Scan through full texts of slightly outdated database books covering Access, Informix, Oracle, SQL Server and various programming languages.
This article describes how to change the location of the data and log files for any SQL Server 7.0 or SQL Server 2000 database.
by Various Writers – Learn the basics of how to program Analysis Services using ADO MD from the book, Professional SQL Server 2000 Data Warehousing with Analysis Services from Wrox Press.
Mike Brown and Jeni Tennison have developed a stylesheet for pretty printing XML. The stylesheet creates an HTML and CSS representation. A version that produces plain ASCII output is also available.
by Sandip H. Mandera – Successful e-commerce requires disparate businesses to be able to discover the services offered by others and integrate those services within their existing infrastructure. Therefore, Web services must use standard technologies for service discovery, service descriptions, and
by Martin Gudgin, Timothy Ewald – In last month's column we put a stake in the ground, offering a definition of "web service". This month we're going to examine one of the underlying protocols upon which such services are being built, namely, SOAP. The original SOAP specification, ve
This book is for VB programmers, with a grasp of ASP and SQL, who want to leverage their skills into producing high quality, low cost e-commerce solutions for small businesses. This book will take you from apllication development to ISP-hosted solution deployment. To get the most from this book you’
By Itzik Ben-Gan and Thomas Moreau – This article is a chapter excerpt from the book Advanced Transact-SQL for SQL Server 2000 from APress Books. This chapter covers the use of declarative referential integrity as well as the use of triggers to maintain data integrity.
By Brian Moran – Publicly, Microsoft loves and supports Java. But let’s face it, Java is a four-letter word to most people in Redmond. Microsoft architects (especially the .NET folks) probably wouldn’t mind if Java and its related platforms simply faded away so that Microsoft could get on with the b
Until now, there has been no off-the-shelf way to perform command-line Extensible Stylesheet Language (XSL) transformations using the Microsoft® XSL processor. MSXSL is a small command-line utility that invokes MSXML3.DLL or MSXML4.DLL to perform the transformation.