Table of contents for Troubleshooting SQL / Forrest Houlette.

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 Part I: Laying the Groundwork
 1 Choosing a Troubleshooting Environment
 2 Using Best Practices
 3 Preparing Your Troubleshooting Environment

 Part II: Analyzing Problems
 4 Creating Databases
 5 Normalizing Tables
 6 Using Data Types
 7 Selecting Data
 8 Inserting Data
 9 Updating Data
 10 Deleting Data
 11 Grouping and Aggregating Data
 12 Using Joins
 13 Using Subqueries
 14 Using Views

 Part III: Solving Complex Problems
 15 Triggers, Stored Procedures, and Parameters
 16 Transactions
 17 Using Cursors and Exceptions
 18 Trees

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: SQL (Computer program language) Relational databases