Book: Code Centric: T-SQL Programming with Stored Procedures and Triggers

By Bill Graziano on 6 January 2003 | 0 Comments | Tags: Books


By Garth Wells

Garth has written numerous articles on SQLTeam including Dynamic ORDER BY and Using COALESCE to Build Comma-Delimited String. The book jacket reads "If you want to learn how to write stored procedures and triggers for Microsoft SQL Server, Code Centric: T-SQL Programming with Stored Procedures and Triggers is the book for you. You'll learn "real-world" coding and how to build non-trivial applications. All of the examples covered in the book are available for download, making it easier to work through over 5,000 lines of sample code . . ."

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