- Full Description
If you want to learn how to write stored procedures and triggers for Microsoft SQL Server, Code Centric: T-SQL Programming with Stored Procedures and Triggers is the book for you. Youll learn real-world coding and how to build non-trivial applications. All of the examples covered in the book are available for download, making it easier to work through over 5,000 lines of sample code.
While there is extensive coverage of the new functionality in SQL Server 2000such as UDFs (user-defined functions)you can use this book effectively for virtually any version of SQL Server6.x, 7.0, or 2000.
What youll learn
The book starts with a comprehensive overview of Transact-SQL, and goes on to cover a variety of topics including data types, the SELECT statement and JOIN operations, control-of-flow statements, updating and deleting data, Transact-SQL built-in functions, user-defined functions, and views.
The second part provides coverage of the stored procedures and triggers available in SQL Server, including system stored procedures, extended stored procedures, user-defined stored procedures, and triggers.
In the third part, Garth explores the database portion of a real-world solution, demonstrating how to create the client-side portion using ASP and ADO. He also shows how to design a database project from start to finish by using a browser-based application from a provided set of specifications. This book showcases more indispensable information about the major components of Microsoft SQL Servers Transact-SQL language than any other book on the market.
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