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SQL For Dummies

SQL For Dummies
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 Author(s): Allen G. Taylor
Paperback: 432 pages
ISBN-13: 978-0470046524

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

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