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Microsoft Access 2000 Developer's Guide to Microsoft SQL Server provides much needed information and guidance for the Access power user or developer who wants to exploit the power of SQL Server. Written by Access experts and Microsoft MVPs Mary Chipman and Andy Baron, this hands-on guide provides you with the practical knowledge you need to harness the enterprise-level power and scalability SQL Server offers, while using the Access tools you are familiar with. More than just a migration guide, you will benefit from the authors' expert discussions of topics including the new Microsoft Database Engine (MSDE), Transact SQL, building stored procedures and views, converting your applications to SQL Server, working with SQL Server security, and building Access interfaces to SQL Server databases.
Mary Chipman and Andy Baron are senior consultants with MCW Technologies. They are contributing editors for the two leading Access journals, Smart Access and Access VB Office Advisor and speak regularly at industry conferences. In addition, they conduct training seminars for the Application Developers Training Company, and have been designated Access MVPs by Microsoft based on their contributions to Microsoft's online support. Lead Author Mary Chipman has co-authored two books on SQL Server--The Access and SQL Server Developers Handbook, and SQL Server 7 In Record Time.
Everything I needed to complete the job -and improve my skills. The platform(s) referenced are a bit old, but the content of the book and the ideas pushed still stands.Published 6 months ago by Ulf Jensen
This book was certainly great when it was first published. Unfortunately, it is outdated. Still I learned quite some interesting techniques. Read morePublished on 16 Sept. 2013 by Luc F. Appelmans
Just what you'd expect when ordering, what more can you say other than it does pretty much what it says on the tin...what more you could ask forPublished on 15 April 2013 by Mr. V. C. Jordan
I guess it was not reviewed for condition too closely as I had to use anti-bacteria wipes on the cover before I would even pick the book up.Published on 8 April 2013 by On L.