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Old May 30th, 2006, 04:35 AM
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Can any one give a PDF or e-books for SQL Server 2005? Its not easy my self to learn this things. I use VB 6 and MS Access for my Data Base. Now I’m turning to learn SQL 2005 than MySQL. Now I use VS 2005 Team Edition and SQL Server 2005

I use e-book in titled “Wrox.Beginning.SQL.Server.2005.Programming.Feb. 2006 (Beginning SQL Server™ 2005 Programming PROGRAMER TO PROGRAMER BY: Robert Vieira)” its helps me also.

I just want to know, how to create a table in the SQL Server 2005 using Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio? And from the given example of e-books you have to code to create table, unlike Access it’s just like a wizard so it’s an easy creating a tale in access. I’m new in the SQL WORLD!!! Help me WROX :-S

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I don't know that you need a PDF e-book, try searching online. Or try using a torrent program. Thats a good place to find the pdf's like your asking for.

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You might try looking at the documentation that comes with SQL Server 2005.

The starting place for any questions should allways be SQL Server Books On Line AKA SQL BOL.

You can either download the latest version from http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en

Or browse it online on MSDN at http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms130214.aspx

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