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BOOK: Professional SQL Server 2005 Programming ISBN: 0-7645-8434-0
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Old December 29th, 2009, 08:40 PM
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Default code available for download is clearly incomplete

Most of the Wrox books have standard verbage in the front of the book pertaining to downloadable code. …i.e. … “… All the source code used in this book is available for download at worx.com”….. bla.. bla… The code available for download for this title “Professional SQL Server 2005 Programming” is clearly incomplete. Where is the code for Chapters 3, 4, 5 and most of the other chapters??!! These are the meat and potato parts of the book which--of all chapters--should be supported with code downloads. The code that is provided is barely recognizable at being associated with this book as it pertains to the more fringe areas ( Security, .Net and Appendex B). This is not the first time I have had issues with code downloading at Wrox.

Please Wrox, if it is too hard to post source code used in your books, don’t say you will do it because many of us waste time wondering if we’re looking in the wrong place and exchanging useless posts with Wrox ‘Associate Publishers’ who apparently can do little more than provide useless advise … and/or worse yet , insult the waiting customers by letting the post go cold as in this thread.
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Old January 22nd, 2010, 01:10 PM
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Default still not there

I have returned to using T/SQL and this book after a year or so away and the examples are *still* not there
As per another poster, only the obscure stuff is loaded and that leaves me with a lot of typing !
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