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Solution Manual (Complete Download) for Creating SQL Server 2005 Applications with Visual Studio, Joline Morrison, Michael Morrison, ISBN-10: 0131463551, ISBN-13: 9780131463554, Instantly Downloadable Solution Manual, Complete (ALL CHAPTERS) Solution Manual

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Table of Contents
1. Introduction to Databases
Overview of Databases. The Database Development LIfe Cycle. Entity Relationship Modeling. Using an ER Model to Define Relational Database Tables.
2. Creating SQL Server Databases
Database System Architectures. SQL Server 2005 DBMSsand Client Applications. SQL Server Database Objects. Creating and Managing Databases. Creating Database Tables. Deleting Database Tables. Modifying Existing Database Tables.
3. Creating SQL Queries to View Database Data
Sample Databases. Using SQL Queries to Retrieve Database Data. Using Arithmetic Operations in Queries. Using In-Line Functions in Queries.Using Aggregate Functions in Queries. Formatting Query Output. Retrieving Data From Multiple Tables. Creating Nester Queries. Database Views. Performing Set Operations in Queries.
4. SQL Action Queries and T-SQL Scripts
Inserting, Updating, and Deleting Database Data. Database Transactions and Locking/Blocking. T-SQL Programming. Stores Procedures. User-defined Functions. Triggers.
5. Introduction to Visual Basic and the Visual Basic Integrated Development Environment
.Net Framework. Using the VB Integrates Development Environment (IDE). VB Programming Fundamentals. Controlling Program Flow. User-Defined Procedures.
6. Creating VB .NET Database Applications
Accessing Data in .Net. Creating and Managing Data Access Components in the VB IDE. Common Database Interfaces. Working with Data-Bound Controls. Using Program Commands to Manipulate Data. Creating a Form Combining Data-Bound Controls and Program Commands. Retrieving Data Synchronously.
7. Creating Database Reports
Common Database Report Layouts. Creating A Single-Table Tabular Report. Creating a Report That Displays Data From Multiple Tables. Creating a Master-Details Report with Multiple Master-Detail Relationships. Adding Summary and Formula Fields to a Report. Creating a Report That Accepts an Input Parameter.
8. Creating Web-based Database Applications Using ASP.NET
Introduction to the World Wide Web. Web Addressing Concepts. HyperText Markup Language. Introduction to ASP.NET.Creating Web Database Forms.
9. Using XML in Database Applications
Introduction to XML. Creating SQL Server Queries to Retrieve XML-Formatted Data. Extensivke Stylesheet Language Transformation (XSLTs). Creating and Processing XML Documents Using Data Sets. Using .NET Program Commands to Create XML Files and Add XML Elements. Sharing XML Data Using XML Web Services.
10. SQL Server Database Administration
SQL Server Database Management Tools. Database Indexing. Security and User Authentication. Backup and Recovery. Deploying Database Applications.
Appendix A: Configuring a client/server SQL Server application development environment
Appendix B: Configuring a SQL Express development environment