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SQL Server T-SQL Recipes is aimed at developers deploying don't already have it, you'll find the AdventureWorks example database. This unique cookbook contains a wealth of solutions to problems that SQL programmers face all the time. The recipes inside range from how to perform simple. SQL Server Transact-SQL. Recipes. Joseph Sack ion ilable. Get the job done with SQL Server's powerful database programming and query language.
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Calculating a Matrix Trace 3. Comparing Two Matrices for Size 3.
Adding and Subtracting Matrices 3. Multiplying Matrices 4.
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Hierarchies in SQL 4. Types of Hierarchies 4. Creating a Permission Hierarchy 4. Changing Individual Permissions 4.
Adding New Individual Permissions 4. Centralizing Authorization Logic 4. Implementing General Hierarchies 4. Traversing Hierarchies Recursively 4. Manipulating Hierarchies Recursively 4.
Aggregating Hierarchies 4. Preparing Multilevel Operations 4. Aggregating Hierarchies Revised 5. Temporal Data 5. Introduction 5.
SQL Server T-SQL Recipes, 4th Edition.pdf
The Schedules Example 5. Enforcing Granularity Rules 5. Storing Out-of-Range Temporal Values 5. Deriving the First and Last Dates of the Month 5. Printing Calendars 5.
Calculating Durations 5. Reporting Durations 5. Querying Periods 5.
SQL Server T-SQL Recipes, 4th Edition
Querying Periods and Respecting Granularity 5. Finding Available Periods 5. Finding Common Available Periods 5. Excluding Recurrent Events 5. Excluding Nonrecurring Events 5. Finding Continuous Periods 5. Using Calendar Information with Periods 5. Using Calendar Information with Durations 6. Audit Logging 6.
Audit Logs 6. The Warehouse Example 6. Row-Level Logging 6. Reporting Log Events 6. Generating Current Snapshots 6. Generating Time-Restricted Snapshots 6. Undoing Table Changes 6.
SQL Server T-SQL Recipes
Minimizing Audit-Log Space Consumption 6. Online Account Balancing 6.
Activity-Level Logging 6. Partitioning Large Log Tables 6. Server Push 7. Importing and Transforming Data 7. Considerations When Importing Data 7. Working Examples 7. Importing External Data 7. Importing Data into a Live System 7.
Importing with a Single Procedure 7. Hiding the Import Procedure 7. Folding Tables 7. Pivoting Tables 7.
Joining Arrays with Tables 7. Joining Arrays with Master Tables 7. Joining Arrays with Multiple Master Records 7. Extracting Master Records from Tables 7. Generating Master Records Online 7. Working with Duplicates 8. Statistics in SQL 8.
Statistical Concepts 8. The Light-Bulb Factory Example 8. Calculating a Mean 8. Calculating a Mode 8. The second book in the list is about SQL code smells, which talks about common SQL practices which every programmer should avoid dealing with the database.
It contains code smells and I think the list is probably growing to , you can find more SQL code smells on their website.
This is again a good book for all developers who write SQL queries or deal with the database. The third and fourth book is about Microsoft SQL Server database, one focus on transaction log management, probably an advanced concept for many developers but very useful for DBAs and the second one is an introductory book on Microsoft SQL server database.
A good book if you want to learn SQL Server from scratch. The list is by no means exhaustive and first, a couple of books are really short which you can finish in a couple of days but they are also packed with a lot of useful information which every programmer who writes SQL query or works with the database should be aware of. This book will immensely help you to improve your application's database performance.
You can download this book as PDF and read offline.
You can also check their website for more database performance tips. I strongly recommend every developer to read this book because SQL is an essential part of programming career and knowledge you will gain by reading this book will serve you for a long time. It covers performing transaction log backup and restore monitoring and managing log growth, including quick diagnosis of the causes of rapid growth, and optimizing log architecture to maximize log throughput and availability.
Once again big thanks to Red Gate for providing these quality books for free. It's a multi-part course but quite good from the admin perspective.Stored procedures can have both input and output parameters and can contain statements to control the flow of the code, such as IF and WHILE statements.
Generating Time-Restricted Snapshots 6. Whenever possible you should use Windows Authentication. Temporal data. Comparing Two Rows in an Array 3. Procedures To create a view 1.