SQL SERVER 2005 BLACK BOOK PDF

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SQL SERVER 2005 BLACK BOOK PDF

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SQL SERVER 2005 BLACK BOOK PDF


Example triggers are shown, and the dreaded mutating table is slain.

Review: Black Book: ASP Alliance

Chapter 5—Demonstrates Oracle8 data storage features. The Practical Guide demonstrates the use of collection methods and data types. Chapter 8—Deals with the new parallel and distributed options of Oracle8.

The Coriolis Group Author s: Ault Chapter 1—Provides an overview of relational and object-oriented terminology and technology. The Practical Guide provides concrete examples of how to apply these to database design.

Patrick Dalton (Author of Shit London)

Actual conversion examples are given. I found that the authors have not discussed advanced topics such as Zipping and Unzipping files, Sending of E-mails with and without attachments and the usage of User Controls.

The authors have provided key emphasis to the discussion of WebForm controls shipped with.

SQL SERVER 2005 BLACK BOOK PDF

The final appendix showcases a complete project which demonstrates the creation of a data oriented website using some of the core features of ASP. The book ships with a CD which contains the source code of each chapter and also that of the final project.

Information about new features and backward compatibility. Conceptual descriptions of the technologies and features in SQL Server Procedural topics describing how to use the various features in SQL Server



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