Microsoft Business Intelligence tools are among the most widely used applications for gathering, providing access to, and analyzing data to enable the enterprise to make sound business decisions. The tools include SharePoint Server, the Office Suite, PerformancePoint Server, and SQL Server, among others.
With so much jargon and so many technologies involved, Microsoft Business Intelligence For Dummies provides a much-needed step-by-step explanation of what's involved and how to use this powerful package to improve your business....
Chapter 1: Introduction to Client/Server
Chapter 2: Visual FoxPro for Client/Server Development
Chapter 3: Introduction to SQL Server 7.0
Chapter 4: Remote Views
Chapter 5: Upsizing: Moving from File-Server to Client/Server
Chapter 6: Extending Remote Views with SQL Pass Through
Chapter 7: Downsizing
Chapter 8: Errors and Debugging
here is high demand and competition for professionals in the Information
Technology (IT) industry, and the Oracle Certified Professional (OCP)
certification is the hottest credential in the database world. You have made the
right decision to pursue certification: Being an OCP will give you a distinct
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Many readers may already be familiar with Oracle and do not need an
introduction to the Oracle database world.
The introductory chapters in this book (Chapters 1–4) provide an overview of SQL, SQL built-in functions,
UDFs, and major vendor implementations of RDBMS and SQL functions. These chapters are meant to
serve as an introduction to SQL function architecture and concepts for those readers who need to increase
their knowledge and sharpen their skills.
Pro PHP Security, Second Edition will serve as your complete guide for taking defensive and proactive security measures within your PHP applications.
Today’s highly interactive websites pose a challenge for traditional SQL databases—the ability to scale rapidly and serve loads of concurrent users. With this concise guide, you’ll learn how to build web applications on top of Couchbase Server 2.0, a NoSQL database that can handle websites and social media where hundreds of thousands of users read and write large volumes of information.