New PDF release: A Developer's Guide to SQL Server 2005

By Bob Beauchemin

ISBN-10: 0321382188

ISBN-13: 9780321382184

"I come from a T-SQL historical past, so while I first laid my eyes on SQL Server 2005, i used to be shocked--and then, i used to be scared! i did not have a CLR or XML historical past and all at once had an pressing have to research it. SQL Server 2005 is just too great of a unlock to benefit from the books on-line. thankfully, now there's a e-book for builders who have to move from SQL Server 2000 to SQL Server 2005 and to do it as painlessly as attainable. primarily, it truly is one-stop buying severe builders who've to wake up to hurry fast. i will preserve this one on my desk--not on my bookshelf. good performed, Bob and Dan!" --Dr. Tom Moreau SQL Server MVP and per thirty days Columnist SQL Server specialist, Brockman Moreau Consulting Inc. "A SQL ebook really for builders, from professionals at the topic. i will be turning to this booklet first whilst i have to comprehend an element of SQL Server 2005." --Matt Milner teacher Pluralsight "An very good e-book for these folks who have to wake up to hurry on what is new in SQL Server 2005. The authors made definite this e-book contains the ultimate details for the discharge model of the product. so much different books out now are in line with beta versions.It covers key components from XML and SQLCLR to Notification prone. even supposing the wide range of knowledge is superb, my favourite half was once the recommendation given on while to take advantage of what, and the way functionality is affected." --Laura Blood Senior software program Developer Blue observe Computing, Inc. "SQL Server 2005 is a huge unencumber with lots of new positive aspects. a lot of those positive factors have been designed to make SQL Server a very good program improvement platform. This booklet presents finished information regarding the SQL Server beneficial properties of such a lot curiosity to software builders. The lucid textual content and wealth of examples will supply a developer a transparent realizing of ways to take advantage of SQL Server 2005 to an entire new category of database functions. it may be on each SQL Server developer's bookshelf." --Roger Wolter suggestions Architect Microsoft company "While there'll be loads of stable books on SQL Server 2005 improvement, while humans discuss with the 'bible,' they're going to be speaking approximately this book." --Dr.Greg Low Senior advisor Readify Pty Ltd "SQL Server 2005 is loaded with new positive factors and getting a very good review is key to appreciate how one can take advantage of SQL Server 2005's positive aspects as a developer. Bob and Dan's ebook is going past enumerating the recent SQL Server 2005 gains, and should offer you plenty of sturdy examples. They did an exceptional activity outstanding a stability among evaluation and substance." --Michiel Wories Senior application supervisor, SQL Server Microsoft company Few applied sciences were as eagerly expected as Microsoft SQL Server 2005. Now, SQL Server insiders carry the definitive hands-on guide--accurate, finished, and jam-packed with examples. A Developer's advisor to SQL Server 2005 starts off the place Microsoft's documentation, white papers, and net articles depart off, displaying builders easy methods to take complete benefit of SQL Server 2005's key strategies. It attracts on remarkable cooperation from Microsoft's SQL Server builders and the authors' huge entry to SQL Server 2005 given that its earliest alpha releases. you will discover functional factors of the recent SQL Server 2005 facts version, integrated .NET website hosting, superior programmability, SQL:1999 compliance, and masses extra. nearly each key thought is illuminated through pattern code that has been totally up-to-date for and demonstrated with the transport model of the product. Key assurance comprises *Using SQL Server 2005 as a .NET runtime host: extending the server whereas improving protection, reliability, and performance*Writing methods, capabilities, triggers, and kinds in .NET languages*Exploiting improvements to T-SQL for strong error-handling, effective queries, and better syntax*Effectively utilizing the XML information variety and XML queries*Implementing local SQL Server 2005 internet Services*Writing effective, powerful consumers for SQL Server 2005 utilizing ADO.NET, vintage ADO, and different APIs*Taking complete benefit of user-defined varieties (UDTs), question notifications, promotable transactions, and a number of energetic consequence units (MARS)*Using SQL administration gadgets (SMO), SQL carrier dealer, and SQL Server Notification companies to construct built-in purposes

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X and 7 or 2000 were small compared with the huge new feature set of SQL Server 2005. SQL Server 2005 expands in almost every possible dimension: server-side extensibility through the SQL-CLR integration; support for queue-based and message-based constructs and operations in the form of Service Broker; first-class XML integration as a storage object, but also through query extensions in the form of XQuery; and new T-SQL constructs like exception handling, common table expressions, output clauses, and new data types.

Creating two SQL Server data types, creating rules, and binding the rules to the types are shown in Listing 1-4. [2] In SQL Server 2005, alias types can also be defined with a new CREATE TYPE syntax. Listing 1-4. Creating types and binding them to rules -- define two user-defined types EXEC sp_addtype iq, 'FLOAT', 'NULL' EXEC sp_addtype shoesize, 'FLOAT', 'NULL' -- specify constraints CREATE RULE iq_range AS @range between 1 and 200 CREATE RULE shoesize_range AS @range between 1 and 20 -- bind constraint to type EXEC sp_bindrule 'iq_range', 'iq' EXEC sp_bindrule 'shoesize_range', 'shoesize' SQL Server user-defined types have some things in common with SQL distinct types.

This would be possible if shoesize were a SQL standard derived type. In addition, SQL Server user-defined types are comparable based on where the underlying built-in type is comparable, without using the SQL CAST operator. The SQL specification mandates that a user-defined type must be cast to a built-in or user-defined type before it can be used in a comparison operation, but attempting to apply the CAST operator to a user-defined type in SQL Server causes an error. Listing 1-5 shows this difference in behavior.

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