M2734: Updating Your Database Development Skills to MS SQL Server 2005

3 Day Course
Hands On
Official Microsoft Curriculum
Code M2734

This course has been retired. Please view currently available Microsoft SQL Server Training Courses.

Modules

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SQL Server 2005 Overview (4 topics)

  • SQL Server 2005 Components and Architecture
  • SQL Server Developer Tools
  • SQL Server 2005 Security Implementation

Transact-SQL Enhancements in SQL Server 2005 (4 topics)

  • Data Definition Language Enhancements
  • Data Manipulation Language Enhancements
  • Structured Exception Handling

Using XML in SQL Server 2005 (4 topics)

  • XML Enhancements in SQL Server 2005
  • The xml Data Type
  • Using XQuery

Using Service Broker (3 topics)

  • Service Broker Architecture
  • Using the Service Broker

Using Native HTTP Support (3 topics)

  • Native HTTP Support in SQL Server 2005
  • Configuring Native HTTP Support

Using Notification Services (2 topics)

  • Notification Services Architecture
  • Building Notification Services Solutions

Using the .NET CLR in SQL Server 2005 (3 topics)

  • SQL Server and the .NET CLR
  • Implementing Managed Code in SQL Server 2005

Developing Client Applications (2 topics)

  • Developing Client Applications with ADO.NET
  • Data Binding in the .NET Framework 2.0

Using SQL Management Objects (2 topics)

  • Introduction to SQL Management Objects
  • Replication Management Objects

Prerequisites

Before attending this course, students must have:
  • MCDBA (Microsoft Certified Database Administrator) certification or equivalent knowledge.
  • Development experience with Microsoft SQL Server 2000 or Microsoft SQL Server 7.0.
  • Knowledge of SQL Server 2000/7.0:
  • Database and server architecture.
  • Database Security
  • Transact SQL
  • Query Engine
  • DDL
  • DML
  • Optimization
  • Schema and Objects
  • Programming Objects
  • UDDT
  • UDF
  • Triggers
  • Stored Procedures
  • Optimization
  • SQL XML
  • .NET Development (Visual Basic .NET or C# .NET)
  • ADO.NET
  • In addition, it is recommended, but not required, that students have completed: Course 2073, Programming a Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Database.

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