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SQL For Dummies (6th Edition)

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Allen G. Taylor, «SQL For Dummies (Sql for Dummies)»
For Dummies | ISBN 047004652X | 6 edition (August 14, 2006) | PDF | 3.15 Mb | 432 pages



This is the rare case of a book that can take you from a beginner to an advanced-intermediate level. Like many of the books in IDG's Dummies series, this volume begins with a definition ("What is SQL?") and ends with "The Part of Tens," a collection of tips in a top ten list form. Taylor writes in a breezy, entertaining style that SQL novices will find inviting. One caveat: The examples are given in Borland's Delphi, a rapid application development (RAD) tool. Some sections show several screen shots from Delphi and it may be difficult to follow along in these sections if you don't have the program in front of you. As with other Dummies books, SQL for Dummies is entertaining to read although the nonstop jokes may distract some readers from the technical content.


From the Back Cover
See how SQL interfaces with today's environments

Start building and using relational databases with SQL's newest features

The database may be the twenty-first century filing cabinet, but building one is a little more complex than sliding drawers into a metal box. With this book to guide you through all the newest features of SQL, you'll soon be whipping up relational databases, using SQL with XML to power data-driven Web sites, and more!

Discover how to

* Use SQL in a client/server system
* Build a multitable relational database
* Construct nested and recursive queries
* Set up database security
* Use SQL within applications
* Map SQL to XML



About the Author
Allen G. Taylor is a 30-year veteran of the computer industry. He teaches database development internationally through a leading online education provider and has written more than 20 books.



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