Windows® 2000 provides a host of innovative services to satisfy the most demanding security needs. DESIGNING SECURE WEB-BASED APPLICATIONS FOR MICROSOFT® WINDOWS 2000 provides an authoritative, end-to-end view of all the major Windows 2000 security services. This book gives you a solid foundation in
Tag: sql server
Server options affect the behavior of SQL Server on a global scale. There are a significant number of configuration options available for tuning a server. The first thing many inexperienced DBAs will do is tweak as many server options as possible. This is the wrong approach. In many cases, the defau
Every day, organizations move vast quantities of information between corporate, branch, and mobile offices using distributed database applications. The challenge is to deliver this data quickly and reliably across a mix of disparate networks and computing platforms. By offering a variety of replicat
By Ken Spencer-Data-access code is usually the foundation to building any Web application. Developers typically write ADO code that uses either the Command or Recordset object and sets various properties. Then, the code either executes a SQL statement or calls a stored procedure. Creating this code
Database developers have long understood the importance of designing a database to scale appropriately to accommodate future requirements. When developing a Microsoft Access 2000 database, it’s important to consider which engine the database will use: Microsoft Jet 4.0 or Microsoft Data Engine (MSDE
Microsoft has released beta 1 versions of two new software development kits (SDKs) for its .NET suite. The .NET Framework and .NET Mobile Web SDKs are available for download at http://www.msdn.microsoft.com/downloads/default.asp.
SQL Server 7.0 specifically addresses these mobile-computing requirements. It provides scalability from laptop computers to Symmetric Multiprocessing (SMP) servers, enabling the same application to be deployed on the widest range of options available. SQL Server Desktop, which runs on Microsoft Wind
Microsoft has released a security patch to repair a flaw in an application programming interface (API) that works with extended stored procedures (XPs). A user exploiting this breach could execute foreign code or shut down the server.
by Karen Watterson, Bill Shadish, Garth Wells-How to get take complete advantage of your SQL Server database. SQL Server maven Karen Watterson is back with another invaluable batch of her trademark wisdom and expertise. Unlike other books that simply introduce database administrators and developers
This document introduces SQL Server administrators and developers to the new security features of SQL Server 2000. In addition to outlining the new features, there is a detailed discussion about how to best implement security in a Microsoft Windows® 2000 domain environment as well as source code exa