List of Dummies Sql E-book

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SQL For Dummies
by Allen G. Taylor

Get ready to make SQL easy!

Updated for the latest version of SQL, the new edition of this perennial bestseller shows programmers and web developers how to use SQL to build relational databases and get valuable information from them. Covering everything you need to know to make working with SQL easier than ever, topics include how to use SQL to structure a DBMS and implement a database design; secure a database; and retrieve information from a database; and much more.

SQL is the international standard database language used to create, access, manipulate, maintain, and store information in relational database management systems (DBMS) such as Access, Oracle, SQL Server, and MySQL. SQL adds powerful data manipulation and retrieval capabilities to conventional languages—and this book shows you how to harness the core element of relational databases with ease.

  • Server platform that gives you choices of development languages, data types, on-premises or cloud, and operating systems
  • Find great examples on the use of temporal data
  • Jump right in—without previous knowledge of database programming or SQL

As database-driven websites continue to grow in popularity—and complexity—SQL For Dummiesis the easy-to-understand, go-to resource you need to use it seamlessly.


Microsoft SQL Server 2005 For Dummies
by Andrew Watt

  • Now updated to reflect the much-anticipated “Yukon” release of SQL Server, this friendly guide shows database developers and administrators as well as those who use database application how to get up to speed fast
  • Offers a gentle introduction to relational database design and shows how to build databases, create database applications, and maintain and optimize database performance
  • Covers the major new features of the “Yukon” release-including analysis services, reporting services, and notification services

Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Programming For Dummies
by Andrew Watt

Create and modify databases and keep them secure

Get up to speed on using T-SQL to store and manipulate data

SQL Server 2005 improves an already great database management system. This book shows you how to put it to work in a hurry. You’ll find out how to use the SQL Server Management Studio and the SQLCMD utility to write T-SQL code, retrieve data from single or multiple SQL Server tables, add data using the INSERT statement, and much more.

* Create queries to retrieve data
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Ensure SQL Server security
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Use Visual Studio(r) 2005 with SQL Server
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Create tables, views, and indexes
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Work with Common Language Runtime
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Query XML data


Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Express Edition For Dummies
by Robert D. Schneider

  • Delivers the know-how that novice database developers, enthusiasts, and independent software vendors need in order to use the SSE database
  • Written in the typical nonintimidating For Dummies style, the book’s emphasis is on installing SSE and using it to create simple database applications with other tools in Microsoft’s Express product line
  • Covers how to use SQL Server Express Manager, an easy-to-use management tool that comes with SSE, and the Application XCopy feature, which provides SSE with the ability to treat databases like files
  • Addresses topics unique to SSE and not covered in standard SQL Server books, including network and security features, migrating and connecting from Access and MSDE to SSE, and migrating from SSE to the full-blown SQL Server database
  • The CD-ROM contains SQL Server Express trial version and the Web site has the code from applications featured in the book

Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.


SQL All-in-One For Dummies
by Allen G. Taylor

The soup-to-nuts guide on all things SQL!

SQL, or structured query language, is the international standard language for creating and maintaining relational databases. It is the basis of all major databases in use today and is essential for the storage and retrieval of database information. This fun and friendly guide takes SQL and all its related topics and breaks it down into easily digestible pieces for you to understand. You’ll get the goods on relational database design, development, and maintenance, enabling you to start working with SQL right away!

  • Provides an overview of the SQL language and examines how it is integral for the storage and retrieval of database information
  • Includes updates to SQL standards as well as any new features
  • Explores SQL concepts, relational database development, SQL queries, data security, database tuning, and more
  • Addresses the relationship between SQL and programming as well as SQL and XML

If you’re looking for an up-to-date sequel to the bestelling first edition of SQL All-in-One For Dummies, then this is the book for you!


Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services For Dummies
by Mark Robinson

Find the right information and present it the right way

Take full advantage of all SQL Server Reporting Services can do for you

Without a way to interpret it, the data in your database just sits there doing nothing. Now you have help! This handy guide shows you how to retrieve data and create reports with the newest version of SQL Server Reporting Services, so you can deliver both hard copy and interactive, Web-based reports that tell your story.

