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Guide to SQL Server 2005

SQL Server 2005SQL Server 2005 is the successor to the SQL Server 2000 from Microsoft. The first Microsoft SQL server was released around 1989. Initially, the database endeavor was a collaborative project of Sybase and Microsoft. However, after the launch of Windows NT around 1993, Microsoft treaded on its own to create better versions of SQL Server, releasing Sybase from the joint venture.

It took several years for the programmers to bring in major upgrades/improvements to make the SQL Server 2005 more reliable and easy to use. The Server combines relational database model with two variations of structured query language: T-SQL and ANSI-SQL. This guide brings together several articles containing tips, tricks, and general information on the Server that is still being used in more than 30 percent of business organizations.

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