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By Bob Beauchemin

ISBN-10: 0321180593

ISBN-13: 9780321180599

Few applied sciences were as eagerly expected as Microsoft SQL Server 2005 ("Yukon"). Now, 3 SQL Server insiders convey the definitive hands-on preview - exact, finished, and full of examples. a primary examine SQL Server 2005 for builders begins the place Microsoft's white papers and internet articles go away off, displaying operating builders how you can take complete good thing about Yukon's key suggestions. It attracts on unparalleled cooperation from Microsoft's Yukon builders and the authors' hands-on entry to Yukon for the reason that its earliest alpha releases. you will find sensible reasons of Yukon's new information version, integrated .NET internet hosting, more desirable programmability, SQL-99 compliance, and lots more and plenty extra. almost each key notion is illuminated through pattern code validated with Microsoft's public beta. Key assurance includes:* Yukon as .NET runtime host: bettering protection, reliability, and function* Writing systems, features, and triggers in .NET languages* Leveraging strong new improvements to T-SQL* The XML info style and XML question languages* SQL Server 2005 as an online prone platform* Client-side coding: ADO/ADO.NET improvements, SQLXML, mapping, ObjectSpaces, and extra * utilizing SQL Server 2005's integrated program server functions"

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NET’s SqlClient and the client-side XML stack featuring its own XQuery engine. Client-side XQuery works against XML documents on the file system, against SQL Server, or both at the same time. ps 6/3/04 4:58 PM Page xxxiv xxxiv PREFACE Finally, there are those developers who would rather not know that the database exists at all. They deal in objects and would just like to call “Load” and “Save” on their object model and have it taken care of. They’re more interested in their business or application domain than in how to create a distributed partitioned view to spread the Customer table over multiple SQL Server instances.

NET-based procedures, functions and user-defined types, built-in XML data type and queries, and Web Services. What else could there possibly be for developers? Most developers spend the greatest percentage of their time not in SQL Server Management Studio, but in Visual Studio 2005, writing the client front end. Many developers know the database engine and how to get the most out of it as well as race car drivers know how to get that last bit of speed out of their cars. Developers and application designers, as well as DBAs, must know how the new features work.

Readers would think things worked the old way instead of the improved way. And there were more enhancements coming in beta 2. We held off writing and went for another revision. We were permitted, however, to write and teach a class to early adopters, based on the current state of our work and of the product. I think we’ve taught about 400 to 500 students as of this writing. The product evolved. More revisions. I’d told Mary that I was “almost done” so many times that she shook her head and laughed when I mentioned I might really be done again five minutes ago.

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