New PDF release: A First Look at Microsoft SQL Server 2005 for Developers

By Bob Beauchemin

ISBN-10: 0321180593

ISBN-13: 9780321180599

Few applied sciences were as eagerly expected as Microsoft SQL Server 2005 ("Yukon"). Now, 3 SQL Server insiders convey the definitive hands-on preview - actual, finished, and filled with examples. a primary examine SQL Server 2005 for builders begins the place Microsoft's white papers and internet articles depart off, displaying operating builders the right way to take complete good thing about Yukon's key ideas. It attracts on extraordinary cooperation from Microsoft's Yukon builders and the authors' hands-on entry to Yukon considering that its earliest alpha releases. you will find functional factors of Yukon's new info version, integrated .NET webhosting, greater programmability, SQL-99 compliance, and masses extra. almost each key idea is illuminated through pattern code verified with Microsoft's public beta. Key insurance includes:* Yukon as .NET runtime host: improving safeguard, reliability, and function* Writing methods, services, and triggers in .NET languages* Leveraging robust new improvements to T-SQL* The XML information sort and XML question languages* SQL Server 2005 as an online companies platform* Client-side coding: ADO/ADO.NET improvements, SQLXML, mapping, ObjectSpaces, and extra * utilizing SQL Server 2005's integrated software server functions"

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NET’s SqlClient and the client-side XML stack featuring its own XQuery engine. Client-side XQuery works against XML documents on the file system, against SQL Server, or both at the same time. ps 6/3/04 4:58 PM Page xxxiv xxxiv PREFACE Finally, there are those developers who would rather not know that the database exists at all. They deal in objects and would just like to call “Load” and “Save” on their object model and have it taken care of. They’re more interested in their business or application domain than in how to create a distributed partitioned view to spread the Customer table over multiple SQL Server instances.

An extended stored procedure that does data access also requires a connection to the database even though it runs inside of SQL Server itself. T-SQL directly accesses data in the storage engine and does not require a connection. Listing 1-2 shows a simple extended stored procedure written in C++. ”; // error handling elided for clarity // describe the output column 5 30610 01 pp. ps 6/3/04 4:59 PM Page 6 INTRODUCTION 6 srv_describe(pSrvProc, 1, “Column 1”, SRV_NULLTERM, SRVVARCHAR, strlen(szText), SRVVARCHAR, 0, NULL); // set column length and data srv_setcollen(pSrvProc, 1, strlen(szText)); srv_setcoldata(pSrvProc, 1, szText); // send row srv_sendrow(pSrvProc); // send done message srv_senddone(pSrvProc, (SRV_DONE_COUNT | SRV_DONE_MORE), 0, 1); return (XP_NOERROR); } SQL Server uses structured exception handling to wrap all calls to extended stored procedures.

The last part of this book talks about client and application server features enabled either inside or outside SQL Server itself. NET’s SqlClient and the client-side XML stack featuring its own XQuery engine. Client-side XQuery works against XML documents on the file system, against SQL Server, or both at the same time. ps 6/3/04 4:58 PM Page xxxiv xxxiv PREFACE Finally, there are those developers who would rather not know that the database exists at all. They deal in objects and would just like to call “Load” and “Save” on their object model and have it taken care of.

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