Designing and Implementing Databases with
Microsoft SQL Server 2000
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You are a database developer for A Datum Corporation. You are creating a database that will store statistics for 15 different high school sports. This information will be used by 50 companies that publish sports information on their web sites. Each company's web site arranges and displays the statistics in a different format.
language for documents containing structured information. XML is well suited to provide rich web documents. SQL queries can return results as XML rather than standard rowsets. These queries can be executed directly or from within stored procedures. To retrieve results directly, the FOR XML clause of the SELECT statement is used. Within the FOR XML clause an XML mode can be specified. These XML modes are RAW, AUTO, or EXPLICIT.
in SQL Server 2000 databases. It allows applications written in languages that support Automation or COM to administer all parts of a SQL Server installation; i.e., it is used to create applications that can perform administrative duties.
You are a database developer for a mail order company. The company has two SQL Server 2000 computers named CORP1 and CORP2. CORP1 is the online transaction processing server. CORP2 stores historical sales data. CORP2 has been added as a linked server to CORP1.
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