A Developer's Guide to SQL Server 2005 by Bob Beauchemin

By Bob Beauchemin

"I come from a T-SQL history, so while I first laid my eyes on SQL Server 2005, i used to be shocked--and then, i used to be scared! i did not have a CLR or XML history and without notice had an pressing have to study it. SQL Server 2005 is simply too vast of a free up to profit from the books on-line. thankfully, now there's a booklet for builders who have to pass from SQL Server 2000 to SQL Server 2005 and to do it as painlessly as attainable. essentially, it truly is one-stop buying critical builders who've to wake up to hurry speedy. i will maintain this one on my desk--not on my bookshelf. good performed, Bob and Dan!" --Dr. Tom Moreau SQL Server MVP and per 30 days Columnist SQL Server specialist, Brockman Moreau Consulting Inc. "A SQL e-book actually for builders, from experts at the topic. i will be turning to this booklet first while i have to comprehend an element of SQL Server 2005." --Matt Milner teacher Pluralsight "An first-class publication for these people who have to wake up to hurry on what is new in SQL Server 2005. The authors made convinced this e-book comprises the ultimate info for the discharge model of the product. such a lot different books out now are in keeping with beta versions.It covers key parts from XML and SQLCLR to Notification providers. even supposing the big variety of knowledge is excellent, my favourite half used to be the recommendation given on while to exploit what, and the way functionality is affected." --Laura Blood Senior software program Developer Blue notice Computing, Inc. "SQL Server 2005 is a major unencumber with various new good points. a lot of those positive aspects have been designed to make SQL Server a good program improvement platform. This e-book offers accomplished information regarding the SQL Server positive aspects of such a lot curiosity to software builders. The lucid textual content and wealth of examples will supply a developer a transparent realizing of ways to take advantage of SQL Server 2005 to a complete new category of database functions. it's going to be on each SQL Server developer's bookshelf." --Roger Wolter options Architect Microsoft company "While there'll be loads of strong books on SQL Server 2005 improvement, whilst humans seek advice from the 'bible,' they're going to be conversing approximately this book." --Dr.Greg Low Senior advisor Readify Pty Ltd "SQL Server 2005 is loaded with new positive aspects and getting an outstanding review is key to appreciate how one can make the most of SQL Server 2005's positive factors as a developer. Bob and Dan's booklet is going past enumerating the recent SQL Server 2005 gains, and should give you plenty of sturdy examples. They did a very good task impressive a stability among review and substance." --Michiel Wories Senior software supervisor, SQL Server Microsoft company Few applied sciences were as eagerly expected as Microsoft SQL Server 2005. Now, SQL Server insiders convey the definitive hands-on guide--accurate, complete, and choked with examples. A Developer's advisor to SQL Server 2005 begins the place Microsoft's documentation, white papers, and net articles depart off, exhibiting builders easy methods to take complete benefit of SQL Server 2005's key recommendations. It attracts on unparalleled cooperation from Microsoft's SQL Server builders and the authors' large entry to SQL Server 2005 considering the fact that its earliest alpha releases. you can find functional factors of the hot SQL Server 2005 facts version, integrated .NET webhosting, more advantageous programmability, SQL:1999 compliance, and masses extra. nearly each key suggestion is illuminated through pattern code that has been totally up-to-date for and validated with the transport model of the product. Key insurance contains *Using SQL Server 2005 as a .NET runtime host: extending the server whereas improving defense, reliability, and performance*Writing techniques, services, triggers, and kinds in .NET languages*Exploiting improvements to T-SQL for strong error-handling, effective queries, and more suitable syntax*Effectively utilizing the XML info sort and XML queries*Implementing local SQL Server 2005 net Services*Writing effective, strong consumers for SQL Server 2005 utilizing ADO.NET, vintage ADO, and different APIs*Taking complete good thing about user-defined forms (UDTs), question notifications, promotable transactions, and a number of lively end result units (MARS)*Using SQL administration gadgets (SMO), SQL carrier dealer, and SQL Server Notification prone to construct built-in purposes

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NET; Managed C++; JavaScript; and J#, a variant of the Java language that emits IL. NET are also first-class citizens. Code written in different languages can interoperate completely if written to the Common Language Specification (CLS). Even though language features might be radically differentas in Managed C++, where managed and unmanaged code can be mixed in the same programthe feature sets are similar enough that an organization can choose the language that makes the most sense without losing features.

Maybe the head-shakers are right, but I'm not waiting until 2010 to learn XQuery or how to integrate messaging and databases. It doesn't matter whether you choose to wait, however, or use relational exclusively. 0 have the enabling engines for all these data storage, messaging, and query technologies. And the future portends even more work in these areas. Portland, Oregon March 2006 Dan Sullivan This journey started well over two years ago, when Bob asked me whether I would be interested in joining him in creating a course and book about the "new" version of SQL Server that Microsoft was working on.

Listing 1-2 shows a simple extended stored procedure written in C++. Listing 1-2. "; // error handling elided for clarity // describe the output column srv_describe(pSrvProc, 1, "Column 1", SRV_NULLTERM, SRVVARCHAR, strlen(szText), SRVVARCHAR, 0, NULL); // set column length and data srv_setcollen(pSrvProc, 1, strlen(szText)); srv_setcoldata(pSrvProc, 1, szText); // send row srv_sendrow(pSrvProc); // send done message srv_senddone(pSrvProc, (SRV_DONE_COUNT | SRV_DONE_MORE), 0, 1); return (XP_NOERROR); } SQL Server uses structured exception handling to wrap all calls to extended stored procedures.

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