A First Look at Microsoft SQL Server 2005 for Developers by Bob Beauchemin

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By Bob Beauchemin

Few applied sciences were as eagerly expected as Microsoft SQL Server 2005 ("Yukon"). Now, 3 SQL Server insiders convey the definitive hands-on preview - exact, accomplished, and choked with examples. a primary examine SQL Server 2005 for builders starts off the place Microsoft's white papers and internet articles depart off, exhibiting operating builders how you can take complete benefit of Yukon's key recommendations. It attracts on extraordinary cooperation from Microsoft's Yukon builders and the authors' hands-on entry to Yukon due to the fact its earliest alpha releases. you will find functional causes of Yukon's new facts version, integrated .NET website hosting, superior programmability, SQL-99 compliance, and lots more and plenty extra. nearly each key suggestion is illuminated through pattern code established with Microsoft's public beta. Key assurance includes:* Yukon as .NET runtime host: improving safety, reliability, and function* Writing methods, features, and triggers in .NET languages* Leveraging strong new improvements to T-SQL* The XML information kind and XML question languages* SQL Server 2005 as an internet providers platform* Client-side coding: ADO/ADO.NET improvements, SQLXML, mapping, ObjectSpaces, and extra * utilizing SQL Server 2005's integrated program server services"

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Since 2002 we’d badgered the SQL Server and Webdata teams with copious questions about not only how the software worked but why it was designed that way. They were very understanding about our persistence, but sometimes I felt that I was being a bit of a pest. When we started to teach the class in earnest, we tried to pay them back with information about how software vendors and others thought the features would be useful. At that time, Niels and I were writing, and Dan was reviewing and making suggestions; however, Dan got hooked too.

For example, a person type could contain a reference (similar to a pointer) to an address type in a different table, as shown in the following code. CREATE TYPE PERSON ( pers_first_name pers_last_name — other fields omitted pers_base_currency ) VARCHAR(30), VARCHAR(30), REF(ADDRESS) SCOPE ADDR_TAB) CREATE TYPE ADDRESS ( addr_street addr_city addr_state_province addr_postal_code ) VARCHAR(20), VARCHAR(30), VARCHAR(10), VARCHAR(10) CREATE TABLE ADDR_TAB ( addr_oid addr_address ) BIGINT, ADDRESS 9 30610 01 pp.

This allows programmers to use the query language that is most suitable for the job or the one that they are most familiar with. The query abstraction is extensible so that 30610 01 pp. ps 6/3/04 4:59 PM Page 23 OBJECTSPACE S—OBJECTS ON THE MIDDLE TIER OR CLIENT XQuery Compiler Intermediate Format XLT Compiler 2 Compilers SQL Server Query Generator SQL Server Specific Query SQL:1999 Query Generator SQL:1999 Specific Query SQL-92 Query Generator SQL-92 Specific Query 3 Query Generators Example Only Compilers and Generators Added Independently Figure 1-4: Using the Common Query Abstraction to Support Multiple Interoperable Query Languages additional query languages and data sources other than native XML can be plugged in.

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