Book: SQL Server System Administration

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


By Chris Miller (RocketScientist) and Sean Baird (sqlguru)

This book is focused on SQL Server administration for Microsoft SQL Server 7. It isn't an introductory book but covers more intermediate and advanced topics. The book jacket says "Users new to SQL Server administration will find that this book's real-world approach makes their experience infinitely easier. The authors point out typical pitfalls and how to avoid them. For experienced administrators, the in-depth treatment of new features will make the transition to SQL Server 7 much less painful then it might otherwise be, given that items as fundamental as a "device" are no longer part of SQL Server"

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