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Microsoft SQL Server 7 DBA Survival Guide

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ISBN-10: 0672312263

ISBN-13: 9780672312267

Edition: 3rd 1999

Authors: Mark Spenik

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The focus of the books in Sams' Survival Guide series is to teach readers how to perform their job duties in addition to teaching them the featured product. This book offers a guide to Microsoft SQL Server 7.
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Book details

List price: $49.99
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 1999
Publisher: Sams
Publication date: 1/22/1999
Binding: Mixed Media
Pages: 1080
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.25" long x 2.25" tall
Weight: 3.784
Language: English

Introduction to Client/Server Database Computing
The Role of the Database Administrator
The World of Microsoft's SQL Server
The Evolution of SQL Server
SQL Server Overview
Installing and Upgrading SQL Server
Planning an Installation or Upgrade
Installing or Upgrading SQL Server
Database Operation
Enterprise Management Processes
Database Management
Managing SQL Server Users and Security
Backup and Restore
Using BCP
Distributed Transaction Coordinator
Troubleshooting SQL Server
Miscellaneous Topics and New SQL Server Utilities
Transactional Replication
Snapshot and Merge Replication
Performance and Tuning
SQL Server Internals - Changes and Enhancements
Monitoring SQL Server
Configuring and Tuning SQL Server
Database Design Issues
Understanding Indexes
Query Optimization
Multi-User Considerations
Advanced DBA Topics
SQL Essentials
Using Stored Procedures and Cursors
Using SQL-DMO (Distributed Management Objects)
SQL Server 7.0 and the Internet
Automating Maintenance and Administration Tasks
Developing a SQL Server Maintenance Plan
Automating Database Administration Tasks
Data Warehousing
Introduction to Data Warehousing
Using Data Transformation Services (DTS)
Introduction to Microsoft SQL Server OLAP Services
Naming Conventions
DBCC Commands
SQL Server Resources
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