See how SQL interfaces with today's environments
Start building and using relational databases with SQL's newest features
The database may be the twenty-first century filing cabinet, but building one is a little more complex than sliding drawers into a metal box. With this book to guide you through all the newest features of SQL, you'll soon be whipping up relational databases, using SQL with XML to power data-driven Web sites, and more!
Discover how to
Use SQL in a client/server system
Build a multitable relational database
Construct nested and recursive queries
Set up database security
Use SQL within applications
Map SQL to XML
About the Author
Allen G. Taylor is a 30-year veteran of the computer industry and the author of 24 books, including Crystal Reports 10 For Dummies, Database Development For Dummies, Access Power Programming with VBA, and SQL Weekend Crash Course. He lectures internationally on databases, networks, innovation, and entrepreneurship. He also teaches database development through a leading online education provider and teaches digital electronics and computer architecture at Portland State University. He teaches computer hardware via distance learning at the International Institute for Information Science & Technology in Shanghai, China. For the latest news on Allen’s activities, check out www.DatabaseCentral.Info. You can contact Allen at email@example.com.