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You can also perform most of the stored procedure programming oriented activities described in this book using a stand-alone PC with Windows 98, Windows 2000, or Windows NT Workstation to run one of the following versions of Microsoft SQL Server 2000: Personal Edition Designed for mobile or stand-alone users and applications; does not support some advanced features, such as fail-over clustering, publishing of transactional replications, OLAP Server, or Full Text Search; supports up to two CPUs Developer Edition Licensed to be used only as a development and test server, although it supports all features of Enterprise Edition Desktop Engine Distributable but stripped-down version that software vendors can package and deploy with their systems; part of Microsoft Access and Visual Studio; also known as MSDE; does not contain administrative tools such as Enterprise Manager, Query Analyzer, and Books Online; does not support advanced features such as Analysis Services and replication; database size is limited to 2GB
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Although MSDE is compatible with all other versions of SQL Server 2000 and thus makes an excellent development tool in a stand-alone environment, the absence of administrative tools such as Enterprise Manager and Query Analyzer means that some of the information you find in this book will not be usable right away. I recommend that you obtain some other version (such as Developer Edition or Evaluation Edition), or at least buy a Server/Per-Seat Client Access License (CAL) that will allow you to use administrative tools against MSDE.
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To explore and use XML programming features, you need to install and use: XML for SQL Server Web release (SQLXML) I recommend that you download and install at least SQLXML 3.0, Service Pack 1. Microsoft SOAP Toolkit Download version 2, Service Pack 2 or newer. Microsoft XML Core Services (MSXML) Use version 4, Service Pack 1 or newer. Earlier versions were called Microsoft XML Parser. Internet Information Services (IIS) Use version 5 or newer. Internet Explorer Use version 5 or newer.
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You may have noticed that this book does not include a CD. SQL Server development is a dynamic field, as you will see if you compare the first and second editions of this book. Rather than increase the cost of the book by adding a CD, which would be out of date almost before it hits the bookstore, the publisher and I have chosen to make additional resources available for download via the Web. In addition to the sample database (more information on that in just a bit) that I have created and will use through most of this book, other resources available include: Several tools for source code management and database deployment Set of T-SQL, VBScript and .NET tools for generating, managing, and deploying code of database objects. Sample SQLXML code Visual Studio .NET sample projects for demonstrating use of SQLXML managed classes.
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1: Introduction
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Periodic updates As noted earlier, SQL Server development is a dynamic field, and thus a book on SQL Server needs to be dynamic to meet the evolving needs of its audience. Reader feedback is important to me. Check my web site (www.trigonblue.com) for periodic updates on issues raised by readers. Author s web site Aside from being the source of the sample database and periodic update downloads, the Trigon Blue web site provides a wealth of excellent reference materials and links. Visit the site often for SQL Server and e-business news. While you re there, have a look at the many articles and white papers, and check out Trigon Blue s many product and service offerings. The subject of the Asset sample database created for this book is an asset management system within a fictional organization. Although the database is based on real-world experience within financial institutions, it is also applicable in many other environments. The main purpose of the database is to track assets. Assets are defined as equipment, and all variations in their content, attributes, and shape are recorded as values of properties. The Inventory table tracks location, status, leasing information, and who is currently using each asset. To transfer an asset from one location to another, to assign assets to a different owner or department, to request maintenance, or to request upgrades or new assets, users of the database use orders and order items. Activities performed to complete the order are recorded in the charge log and interdepartment invoices are generated. There are lookup tables used to track provinces, lease frequencies, statuses, and other details.
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