By Robin Dewson (auth.)
Beginning SQL Server for Developers is the precise e-book for builders new to SQL Server and making plans to create and installation functions opposed to Microsoft’s market-leading database approach for the home windows platform. Now in its fourth version, the ebook is greater to hide the very most modern advancements in SQL Server, together with the in-memory positive factors which are brought in SQL Server 2014.
Within the publication, there are many examples of projects that builders commonly practice. You’ll discover ways to create tables and indexes, and be brought to most sensible practices for securing your worthy facts. You’ll research layout tradeoffs and tips to make sound judgements leading to scalable databases and maintainable code.
SQL Server 2014 introduces in-memory tables and saved tactics. it really is now attainable to speed up functions by way of growing tables (and their indexes) that stay totally in reminiscence, and not on disk. those new, in-memory buildings fluctuate from caching mechanisms of the earlier, and make attainable the terribly speedy execution of particular types of queries comparable to are utilized in enterprise intelligence functions. Beginning SQL Server for builders helps you recognize the guarantees of this new function set whereas averting pitfalls which could ensue while blending in-memory tables and code with conventional, disk-based tables and code.
Beginning SQL Server for Developers takes you thru the total database improvement strategy, from fitting the software program to making a database to writing the code to connect with that database and movement information out and in. by means of the tip of the ebook, you’ll be capable to layout and create reliable and trustworthy database strategies utilizing SQL Server.
- Takes you thru the complete database program improvement lifecycle
- Includes fresh insurance of the in-memory features
- Introduces the freely-available convey Edition
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26 Chapter 2 ■ SQL Server Management Studio TRY IT OUT: TOURING SQL SERVER MANAGEMENT STUDIO 1. To start up SQL Server Management Studio, from Windows 8 you are looking for an app called SQL Server Management Studio or from Windows 7 select Start ➤ All Programs ➤ Microsoft SQL Server ➤ SQL Server Management Studio. If you are using Windows 8, I suggest pinning this app. 2. A Connect to Server dialog box similar to the one in Figure 2-1 should appear automatically. Note the following items in this dialog box: Figure 2-1.
For larger systems, you would hold several meetings, each of which would pinpoint one area of the system to discuss and research. Even then, several meetings may be spent going back and discussing each area. You could also conduct interviews, distribute questionnaires, or even just observe any existing processes in action, all in an effort to gather as much information as possible about the database and how it will be used. The key indicator of whether a database solution is successful is not found so much in the building of the system, but rather in the information-gathering process before the first line of code is actually written.
Obviously, a great deal of information will be discussed in these meetings; some of it is useful and some not. Make sure that the discussions are recorded in the order in which the people present make points and not in “logical” order. This simulates meetings where people “remember” items that have to be catered to, where one point raised may make someone remember a point elsewhere. Out of the initial discussions, you note the following points: 1. The software must be able to handle working with more than one product.