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Understanding Microsoft SQL Server

Most dynamic websites built with Microsoft ASP.NET need a database, a place on the server where data can be stored and retrieved to generate the pages that are requested by the client. I recommend using Microsoft SQL Server. SQL Server is one of a class of databases known as Enterprise Databases meaning that they can handle very large amounts of data and a large number of simultaneous users. There are many database products available on the market. MySQL, which is now owned by Sun Microsystems, is a free database that provides powerful relational database support. There is also Oracle, one of the best of the Enterprise Database class and IBM DB2, and you can also select Microsoft Access.

When building an ASP.NET website, I think that Microsoft SQL Server is your best bet for these reasons. First of all, it's highly scalable, meaning that it can handle enormous amounts of data and a large number of simultaneous users. This distinguishes it from Microsoft Access, which is really des...

Understanding Microsoft SQL Server
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Understanding Microsoft SQL Server provides you with in-depth training on Developer. Taught by David Gassner as part of the ASP.NET Essential Training

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