Table of contents for Microsoft SQL Server 2005 for dummies / Andrew Watt.


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Introduction ................................................................. 1
Part I: SQL Server 2005: An Overvie..........................                     7
Chapter 1: Introducing SQL Server 2005 ................................................ .................9
Chapter 2: New Features in SQL Server 2005...........................................................21
Chapter 3: Introducing and Configuring Management Studio ....................................35
Part 11: Basic Operations.......................................... 51
Chapter 4: Creating Databases, Tables, and Relationships with T-SQL.....................53
Chapter 5: Asking Questions and Getting Answers .......................................... ...67
Chapter 6: Building a Simple Application..................................................................87
Part 111: Working with SQL Server................................99
Chapter 7: Working  with  XML .......................................................................................01
Chapter 8: Using the Common Language Runtime ...................................................121
Chapter 9: Using  Stored  Procedures ............................................................................ 131
Chapter  10: Error Handling  in  T-SQL............................. ............................................143
Part IV: Protecting your Data.................................... 155
Chapter 11: Securing Your Data............................................................................ 157
Chapter 12: Availability and Preventing Data Loss ....................................................173
Chapter 13: Maintaining Integrity with Transactions ................................................185
Chapter 14: Maintaining Data Integrity with Constraints and Triggers...................191
Part V: Administering a SQL Server System                      ...............209
Chapter 15: Configuring a SQL Server System ...................................................211
Chapter 16: Scheduling SQL Server Agent Jobs .............................................. ...231
Chapter 17: Sending Information Using Notification Services..................................253
Chapter 18: Maintaining a SQL Server System ...................................................261
Chapter 19: Working with Multiple Servers ................................................283
Part VI: Using SQL Server Business
Intelligence     (B1) Services....              ...................................305
Chapter 20: SQL Server Integration Services................................................... ..........307
Chapter 21: Analysis  Services ...............................................................................  337
Chapter 22: Building Business Reports with Reporting Services ............................359
Part VII. The Part of Tens..........................................377
Chapter 23: Ten Sources of Information on SQL Server 2005...................................379
Chapter 24: Products that Work with SQL Server 2005.............................................383



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: SQL server, Client/server computing