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by Robin Dewson

eBook Beginning SQL Server 2000 Programming download ISBN: 1590592522
Author: Robin Dewson
Publisher: Apress; Revised edition (September 2, 2003)
Language: English
Pages: 792
ePub: 1605 kb
Fb2: 1809 kb
Rating: 4.7
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Category: Technologies
Subcategory: Programming

Aimed at those starting out with SQL Server databases as programmers or administrators, Beginning SQL Server 2000 Programming . Great book for those not knowing SQL Server 2000. com User, July 31, 2001.

Aimed at those starting out with SQL Server databases as programmers or administrators, Beginning SQL Server 2000 Programming can put basic database skills in reach. Bought this book as I know nothing about SQL Server 2000, or any database. Found it was written at an easy pace but great attention to detail which made everything real clear. Found I was up and running in hours and enough in the book to get me far enough so I could do what I needed to do, quickly. However, dont be fooled.

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Microsoft SQL Server 2000 provides enterprise-class database solutions, offering interactive development tools and complete management of your relational database applications.

In this book, you'll build a sample database with SQL Server and in the process learn how to design with solutions in mind. If you are migrating from a desktop solution such as Access to SQL Server, this book will provide you with clear and practical demonstrations of the relevant tasks at every stage in the process. Once you've mastered the basics of SQL Server, you'll move on to learn more advanced techniques. By the end of this book, you'll have a firm grasp of the most important SQL Server features and be able to develop your own effective database solutions.

Comments: (7)
Dikus
I read this book cover to cover only because I was required to for a graduate level class. Let's be clear about the type of book this is: one of those hand-holding exercises that walk you through every screen of the product, including a fifty-page chapter on installation, and manages to get at least two plugs per chapter in for another book by the same publisher. If you're looking for that sort of thing, it is fairly thorough and well thought-out and does include a significant amount of information on pitfalls to avoid. However, I personally found little here that I couldn't have found myself simply by installing the product and reading the online help. The pitfall warnings could have been condensed into a single chapter (and would have been much more useful than this 700-page tome). If you're looking for database theory, look elsewhere. Those kinds of issues are given short-shrift - normalization, for example, is glossed over in two pages that don't really explain it well, even though this is a key database management concept. I realized something was wrong when by chapter 12 (of 20) I was still reading statements like, "Don't worry too much about the SQL syntax shown here". Really? By the end of the book I was still wondering when we would become concerned. Mr. Dewson is obviously a knowledgeable database developer, and from his picture on the cover appears to be a nice person, but he is not a professional writer, and unfortunately it shows.
Perilanim
I went through three books (Learning SQL Server in 21 Days, SQL Server Programming by Microsoft, SQL Server 2000 for Visual Basic Developers) before I got to this one. This book beats all those others hands down. This is definitely the best book to get on learning SQL Server for beginners. It touches on all the areas you need to know to become proficient in managing your databases. I highly recommend it.
Thundershaper
I'm really torn between giving this book 3 stars or 4 stars. I decided to give it 3 because it did not live up to the expectations of the other Wrox Beginning titles that I have read.
The good stuff is that it shows a tremendous amount on using Enterprise Manager to do stuff more easily. It also provides a decent overview of all things related to SQL Server. I really liked the chapter on creating a database maintenance plan.
The bad stuff is that it covers everything in minimalist detail. The book has a repetitive them, which is "You will learn a lot more by reading Professional SQL Server 2000 Programming". I decided that since I already knew the small amount of detail that was presented in the book, I would jump ahead and read Professional SQL Server 2000 Programming to just save time. I have just started that book today, but it looks to be much more promising. Another thing that really bothered me about this book was that it didn't follow the Wrox Beginning formula. The book started out the right way, saying we would build a database application for a golf league, but we never really completed the application. I think a better format for the book would be to get all of the business rules, complete the application in its entirety and add sample data. Enforcing business rules by using SQL Server technologies along the way would be a great way to develop a real application and give a good introduction to SQL Server programming. The book was pretty light on programming as well, mostly just introducing concepts but not doing much implementation.
To summarize, if you want a good general overview of SQL Server 2000 with minimal coverage of programming (just the highlights) then this book could be a good fit for you. Based on the small amount of information I have read in Professional SQL Server 2000 Programming, I would recommend that you just jump into that book instead, especially if you already have some SQL Server experience.
Magis
This is an excellent beginners book. From installation through to triggers all you need to know to get up and running. Shame it is missing about User Defined Functions but I thought this was a really good book.
Chapter 1 - Good coverage of the versions, whats what. Also liked the installation of SQL Server.
Chapter 2 Covered areas such as Enterprise Manager well and like the Configuring section. Found out how to set some very useful propreties
Chapter 3 - Query Analyzer. Went through every item that a beginner should need as well as an intermediate. Helped me figure out and set up as I wanted
Chapter 4 - This chapter for DB design etc is very clear and concise. I liked the Normalization section as well as relationships as to how these work
Chapter 5/6/7 - Enough coverage and good warnings about the system databases and building the sample db. Also loved the defining tables and the different data types and finally all about the different indexes you can have. Very useful.
Chapter 8 - This was my favourite chapter as it showed how to build relationships between tables.
Chapter 9 - didnt think this was really necessary
Chapter 10 - Good basics of backups. Not much on network backups.
Chapter 11 - Good basics again of maintenance
Chapter 12 - Images!! Yes!! No-one else I know touches this.
chapter 13-15 - Loved transactions in the Insert chapter. all the others cover good basics of T-SQL
Chapter 16 - Could have done a bit more on indexing a view but apart from that shows how to create a view well. Also how to use it
Chapter 17/18 - Would have liked to see more about nested stored procedures but again good coverage. Dealing with errors was my favourite part
Chapter 19 - XML - The way so much is going. Maybe book needs updating for SQLXML 3.0?
chapter 20 - A bit advanced for beginners but triggers are a great plus.
As I say, this is the best beginning SQL Server book I bought (this was my third!) and I loved the authors style and content. Wasnt confused at any point and found all that was being said to be clear. Wish I had bought it first
Its downfalls? Well images it does say you need a binary stream to input an image but doesnt show any VB code to pass it in. No UDF's or UDT's and no coverage of SQL XML 3. Dedication was interesting but a bit long....
Excellent coverage on how to complete each action in any method you wish so this does lead to excellent T-SQL coverage.
Loved it