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Applied XML Programming for Microsoft® .NET by Dino Esposito

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Further Reading

This chapter touched on a number of SQL Server 2000 issues and, in particular, a number of points related to T-SQL—the SQL dialect of SQL Server. The online documentation that comes with the product (SQL Server’s Books Online) is certainly a good starting point to learn more. If you’re interested in SQL Server 2000 from an architectural point of view, I recommend Kalen Delaney’s Inside SQL Server 2000 (Microsoft Press, 2000). Delaney’s book covers the basics of the T-SQL language, but it is not an in-depth guide to T-SQL, and should be accompanied with another text more specifically targeted to the SQL Server dialect. One that I’ve found useful is Ken Henderson’s The Guru’s Guide to Transact-SQL, (Addison Wesley, 2000).

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