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From Access to SQL Server - Sinclair, Russell
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[ED: Softcover], [PU: Springer, Berlin Apress], In 1992 Microsoft released the first version of a product called Microsoft Access which has become the de facto desktop database for software development. The application caught on not only as a database tool but also as a development environment. However, Access is not without its flaws, and developers have found that their Access database quickly reaches its limit with regard to the number of users and quantity of information it can handle. As a result, many developers are choosing to move their databases from Access to SQL Server.The process of migrating a database from Access to SQL Server is fraught with problems and "pitfalls" that many developers do not expect. In this book, Russell Sinclair explores the methodology behind this type of database migration and teaches developers what they need to know to successfully complete such a project.Note that while Microsoft does provide simple tools for this type of migration and some documentation for simple transitions, these are quite insufficient for a successful migration of any complex system that would be encountered in the real world. Most migrations from Access to SQL Server fail due to a lack of understanding as to the differences between the two systems and also how Microsoft Access front ends talk to SQL Server.About the author:Russell Sinclair is a senior programmer with Questica Inc., a company specializing in software for the customized machinery manufacturing industry. He is a frequent contributor to "Smart Access" and has extensive development experience in Access and SQL Server. Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2000. xiii, 340 S. XIII, 340 p. 235 mm Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot

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In 1992 Microsoft released the first version of a product called Microsoft Access which has become the de facto desktop database for software development. The application caught on not only as a database tool but also as a development environment. However, Access is not without its flaws, and developers have found that their Access database quickly reaches its limit with regard to the number of users and quantity of information it can handle. As a result, many developers are choosing to move their databases from Access to SQL Server.The process of migrating a database from Access to SQL Server is fraught with problems and ´´pitfalls´´ that many developers do not expect. In this book, Russell Sinclair explores the methodology behind this type of database migration and teaches developers what they need to know to successfully complete such a project.Note that while Microsoft does provide simple tools for this type of migration and some documentation for simple transitions, these are quite insufficient for a successful migration of any complex system that would be encountered in the real world. Most migrations from Access to SQL Server fail due to a lack of understanding as to the differences between the two systems and also how Microsoft Access front ends talk to SQL Server.About the author:Russell Sinclair is a senior programmer with Questica Inc., a company specializing in software for the customized machinery manufacturing industry. He is a frequent contributor to ´´Smart Access´´ and has extensive development experience in Access and SQL Server. Moving from Access to Microsoft SQL Server Bücher > Fremdsprachige Bücher > Englische Bücher Taschenbuch 31.08.2000 Buch (fremdspr.), Springer A Pr Trade, .200

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Moving from Access to Microsoft SQL Server In 1992 Microsoft released the first version of a product called Microsoft Access which has become the de facto desktop database for software development. The application caught on not only as a database tool but also as a development environment. However, Access is not without its flaws, and developers have found that their Access database quickly reaches its limit with regard to the number of users and quantity of information it can handle. As a result, many developers are choosing to move their databases from Access to SQL Server.The process of migrating a database from Access to SQL Server is fraught with problems and "pitfalls" that many developers do not expect. In this book, Russell Sinclair explores the methodology behind this type of database migration and teaches developers what they need to know to successfully complete such a project.Note that while Microsoft does provide simple tools for this type of migration and some documentation for simple transitions, these are quite insufficient for a successful migration of any complex system that would be encountered in the real world. Most migrations from Access to SQL Server fail due to a lack of understanding as to the differences between the two systems and also how Microsoft Access front ends talk to SQL Server.About the author:Russell Sinclair is a senior programmer with Questica Inc., a company specializing in software for the customized machinery manufacturing industry. He is a frequent contributor to "Smart Access" and has extensive development experience in Access and SQL Server. Bücher / Fremdsprachige Bücher / Englische Bücher 978-1-893115-24-8, Springer A Pr Trade

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From Access to SQL Server
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From Access to SQL Server

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In 1992 Microsoft released the first version of a product called Microsoft Access which has become the de facto desktop database for software development. The application caught on not only as a database tool but also as a development environment. However, Access is not without its flaws, and developers have found that their Access database quickly reaches its limit with regard to the number of users and quantity of information it can handle. As a result, many developers are choosing to move their databases from Access to SQL Server.The process of migrating a database from Access to SQL Server is fraught with problems and "pitfalls" that many developers do not expect. In this book, Russell Sinclair explores the methodology behind this type of database migration and teaches developers what they need to know to successfully complete such a project.Note that while Microsoft does provide simple tools for this type of migration and some documentation for simple transitions, these are quite insufficient for a successful migration of any complex system that would be encountered in the real world. Most migrations from Access to SQL Server fail due to a lack of understanding as to the differences between the two systems and also how Microsoft Access front ends talk to SQL Server.About the author:Russell Sinclair is a senior programmer with Questica Inc., a company specializing in software for the customized machinery manufacturing industry. He is a frequent contributor to "Smart Access" and has extensive development experience in Access and SQL Server. TOC:Introduction.- What is SQL Server?- Why Upgrade?- Planning the Upgrade.- The Microsoft Wizard.- Using Data Transformation Services.- Using SQL Server.- Tables and Views.- Stored Procedures.- Connecting the Access front end to SQL Server.- Working with Data from SQL Server.- Optimizing the Access front-end.- Access design considerations.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781893115248
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1893115240
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Date de parution: 2000
Editeur: SPRINGER VERLAG GMBH
340 Pages
Poids: 0,640 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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