ISBN 9788120327405,Introducing Microsoft Sql Sercer 2005 For Developers

Introducing Microsoft Sql Sercer 2005 For Developers

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Phi Learning Private Limited

Publication Year 2005

ISBN 9788120327405

ISBN-10 8120327403


Number of Pages 268 Pages
Language (English)

Computer programming

Expertly introduces the new programmability, business intelligence, and enterprise data management features in the next version of SQL Server--from a developer's point of view - Demonstrates how the technology's tighter integration with Visual Studio and the .NET Framework, SQL Server Workbench, and shared language base provide end-to-end development tools - With code samples in both T-SQL and C#, readers can tap into their existing programming skills to get productive right away with the new SQL Server Yokon is the next major release for SQL Server. With a major emphasis on features for developers, including tighter integration with Visual Studio, innovation for Yokon concentrates or programmability, business intelligence, and enterprise data management. From Yukon Overview NDA.ppt on http: //sqlweb, the following points speak directly to the developer audience Enable developers to take advantage of existing skills - Use existing tools/processes (VS, SourceSafe, etc) - Multiple languages: T-SQL, VB.NET, C#... - One development framework for relational, XML, OLAP Extend and connect data across any platform - Native support for XML, Web Services - Interoperability with any platform, application - Open standards: HTTP, Soap, WSDL, XQuery, XSD Provide end-to-end development tools - Integrated SQL Server Workbench - Simplified and consistent source control environment - Work in Project and Server modes for fast deployment Yukon will bring together .NET developers and the T-SQL programmers by providing a common development environment, .NET integration and a shared language base.

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