Getting Started (SQL Server 2000)
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SQL Server architecture Relational Database Components

Database Architecture

Administration Architecture

Replication Architecture

Application Development Architecture

Analysis Services Architecture

Meta Data Services Architecture

New features in SQL Server 2000 What's New in Microsoft SQL Server 2000
Installing, upgrading, and running SQL Server 2000 Overview of Installing SQL Server 2000

Upgrading to SQL Server 2000: Overview

Installing Analysis Services

Installing English Query

Upgrading From Earlier Versions

Planning and designing a new database Creating and Maintaining Databases Overview
Performing administrative tasks Importing and Exporting Data

Backing Up and Restoring Databases

Automating Administrative Tasks

Managing Security

Security and Authentication

Monitoring Server Performance and Activity

Getting Started with Command Prompt Utilities

Administering Analysis Services

PivotTable Service


Data warehousing and online analytical processing (OLAP) DTS Overview

Data Warehousing and OLAP

Data Warehousing

Developing applications Transact-SQL Syntax Elements

Programming ADO SQL Server Applications

Programming OLE DB SQL Server Applications

Developing SQL-DMO Applications

Getting Started with Replication Programming

Programming DTS Applications

Programming Extended Stored Procedures

Programming Embedded SQL for C

Getting Started with DB-Library for C

Decision Support Objects


PivotTable Service

Programming Meta Data Services Applications

Planning and designing data cubes Cubes
Performance Monitoring Server Performance and Activity

Optimizing Database Performance Overview

Analyzing and Optimizing Performance

Optimizing Repository Performance

Troubleshooting Transact-SQL Tips

Troubleshooting Overview

Analysis Services Troubleshooting

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