Special thanks are also due Beth Clawson, Beverley Hunter, Brad Ireland, Scott Rier, Sam Shelton, and Jenny Skillman of KINETIK Communication Graphics, Inc., who were responsible for the design of the book; Jayson Hait of eye4detail for proofreading and copyediting; and Eugenie Thompson, Darcy Sawatzki, and Emily Muchmore at Hager Sharp for providing assistance in the promotion and dissemination of the Data Book.
ASP (Active Server Pages) is a web development technology that's leapt through several
stages of evolution. It was first introduced as an easy way to add dynamic content to ordinary
web pages. Since then, it’s grown into something much more ambitious: a platformfor
creating advanced web applications, including e-commerce shops, data-driven portal sites,
and just about anything else you can find on the Internet.
ASP.NET 2.0 is the latest version of ASP, and it represents the most dramatic change yet.
Oracle allows you to define your own object data types, which you can use for creating objects, discussed in detail in Chapter 21, “Object Relational Interactions with Oracle.” Oracle also includes specialized data types for working with XML, spatial data, and media data, as well as ways to access type descriptions when the data type is not known.
In today's competitive environment, an organization needs a comprehensive, secure, reliable, and productive data platform for its business applications. The SQL Server 2005 database engine provides a platform that allows building and managing data applications. In addition, SQL Server 2005 combines data analysis, reporting, integration, and notification services to enable organizations to build and deploy efficient Business Intelligence (BI) solutions. This chapter discusses the importance of a database server....
Part I: Introduction to SQL Server 2005 XML
Chapter 1: What’s New in Version 2.0 of the .NET Framework for XML
Chapter 2: What’s New in SQL Server 2005 XML
Chapter 3: Installing SQL Server 2005
Part II: Server-Side XML Processing in SQL Server 2005
Chapter 4: xml data type
Chapter 5: Querying and Modifying XML Data in SQL Server 2005
Chapter 6: Indexing XML Data in SQL Server 2005
Chapter 7: XML Schemas in SQL Server 2005
Chapter 8: Transact-SQL Enhancements to FOR XML and OPENXML
Chapter 9: CLR Support in SQL Server 2005...
This Training Kit is designed for information technology (IT) professionals who support
or plan to support data warehouses, extract-transform-load (ETL) processes, data quality
improvements, and master data management. It is designed for IT professionals who also
plan to take the Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) exam 70-463. The authors
assume that you have a solid, foundation-level understanding of Microsoft SQL Server 2012
and the Transact-SQL language, and that you understand basic relational modeling concepts.
This is a practical guide for developers working with the Oracle Data Provider for .NET (ODP.NET) using VB.NET. From introducing ODP.NET and programming with ODP.NET to application development using ODP.NET and on to discussing Oracle Developer Tools for Visual Studio 2005, this book covers the important aspects of ODP.NET. The book is written for professional .NET developers who need to work with and take full advantage of Oracle Database 10g using Visual Studio 2005. Developers are expected to be familiar with Visual Basic.NET 2005 and have minimum knowledge of Oracle SQL and PL/SQL....
In a normalized database, the data to be viewed can be stored in multiple tables. When you need to view data from related tables together, you can query the data by joining the tables with the help of common attributes. You can also use subqueries where the result of a query is used as an input for the condition of another query. This chapter discusses how to query data from multiple tables by applying various types of joins, such as an inner join, outer join, cross join, equi join, or self join. Further, it explains how to use subqueries....
Delivers the know-how that novice database developers, enthusiasts, and independent software vendors need in order to use the SSE database
Written in the typical nonintimidating For Dummies style, the book's emphasis is on installing SSE and using it to create simple database applications with other tools in Microsoft's Express product line
Covers how to use SQL Server Express Manager, an easy-to-use management tool that comes with SSE, and the Application XCopy feature, which provides SSE with the ability to treat databases like files...
brief contents 1 Introducing SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services 2 Report authoring basics 3 Working with data 4 Designing reports 5 Using expressions and functions 6 Using custom code 7 Ad hoc reporting with the Report Builder application 8 Managing the Reporting Services environment 9 Securing Reporting Services 10 On-demand report delivery 11 Mastering the ReportViewer controls 12 Subscribed report delivery 13 Extending Reporting Services
SQL Server 2005 Database Administration
Introduction Installation Data Storage Architecture Database Physical Architecture Tuning and Monitoring Security High Availability Backup-Restore Administration Overview.SQL Server 2005
SQL Server 2005 – Components Overview
.SQL Server 2005- Components
Replication Service Broker Reporting Services
SQL Server™ 2005: Data Mining
SQL Server™ 2005: Data Mining Tasks Detailed Steps
Figure 2: Execute Script g. When the scrip has executed successfully, select the File | Exit menu item to close the SQL Server Management Studio.
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Reporting Services is a powerful tool for SQL Server 2005 database administrators, developers, and other IT professionals, enabling them to make sense of the immense amount of data generated by enterprises of all sizesShows readers how to create, manage, and distribute information as well as how to design, produce, and distribute reports that meet the needs of the stakeholder
This book shows you just how powerful, and yet easy to use, the new Web development environment
from Microsoft really is. Visual Web Developer 2005 Express Edition, along with the relational database SQL
Server 2005 Express Edition, allows you to build great Web sites using drag-and-drop techniques, wizards,
and a huge range of developer-friendly tools and controls. The book demonstrates this by leading you
through the creation of a fully featured and highly interactive e-commerce Web application, like those
you are used to seeing on the Internet today....
Contents Acknowledgments Foreword I Foreword II Introduction Part One: Getting Started Chapter 1: What Can You Do with Reporting Services? Chapter 2: Introduction to Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services 2005 Chapter 3: Reporting Services Architecture Part Two: Report Design Chapter 4: Basic Report Design Chapter 5: Designing Data Access Chapter 6: Advanced Report Design Chapter 7: Report Solution Patterns and Recipes Part Three
First, Barker explains how to install Visual C# 2005 Express Edition, which is included on the accompanying CD-ROM, and walks you through programming basics. You'll then learn how to build user interface elements in order to develop applications using Windows Forms. And you'll find out how to use data in your applications as you examine database concepts, data controls, SQL Server Express Edition features, and ADO.NET
When you write stored procedures, triggers, and user-defined functions, you need to
decide whether to use traditional Transact-SQL or a programming language that is
compatible with the .NET Framework, such as Visual Basic .NET or C#. Transact-
SQL is best for situations in which the code primarily performs data access with little
or no procedural logic. Programming languages that are compatible with the
.NET Framework are best-suited for computationally-intensive functions and
procedures that feature complex logic or for situations where you want to take
advantage of the .
With the latest incarnations of ASP.NET 2.0 and SQL Server 2005, programming dynamic data-driven websites with Microsoft technologies has become easier and much more efficient than ever before. Fewer mouse clicks and fewer lines of code can now enable more powerful features and the tools you need—Visual Web Developer 2005 Express Edition and SQL Server 2005 Express Edition