From the Back Cover
Check out enhanced security, Integration Services, Reporting Services, and more
What’s new in SQL Server 2005? Plenty, and this guide will help make it all clear! You’ll get the rundown on how to create databases, create queries using the traditional Transact-SQL language, work with the Common Language Runtime, use the new user interface to manage SQL Server 2005, generate business intelligence applications, and more — in plain English.
Discover how to:
– Formulate and run queries
– Create databases, tables, and relationships
– Create stored procedures and triggers
– Secure your data and protect it from loss
– Create business intelligence applications
– Maintain a SQL Server system
About the Author
Andrew Watt (Scotland, UK) is a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP). He specializes in Microsoft technologies, including the SQL Server database and InfoPath. He is an independent consultant and experienced computer book author. He first used SQL Server in version 7.0. He is using SQL Server 2005 beta in the beta programs since August 2003.