Beginning SQL Server for Developers

Beginning SQL Server for Developers

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Beginning SQL Server for Developers is the perfect book for developers new to SQL Server and planning to create and deploy applications against Microsofta€™s market-leading database system for the Windows platform. Now in its fourth edition, the book is enhanced to cover the very latest developments in SQL Server, including the in-memory features that are introduced in SQL Server 2014. Within the book, there are plenty of examples of tasks that developers routinely perform. Youa€™ll learn to create tables and indexes, and be introduced to best practices for securing your valuable data. Youa€™ll learn design tradeoffs and find out how to make sound decisions resulting in scalable databases and maintainable code. SQL Server 2014 introduces in-memory tables and stored procedures. It's now possible to accelerate applications by creating tables (and their indexes) that reside entirely in memory, and never on disk. These new, in-memory structures differ from caching mechanisms of the past, and make possible the extraordinarily swift execution of certain types of queries such as are used in business intelligence applications. Beginning SQL Server for Developers helps you realize the promises of this new feature set while avoiding pitfalls that can occur when mixing in-memory tables and code with traditional, disk-based tables and code. Beginning SQL Server for Developers takes you through the entire database development process, from installing the software to creating a database to writing the code to connect to that database and move data in and out. By the end of the book, youa€™ll be able to design and create solid and reliable database solutions using SQL Server. Takes you through the entire database application development lifecycle Includes brand new coverage of the in-memory features Introduces the freely-available Express Edition What youa€™ll learn Install SQL Server Build database applications from start to finish Accelerate applications via the in-memory features Write stored code to execute directly in the database server Back up, recover, and otherwise maintain your database Connect to your database from client languages such as C# and VB .NET Who this book is for Beginning SQL Server for Developers is ideal for developers starting out with SQL Server 2012 or 2014. There is no prerequisite background in developing database applications. Developers from other platforms and those brand new to database programming alike will find in Beginning SQL Server for Developers an excellent introduction to using and programming Microsofta€™s database platform. Table of Contents 1. Overview and Installation 2. SQL Server Management Studio 3. Database Design and Creation 4. Security and Compliance 5. Defining Tables 6. Creating Indexes and Database Diagramming 7. In-memory Tables 8. Database Backups and Recovery 9. Database Maintenance 10. Data Insertion, Deletion, and Transactions-- Disk-Based 11. Selecting and Updating Data from Disk-Based Tables 12. Working with In-Memory Tables 13. Building a View 14. Stored Procedures, Functions, and Security 15. Natively Compiled Stored Procedures 16. Essentials for Effective Coding 17. Advanced T-SQL and Debugging 18. Triggers 19. Connecting via CodeYou will also look at using a SQL Server method called a constraint instead of a primary key. ... foreign (or referencing) key in the Transactions table to link back to the Customers table, which is the customer ID column of the Customers table.

Title:Beginning SQL Server for Developers
Author:Robin Dewson
Publisher:Apress - 2014-12-30


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