Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Stored Procedure Programming in T-SQL & . NET

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Create and Use Stored Procedures for Optimal Database PerformanceDevelop complex stored procedures to retrieve, manipulate, update, and delete data. Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Stored Procedure Programming in T-SQL & . NET identifies and describes the key concepts, techniques, and best practices you need to master in order to take full advantage of stored procedures using SQL Server’s native Transact-SQL and . NET CLR languages. You’ll learn to incorporate effective Transact-SQL stored procedures into client or middleware code, and produce CLR methods that will be compiled into CLR stored procedures. This is a must-have resource for all SQL Server 2005 developers. Essential Skills for Database ProfessionalsGroup and execute T-SQL statements using batches, scripts, and transactionsCreate user-defined, system, extended, temporary, global temporary, and remote stored procedures Develop and manage stored procedures using C# and Visual Basic . NETIm. . . More >>

Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Stored Procedure Programming in T-SQL & . NET

T-SQL 2008 Joes 2 Pros: Core T-SQL Coding Fundamentals For Microsoft SQL Server 2008

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Joes 2 Pros turns SQL students into SQL certified experts. This is the original SQL book that began it all. A newer second edition of this book has been reprinted with a lower price under the new title, “Beginning SQL Joes 2 Pros”. It has the same images, explanations, practices, and quizzes as before, as well as great new additions suggested by readers. Just as every computer expert in the world today knew nothing about computers when they started out, you too can evolve from Joe 2 Pro by taking the steps outlined in these books. Over several years, students have given feedback on what has helped them learn & achieve success. These new labs are a direct result of this positive feedback. . . . More >>

T-SQL 2008 Joes 2 Pros: Core T-SQL Coding Fundamentals For Microsoft SQL Server 2008

SQL SERVER / T-SQL Tutorial: Left Outer Join – Right Outer Join – Full Join – Combining Join


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Pro T-SQL 2005 Programmer’s Guide

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Pro T-SQL 2005 Programmer’s Guide provides comprehensive and detailed coverage of all the major features and facilities of T-SQL for SQL Server 2005. It is designed for all users of T-SQL, database administrators, systems administrators, application developers, and end-users, who want to learn how to exploit the power of T-SQL. Whatever you need to do with T-SQL, you’ll find it described clearly here. Stored procedures, triggers, and user-defined functions are on… More >>

Pro T-SQL 2005 Programmer’s Guide

Pro T-SQL 2005 Programmer’s Guide

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Pro T-SQL 2005 Programmer’s Guide provides comprehensive and detailed coverage of all the major features and facilities of T-SQL for SQL Server 2005. It is designed for all users of T-SQL, database administrators, systems administrators, application developers, and end-users, who want to learn how to exploit the power of T-SQL. Whatever you need to do with T-SQL, you’ll find it described clearly here. Stored procedures, triggers, and user-defined functions are on… More >>

Pro T-SQL 2005 Programmer’s Guide

Automating tests for T-SQL code


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This is a short demo of the TST tool. This is an open source tool that can be used to write and automate tests for T-SQL code. Similar to other tools like SPUnit but with a more mature set of features. Can be downloaded from http

SQL Server 2008 Transact-SQL Recipes: A Problem-Solution Approach

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SQL Server 2008 Transact–SQL Recipes: A Problem–Solution Approach is an example–based guide to the Transact–SQL language that is at the core of SQL Server 2008. Learn to create databases, insert and update data, generate reports, secure your data, and more. Author Joseph Sack takes common Transact–SQL tasks and breaks them down into a problem/solution format that is quick and easy to read so that you can get the job done fast when the pres… More >>

SQL Server 2008 Transact-SQL Recipes: A Problem-Solution Approach

How do I get started in writing/programming in T-SQL?

I am completely confused on what T-SQL really is and how it is different from SQL and its variants.

How do you guys program something using T-SQL language?
I mean where do you actually ‘encode’ those T-SQL codes?
In cobol I use notepad as the programming environment.

Do I need to download something like that of a C++ compiler?

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How do I set up a job on SQL 2000 to back up a database on other computers in my domain to my computer?

I am trying to create a job on SQL 2000 that will allow me to backup databases from 3 other computers in my domain. all running SQL 2000. i need help writing the T-SQL Statement to insert in the job step.
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SQL Server 2008 T-SQL Debugger


The Transact-SQL debugger in SQL Server Management Studio enables you to find errors in Transact-SQL scripts, stored procedures, triggers, and functions by observing their run-time behavior. You can start the debugger when you are using the Database Engine Query Editor window. By using the Transact-SQL debugger, you can do the following: • Step through the Transact-SQL statements in the editor line by line, or set breakpoints to stop at specific lines. • Step into or over Transact-SQL stored procedures, functions, or triggers that are run by the code in the editor window. • Watch the values that are assigned to variables, and observe system objects such as the call stack and threads.

Valid styles for converting datetime to string

I wrote this little table and procedure to help me remember what style 104 did, or how to get HH:MM AM/PM out of a DATETIME column. Basically, it populates a table with the valid style numbers, then loops through those, and produces the result (and the syntax for producing that result) for each style, given the current date and time.

It uses also a cursor. This is designed to be a helper function, not something you would use as part of a production environment, so I don’t think the performance implications should be a big concern.

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