SQL Server Worldwide User's Group Newsletter (7/18/2001) 
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 SQL Server Worldwide User's Group Newsletter (7/18/2001)

Here's the latest newsletter from SSWUG.  I hope you all can find some
useful information here.

Just thought I'd pass it on.

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News, events and more - information of interest:

Information you can use...
  Access Controls in SQL
      http://www.***.com/

  Introduction to SQL Performance Monitor
      http://www.***.com/

  Reliability on a Microsoft Platform - Myth or Method?
      http://www.***.com/

  Aggregate Functions in SQL
      http://www.***.com/

  PASS 2001: SQL Server Program Abstracts Available!
      http://www.***.com/

  Unisys, SQL Server 2000 Set TPC-W Record
      http://www.***.com/

  Retrieving Data from Multiple Tables with SQL Joins
      http://www.***.com/

  The Aardvark Ridiculous Bug Competition - 'raise a bug'
      http://www.***.com/

  VB 6.0 vs. VB.NET
      http://www.***.com/

  SQL Server 2000 Undocumented System Tables
      http://www.***.com/

  Proc-Blaster Freeware
      http://www.***.com/

  SQL Server 2000 Operations Guide
      http://www.***.com/

  Comparing MSDE 1.0 with SQL Server 7.0
      http://www.***.com/

  Version Control Database Code
      http://www.***.com/

  SQL Server Fast Facts
      http://www.***.com/

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Information you can use...
- Access Controls in SQL
- Introduction to SQL Performance Monitor
- Reliability on a Microsoft Platform - Myth or Method?
- Aggregate Functions in SQL
- PASS 2001: SQL Server Program Abstracts Available!
- Unisys, SQL Server 2000 Set TPC-W Record
- Retrieving Data from Multiple Tables with SQL Joins
- The Aardvark Ridiculous Bug Competition - 'raise a bug&#
- VB 6.0 vs. VB.NET
- SQL Server 2000 Undocumented System Tables
- Proc-Blaster Freeware
- SQL Server 2000 Operations Guide
- Comparing MSDE 1.0 with SQL Server 7.0
- Version Control Database Code
- SQL Server Fast Facts

Information you can use...
*  Access Controls in SQL
http://www.***.com/
This article focuses on the security mechanisms common to all
databases that implement the Structured Query Language (or SQL).
Together, we'll walk through the process of strengthening data
acces...[More]

*  Introduction to SQL Performance Monitor
http://www.***.com/
Monitoring production systems can alert you to problems before they
get out of hand. Aaron Goldman's most recent article serves as an
introduction to Performance Monitor (perfMon), a helpful
monit...[More]

*  Reliability on a Microsoft Platform - Myth or Method?
http://www.***.com/
By Tony Bain - We have all heard it at one stage or another. SQL
Server is fine for small database applications but it just isnt as
reliable or scalable as other platforms. This is rubbish. Before
..[More]

*  Aggregate Functions in SQL
http://www.***.com/
SQL provides several aggregate functions to assist with data
summarization. In this article we explore the usage of SUM, AVG,
COUNT, MIN and MAX.

*  PASS 2001: SQL Server Program Abstracts Available!
http://www.***.com/
Welcome to Event Wizard, a tool that allows you to easily explore the
PASS educational program. It enables you to search sessions in
multiple categories including speaker name, company, topic area
and...[More]

*  Unisys, SQL Server 2000 Set TPC-W Record
http://www.***.com/

Datacenter Server and SQL Server 2000 Enterprise Edition set the
record for e-commerce performance by a margin of 38 percent,
accordin...[More]

*  Retrieving Data from Multiple Tables with SQL Joins
http://www.***.com/
In several recent articles we explored the fundamental concepts of
SQL, the process of creating databases and database tables and the art
of retrieving data from a database using simple queries. This...[More]

*  The Aardvark Ridiculous Bug Competition - 'raise a bug'
http://www.***.com/
We are giving away $2490 worth of bug tracking software usage from Red
Gate Software in our new competition 'raise a bug'.

The competition is very simple to enter - all you need to...[More]

*  VB 6.0 vs. VB.NET
http://www.***.com/
By Michael Otey - I have an opinion about nearly everything, but I'm
on the fence about Visual Basic (VB) 6.0 versus VB.NET. Microsoft and
the VB.NET proponents claim that VB.NET is the next evolu...[More]

*  SQL Server 2000 Undocumented System Tables
http://www.***.com/
In this article, Alexander Chigrik reveals numerous undocumented
system tables shipped with SQL Server 2000. These tables are used by
some system stored procedures and stored in the master database.

*  Proc-Blaster Freeware
http://www.***.com/
Looking for a way to write parameterized stored procedures for
Inserts, Updates, Selects and Deletes on a database with hundreds of
tables and write the VB/ASP functions to call them? How about
compl...[More]

*  SQL Server 2000 Operations Guide
http://www.***.com/
Are you responsible for keeping your organization's database systems
up and running? Are you the one they call in the middle of the night
if the database server is down? If so, the SQL Server 2000...[More]

*  Comparing MSDE 1.0 with SQL Server 7.0
http://www.***.com/
In his latest article, Sergey Vartanyan offers a comparison of the
differences between the Microsoft Data Engine (MSDE) and SQL Server
7.0 in terms of cost, licensing, hardware and software
requiremen...[More]

*  Version Control Database Code
http://www.***.com/
By Tony Bain - It is surprising the number of application developers
who over look the need for database object code source control. This
article is intended to demonstrate how version control can be
..[More]

*  SQL Server Fast Facts
http://www.***.com/
Discover the information you need to evaluate SQL Server based on its
performance, scalability, reliability, market momentum, cost of
ownership, and ease of use, from the industry's leading
source...[More]

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