Discover how to

  • Access information from different databases
  • Build the right queries
  • Choose the best report type
  • Move from other reporting tools
  • Deliver reports on demand
  • Produce drill-down and drill-through reports

Microsoft SQL Server 2008 For Dummies
by Mike Chapple

If you’re a database administrator, you know Microsoft SQL Server 2008 is revolutionizing database development. Get up to speed on SQL Server 2008, impress your boss, and improve your company’s data management — read Microsoft SQL Server 2008 For Dummies!

SQL Server 2008 lets you build powerful databases and create database queries that give your organization the information it needs to excel. Microsoft SQL Server 2008 For Dummies helps you build the skills you need to set up, administer, and troubleshoot SQL Server 2008. You’ll be able to:

  • Develop and maintain a SQL Server system
  • Design databases with integrity and efficiency
  • Turn data into information with SQL Server Reporting Services
  • Organize query results, summarizing data with aggregate functions and formatting output
  • Import large quantities of data with SSIS
  • Keep your server running smoothly
  • Protect data from prying eyes
  • Develop and implement a disaster recovery plan
  • Improve performance with database snapshots
  • Automate SQL Server 2008 administration

Microsoft SQL Server 2008 For Dummies is a great first step toward becoming a SQL Server 2008 pro!


Oracle PL / SQL For Dummies
by Michael Rosenblum, Paul Dorsey

Find tips for creating efficient PL/SQL code

If you know a bit about SQL, this book will make PL/SQL programming painless!

The Oracle has spoken—you need to get up to speed on PL/SQL programming, right? We predict it’ll be a breeze with this book! You’ll find out about code structures, best practices, and code naming standards, how to use conditions and loops, where to place PL/SQL code in system projects, ways to manipulate data, and more.

Discover how to

  • Write efficient, easy-to-maintain code
  • Test and debug PL/SQL routines
  • Integrate SQL and PL/SQL
  • Apply PL/SQL best practices
  • Use new features introduced in Oracle 9i and 10g

SQL All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies
by Allen G. Taylor

SQL is the international standard language for creating and maintaining relational databases. This book is a compendium of information about SQL and relational database design, development, and maintenance. The nine mini-books cover the full spectrum of issues that arise in building, using, and maintaining relational database systems.

Book I: SQL Concepts

Book II: Relational Database Development

Book III: SQL Queries

Book IV: Data Security

Book V: SQL and Programming

Book VI: SQL and XML

Book VII: Database Tuning Overview

Book VIII: Appendixes


Microsoft SQL Server 2008 All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies
by Robert D. Schneider, Darril Gibson

If you’re in charge of database administration, developing database software, or looking for database solutions for your company, Microsoft SQL Server 2008 All-In-One Desk Reference For Dummies can help you get a handle on this extremely popular relational database management system. Here you’ll find what’s new in the latest version; how to choose and install the right variation for your needs; how to monitor, maintain, and protect your data; and what it takes to keep your database healthy. You’ll discover how to:

  • Build and maintain tables
  • Design a database and communicate with it
  • Retrieve, analyze, and report data
  • Build solid, robust database applications
  • Use the SQL Server Optimizer and Query Designer
  • Navigate SQL Server with Visual Studio
  • Develop useful reports with the Report Builder and Report Designer
  • Create Business Intelligence solutions with Business Intelligence Development Studio
  • Configure your server and perform major administrative tasks

To help you quickly find what you need, Microsoft SQL Server 2008 All-In-One Desk Reference For Dummies is divided into nine minibooks:

  • Essential Concepts
  • Designing and Using Databases
  • Interacting With Your Data
  • Database Programming
  • Reporting Services
  • Analysis Services
  • Performance Tips and Tricks
  • Database Administration
  • Appendixes

Microsoft SQL Server 2008 All-In-One Desk Reference For Dummies gets you started, helps you solve problems, and will even answer your questions down the road!