Wrox's SQL Server 2005 Express Edition Starter Kit
What you will learn from this book
- How to create simple, single table applications without writing a single line of code
- Making the transition from SSE to a higher-level version of SQL Server
- The benefits of using XML in your database
- How to deploy your applications using Xcopy
- How to secure your database applications
- How to move your database to a multi-user scenario
Who this book is for
This book is for database or programming novices who want to create and deploy database applications. It is also useful for experienced developers and independent software vendors who intend to develop applications for SSE.
Wrox Starter Kits give you a CD-ROM with the software development tools you need to get started as well as structured tutorials that walk you through all the techniques you need to begin programming right away.
Part I: Introduction and Concepts.
Chapter 1: Getting Started with SQL Server 2005 Express Edition.
Chapter 2: Database Basics with SQL Server Management Studio Express Edition.
Chapter 3: Creating a Simple Database Application.
Part II: Rich Database Applications Development with SQL Server Express.
Chapter 4: Developing a Rich Client Database Application.
Chapter 5: Developing a Rich Web Database Application.
Chapter 6: Understanding Xcopy Deployment and User Instance Model.
Chapter 7: Using XML in Your Database Application.
Chapter 8: Debugging Database Applications.
Part III: Setup and Deployment.
Chapter 9: Understanding SQL Server Express Setup.
Chapter 10: Deploying Your Application.
Chapter 11: Migrating from Microsoft Desktop Engine (MSDE).
Chapter 12: Migrating from Jet and Microsoft Access to MSDE and SSE.
Part IV: Developing Multi-User Applications.
Chapter 13: Securing Your Multi-User Database Application.
Chapter 14: Upgrading from SSE to Other SQL Server 2005 Editions.
Chapter 15: Building Robust Multi-User Database Applications.
Appendix A: Exercise Answers.
Lance Delano is a lead program manager in Visual Studio. Lance has an extensive background in database tools including database design and query tools. He is heavily involved in the customer research, proposals, specification, and program management of SQL Server Express.
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