Beginning SQL Server 2008 for Developers: From Novice to by Robin Dewson

By Robin Dewson

Starting SQL Server 2008 for builders is the starting-point within the Apress roadmap of titles for builders who desire to base their initiatives upon Microsoft's flagship database administration procedure. The publication takes builders from the purpose of putting in SQL Server 2008, during the strategy of storing, retrieving, and securing facts, to the purpose of having the ability to serve up enterprise stories utilizing SQL Server 2008 Reporting companies.

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Full Screen: Removes title bars and explorer windows, and then maximizes SSMS to show as much of the main pages as possible. Figure 2-8. book Page 32 Monday, June 30, 2008 3:01 PM 32 CHAPTER 2 ■ SQL S ERVER MAN AGEME NT STUDIO 11. SQL Server has two built-in tools as well as the capability to include other tools when they are launched. These can be accessed through the Tools menu, shown in Figure 2-9, along with the means to customize keyboard commands, show or hide toolbar buttons, and so on, as is the case with other Microsoft products such as Word.

NET code is an advanced topic and outside the scope of this book. For more information, try Pro SQL Server 2005 Assemblies by Robin Dewson and Julian Skinner (Apress, 2005). fm Page 7 Monday, June 30, 2008 5:01 PM C HAPT ER 1 ■ SQL SE RVER 20 08 OVERVIEW A ND IN STALLA TION Once this is installed, you are presented with the SQL Server Installation Center. This screen, shown in Figure 1-1,deals with planning an installation, setup processes, including new installations, upgrades from previous versions of SQL Server, and many other options for maintaining SQL Server installations.

Of these components, Analysis Services and Business Intelligence Development Studio fall outside the scope of this book, and we only touch upon Integration Services as mentioned. ■Note At this point, SQL Server no longer has the option to install the sample databases. com/SqlServerSamples. Naming the Instance As you know, SQL Server is installed on a computer. It is possible to install SQL Server more than once on one computer. This could happen when you have a powerful server and it has enough resources such as memory and processor to cope with two or three different applications running.

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