Book: The Guru's Guide to SQL Server Stored Procedures, XML, and HTML

By Bill Graziano on 5 January 2003 | 0 Comments | Tags: Books


By Ken Hendersen

Explores the nuances and quirks in SQL Server's stored procedure programming language, Transact-SQL. Written for advanced programmers, the book delves into the intricacies of database design, triggers, view objects, user-defined functions, extended storage procedures, and administrative storage procedures. The author also explains how to translate data stored in SQL Server databases into HTML and XML. The CD-ROM contains SQL scripts and programming utilities.

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