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  1. #1
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    Question Unanswered: SQL Server Books

    Hi,

    I want to purchase 2 books.

    One will exlpain the fundamental of designing an excellent database. Including table creation, ER modelling etc. Is there one book that stands out above the rest????

    Secondly what is the best book for SQL server 2000programming that is on the market today??

    Thanks for the help

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    Re: SQL Server Books

    Originally posted by mickster_kenn
    Hi,

    I want to purchase 2 books.

    One will exlpain the fundamental of designing an excellent database. Including table creation, ER modelling etc. Is there one book that stands out above the rest????

    Secondly what is the best book for SQL server 2000programming that is on the market today??

    Thanks for the help
    Has this been posted on the wrong forum???

    Surely somebody must have some ideas about the above questions!!

    THanks

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    Re: SQL Server Books

    Originally posted by mickster_kenn
    Hi,

    I want to purchase 2 books.

    One will exlpain the fundamental of designing an excellent database. Including table creation, ER modelling etc. Is there one book that stands out above the rest????

    Secondly what is the best book for SQL server 2000programming that is on the market today??

    Thanks for the help
    I purchased a book called something like "Learn SQL in a weekend" or something like that--exact name escapes me. Good beginners book. For the next level I've been reading "Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Unleashed". I think that both are good level 1 & level 2 books.

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    Head to this page for not only books but good URL's as well. It is good that you want to learn modeling at the same time as programming, too many people learn programming without modeling.

    http://www.aspfaq.com/show.asp?id=2423

    HTH
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    Ray Higdon MCSE, MCDBA, CCNA

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    THanks for the help folks!!

    Anybody got anymore advice?

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