Designing SQL Server 2000 Databases

  • ID: 1759503
  • Book
  • 608 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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The Microsoft .NET initiative is the future of e-commerce - making it possible for organisations to build a secure, reliable e-commerce infrastructure. This is the first book to outline the capabilities of SQL Server 2000, one of the key components of .NET. SQL Server 2000 introduces powerful new data mining functionality designed specifically to capture and process customer profiles and to predict future buying patterns on e-commerce sites.Designing SQL Server 2000 Databases addresses the needs of IT professionals migrating from the popular SQL 7 databases to the new SQL 2000, as well as those who are starting from scratch.
  • Covers all key features of SQL Server 2000 including; XML support, enhanced data-mining capabilities and integration with Windows 2000
  • While there are many books available on SQL 7 - this is the first to be announced for SQL 2000
  • Free ongoing customer support and information upgrades
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Chapter 1: SQL Server 2000 Overview and Migration Strategies

Chapter 2: Installing and Configuring SQL Server 2000

Chapter 3: SQL Server Scalability and Availability

Chapter 4: Designing and Creating SQL Server Databases

Chapter 5: Database and Server Security

Chapter 6: Administration and Active Directory Integration

Chapter 7: SQL Server Backup and Recovery

Chapter 8: Microsoft English Query and Full-Text Search

Chapter 9: Importing and Exporting Data

Chapter 10: SQL Server Analysis Services

Chapter 11: Using XML with SQL Server

Chapter 12: Database Replication Techniques and Configuration

Chapter 13: Programming Tools and Technologies in SQL Server

Chapter 14: Performance-Tuning Tools and Techniques

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