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Figure 1-1. Beginning the install with the Installation Center
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CHAPTER 1 SQL S ERVER 2008 OVERV IEW A ND INSTALLA TION
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Figure 1-2. System configuration checks
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We now come to the Feature Selection screen, where we have to make some decisions. As you see in Figure 1-3, this installation will have everything installed, because this will be your development instance where you ll be testing every aspect of SQL Server away from any development of projects taking place. This is therefore going to be more of a training environment. However, you can be selective regarding what parts of the components you want to install. For this book, you will need Database Engine Services, Reporting Services, Client Tools, and Business Intelligence Development Studio for building reports, so ensure at least that these are checked.
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C HAPT ER 1 SQL SE RVER 20 08 OVERVIEW A ND IN STALLA TION
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Figure 1-3. Selecting every component to install Let s briefly take a look at most of these components: Database Engine Services: This is the main core for SQL Server 2008 and installs the main engine, data files, etc., to make SQL Server run. SQL Server Replication: When you want to send data changes not only on the database it is being executed on, but also on a similar database that has been built to duplicate those changes, then you can use this option to replicate the changes to that database. Full text search: This option lets you allow searching of the text within your database. Analysis Services: Using this tool, you can take a set of data and dice and slice and analyze the information contained.
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Reporting Services: This allows reports to be produced from SQL Server instead of using thirdparty tools such as Crystal Reports. We look at this component in more detail in 14. Client Tools: Some of these tools sit on the client machine and provide the graphical interface to SQL Server, while others sit on the client and work with SQL Server. This is the option you would package up for rollout to developers to sit on their machines. Microsoft Sync Framework: When working with offline applications such as those on mobile devices, there has to be some sort of synchronization mechanism in place. This option allows these interactions to occur. SQL Server Books online: This is the help system. If you need more information, clarification, or extra detail on any area of SQL Server, then this is the area to turn to. Business Intelligence Development Studio: When you want to analyze data using analysisbased services, then you can use this GUI to interact with your database. This book doesn t cover this option. Integration Services: This final option allows you to build processes to complete actions, such as importing data from other data sources and manipulating the data. You will see Integration Services in action in 7 when we look at building a backup maintenance plan. Of these components, Analysis Services and Business Intelligence Development Studio fall outside the scope of this book, and we only touch upon Integration Services as mentioned.
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Note At this point, SQL Server no longer has the option to install the sample databases. Microsoft is also altering the way sample databases and samples are delivered, so you may find newer versions on the SQL Server web site, http://www.microsoft.com/sql, or at http://www.codeplex.com/SqlServerSamples.
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Naming the Instance
As you know, SQL Server is installed on a computer. It is possible to install SQL Server more than once on one computer. This could happen when you have a powerful server and it has enough resources such as memory and processor to cope with two or three different applications running. These different applications want to have their own SQL Server databases. Each install is called an instance. We are now at the stage that we can name the instance of the install. Each instance must have a unique name attached to it, although no name, known as a default instance, is also classified as a unique name. Naming instances is important as the first step to organizing your environments. For example, you may have an instance for development, another instance for system testing, and finally one for user testing. It is bad practice to share production server hardware with anything but production databases. If you don t, and if you have a rogue development action that occurs and crashes the server, you will stop production from running. Although you would have to make this decision at the start of the install process you are currently going through, it is a useful second reminder here when naming the instance. The default instance is available, which is what is selected when you are not giving the install a specific name; once you install SQL Server outside of a learning environment, you should avoid this, as it gives you an installation with no name and therefore no hint as to its use. As you are still learning, the easiest option to understand is to use the default instance, so select Default Instance as shown in Figure 1-4 and then click Next.Once you have instances installed on the server, they will be listed here. You can also see the path detailed for each of the directories for the three services selected in the previous step.
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