anyone suggest a good sql book? 
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 anyone suggest a good sql book?
Hello everyone,

I am a java programmer that needs to get up to speed quickly in sql. I have
some experience through programming with jdbc. Therefore, I understand
relational database concepts and know how to create tables and make simple
queries and updates.  However, that is about it.  Please suggest a good sql
book that is not so elementary but also not so advanced.  Thanks in advance.

JK



Thu, 03 Jan 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 anyone suggest a good sql book?

Here's one that I'm very fond of:

The Practical Sql Handbook : Using Structured Query Language
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0201447878/iversonsoftwarecA



Quote:
>Hello everyone,

>I am a java programmer that needs to get up to speed quickly in sql. I have
>some experience through programming with jdbc. Therefore, I understand
>relational database concepts and know how to create tables and make simple
>queries and updates.  However, that is about it.  Please suggest a good sql
>book that is not so elementary but also not so advanced.  Thanks in advance.

>JK

Kind Regards,
Jeff Iverson
--
Iverson Software Co.  507-235-9209 - voice
418 N. State St. #7   507-235-8835 - fax
Fairmont MN  56001    http://www.iversonsoftware.com/


Sun, 06 Jan 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 anyone suggest a good sql book?
SAMS books are always a favourite of mine...

Transact-SQL in 21 days to get you up to speed
SQL Server (insert version here...) Unleashed to get the good stuff...

Cheers

Jeremy Huppatz
Database Administrator
Macquarie Bank Limited

Quote:

>Here's one that I'm very fond of:

>The Practical Sql Handbook : Using Structured Query Language
>http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0201447878/iversonsoftwarecA



>>Hello everyone,

>>I am a java programmer that needs to get up to speed quickly in sql. I
have
>>some experience through programming with jdbc. Therefore, I understand
>>relational database concepts and know how to create tables and make simple
>>queries and updates.  However, that is about it.  Please suggest a good
sql
>>book that is not so elementary but also not so advanced.  Thanks in
advance.

>>JK

>Kind Regards,
>Jeff Iverson
>--
>Iverson Software Co.  507-235-9209 - voice
>418 N. State St. #7   507-235-8835 - fax
>Fairmont MN  56001    http://www.iversonsoftware.com/



Mon, 28 Jan 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 
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