Now updated with coverage of the SQL:1999 standard
Step-by-step instructions for database design and implementation
The fun and easy way to create and maintain databases with SQL
SQL gives you the power to create, manipulate, update, and retrieve information in any major relational database management system. But how do you get up to speed on this complex language? Relax! With Allen G. Taylor at your side, you'll be building tables, creating views, and writing nested queries in no time.
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I like to start off projects with simple concepts and a few examples to get off the ground. Well this book does just that. Read morePublished on March 15 2007 by bernie
This book was just a good as my University's suggested text book. If you need to know something regarding SQL, it is IN HERE. Read morePublished on July 15 2003 by "udsteve"
I worked with SQL some years ago and bought this book as a refresher. I've used only one other "dummy" book and that was "ASP for Dummies" and found it... Read more
I bought SQL for Dummies when I was handed a web project that demanded a high traffic database. Previous to the purchase I had only worked with flat text files and had no SQL... Read morePublished on Jan. 29 2003 by Roger
Poorly written, jumps back and force between the topics not yet explainedPublished on July 19 2002 by JohnDoe155
This book assumes you already know the basics of SQL and programming. Feh! I sent it back and got PL/SQL 101... Read morePublished on May 29 2002 by Larry Wolkoski
After being thrown kicking and screaming into the world of the relational database, I figured I'd better get some book-learning from something that would start with the absolute... Read morePublished on Feb. 21 2001
I was unimpressed with the way this book is presented. Not enough examples of core SQL.Published on Oct. 21 1999 by Kathy Bungard