Understanding SQL 2005's new PIVOT clause
SQL Server 2005 has lots of new tricks up its sleeve. During our user group meeting this past Wednesday night there was a question about how to use one such enhancement: the PIVOT statement. You can think of this like a two dimensional GROUP BY. It's
Teach Yourself SQL in 21 Days, Second Edition
Table of Contents:
Week 1 at a Glance
Day 1 Introduction to SQL Day 2 Introduction to the Query: The SELECT Statement Day 3 Expressions, Conditions, and Operators Day 4 Functions: Molding the Data You Retrieve Day 5 Clauses in SQL Da
SQL Server architecture (top)
What is a transaction and what are ACID properties?
A transaction is a logical unit of work in which, all the steps must be performed or none. ACID stands for Atomicity, Consistency, Isolation, Durability. These are the properties of a transaction. For more info
SEQUEL SERVER 2000
➢ Microsoft SQL Server is a client/server database engine.
➢ Microsoft SQL Server is a client/server – based relational database management system.
Advantages of Client-Server compu
Backup and Restore of SQL Server Databases
SQL Server 2012 Books Online
Summary: This book describes the benefits of backing up SQL Server databases, basic backup and restore terms, and introduces backup and restore strategies for SQL Server and security considerations for SQL Server backup and
SQL INTRODUCTION Diaz, Francis Lorenzo A. BSM CS 3B G2
History of SQL
SQL began life as SEQUEL11, the Structured English Query Language, a component of an IBM research project called System/R. System/R was a prototype of the first relational database system; it was created at IBM’s San Jose la
Data Warehouse Scalability Features
In SQL Server 2008
With the 2008 release, SQL Server makes a major advance in scalability for data warehousing. It meets the data warehouse needs of the largest enterprises more easily than ever.
SQL Server 2008 provides a range of integrated products that