guide--accurate, entire, and full of examples. A Developer's consultant to SQL Server 2005 begins the place Microsoft's documentation, white papers, and internet articles go away off, exhibiting builders find out how to take complete good thing about SQL Server 2005's key concepts. It attracts on remarkable cooperation from Microsoft's SQL Server builders and the authors' broad entry to SQL Server 2005 considering that its earliest alpha releases. you will find useful motives of the hot SQL Server 2005 facts version, integrated .NET internet hosting, better programmability, SQL:1999 compliance, and masses extra. nearly each key proposal is illuminated through pattern code that has been totally up-to-date for and established with the delivery model of the product. Key insurance contains *Using SQL Server 2005 as a .NET runtime host: extending the server whereas bettering protection, reliability, and performance*Writing tactics, features, triggers, and kinds in .NET languages*Exploiting improvements to T-SQL for strong error-handling, effective queries, and superior syntax*Effectively utilizing the XML facts style and XML queries*Implementing local SQL Server 2005 internet Services*Writing effective, strong consumers for SQL Server 2005 utilizing ADO.NET, vintage ADO, and different APIs*Taking complete benefit of user-defined kinds (UDTs), question notifications, promotable transactions, and a number of energetic outcome units (MARS)*Using SQL administration gadgets (SMO), SQL carrier dealer, and SQL Server Notification providers to construct built-in purposes
Read Online or Download A Developer's Guide to SQL Server 2005 PDF
Similar sql books
For programmers, analysts, and database directors, SQL in a Nutshell is the fundamental reference for the SQL language utilized in today's hottest database items. This new version essentially files each SQL command in response to the most recent ANSI general, and info how these instructions are carried out in Microsoft SQL Server 2008, Oracle 11g, and the MySQL five.
Be extra efficient with the Oracle PL/SQL language. The 5th variation of this renowned pocket reference places the syntax of particular PL/SQL language components correct at your fingertips, together with good points additional in Oracle Database 12c.
Whether you're a developer or database administrator, if you happen to desire solutions fast, the Oracle PL/SQL Language Pocket Reference will prevent hours of frustration with concise summaries of:
- primary language components, reminiscent of block constitution, datatypes, and declarations
- Statements for software keep an eye on, cursor administration, and exception dealing with
- documents, approaches, features, triggers, and programs
- Execution of PL/SQL capabilities in SQL
- Compilation ideas, object-oriented good points, collections, and Java integration
This convenient pocket reference is an ideal spouse to Steven Feuerstein and invoice Pribyl's bestselling Oracle PL/SQL Programming.
The accompanying CD-ROM is filled with extra fabric, together with complete resource code for the book's 900+ examples, in addition to 3 helpful instruments: DTSDIAG, the VBODSOLE Library, and DTS package deal Guru. DTSDIAG permits builders and directors to at the same time acquire Profiler lines, practice logs, blocking off script output, method occasion logs, and SQLDIAG reviews from a distinct SQL Server.
- The Practical SQL Handbook: Using SQL Variants
- Pro SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services
- Learning SQL (2nd Edition)
- PHP6 and MySQL Bible
- SQL Server 2000 Stored Procedures Handbook
Additional resources for A Developer's Guide to SQL Server 2005
Note that even though procedural code is interspersed with SQL statements, T-SQL variables passed between T-SQL and the storage engine are not converted. Listing 1-1. products WHERE cat = @category) > @price SET @verdict = 'Expensive' ELSE SET @verdict = 'Good Buy' 43 44 Extended stored procedures are an alternative to interpreted T-SQL code and prior to SQL Server 2005 were the only alternative to T-SQL. Extended stored procedures written in a complied language, such as C++, do numeric and string operations more efficiently than T-SQL.
Some of the features added to standard SQL in SQL:1999, such as triggers, have always been part of SQL Server. The more interesting 45 46 features of SQL:1999 have to do with extending the type system to support extended scalar types, distinct types, and even complex types. In SQL Server 2005, you can add a new scalar type to the relational type system yourself without waiting for Microsoft to implement it in the engine. The most common use for SQL Server 2005 user-defined types will be to add new scalar types.
The many samples do a great job of explaining the usage models and hidden aspects behind the features. Last but not least, many colleagues at Microsoft helped by reviewing the content to ensure its correctness and completeness so that you can use it as the guideline for designing and implementing your SQL Serverbased systems. Bottom line, this truly is A Developer's Guide to SQL Server 2005, providing you the knowledge, examples, and use cases to make the SQL Server 2005 implementation really happen!
A Developer's Guide to SQL Server 2005 by Bob Beauchemin