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MS SQL Server 2000: Implementation

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  • 1. MS SQL Server 2000: Implementation & Administration Performance Objectives Chapter 1: Getting Started You will learn: • SQL Server 2000 features. • SQL Server Editions. • SQL Server architecture. • SQL Server 2000 components. • Graphical administration tools. • Replication. • DTS: Data Transformation Services. • SQL Server 2000 English Query. • Meta data services. • System databases and data. Chapter 2: Installation You will learn: • Hardware and software requirements. • Installing SQL Server on a database server. • SQL Server with client/server applications. • SQL Server with an Internet Server. • SQL Server components. • Setting up Windows Services Accounts. • Local System account. • Domain User account. • File locations for SQL Server program and SQL Server. • Default Instance File Path for program and data files. • Setup type: typical, minimum, or custom. • Components for each installation type. • Upgrading from previous versions of SQL Server. SYS-ED®COMPUTER EDUCATION TECHNIQUES, INC. (SQLSvr2K: 4.4) Perf Obj: Page 1
  • 2. MS SQL Server 2000: Implementation & Administration Performance Objectives Chapter 3: Administrative Tasks You will learn: • Starting, pausing, and stopping SQL Server. • SQL Server Service and Service Manager. • SQLServerAgent Service. • SQL Server Enterprise Manager. • SQL Server Service Manager. • Starting SQL Server: different ways. • Logging In to SQL Server. • Running SQL Server: different ways. • Stopping SQL Server. • Broadcasting a shutdown message. Chapter 4: Managing Security You will learn: • Security architecture. • Security planning. • Security levels. • Authentication modes. • Windows authentication. • SQL server authentication. • Creating security accounts. • Security rules. • Adding a Windows user or group. • Granting a Windows user or group access to a database. • Using Store Procedures sp_grantdbaccess. • Using the Enterprise Manager. • Managing permissions. SYS-ED®COMPUTER EDUCATION TECHNIQUES, INC. (SQLSvr2K: 4.4) Perf Obj: Page 2
  • 3. MS SQL Server 2000: Implementation & Administration Performance Objectives Chapter 5: Failover Clustering You will learn: • Terms and definitions. • Virtual servers. • Windows 2000 Server clustering. • Installing Cluster administrator. • Failover Cluster: creating and maintaining. • Upgrading to a SQL Server 2000 Failover Cluster. • Adding and removing a node to/from an existing virtual server. • Recovering from Failover Cluster failures. • Changing service accounts. Chapter 6: Importing/Exporting Data You will learn: • Import/export tools. • Capabilities of different options. • Preparing data for Import/Export. • bcp utility. • BULK INSERT. • Trigger execution. • Using a data file with fields in a different order. • Copying data. • Column-level collations. • Bulk Copy performance considerations. • Query processor. • Logged and minimally logged Bulk Copy operations. • Parallel data loads. • Batch switches. • Ordered data files. SYS-ED®COMPUTER EDUCATION TECHNIQUES, INC. (SQLSvr2K: 4.4) Perf Obj: Page 3
  • 4. MS SQL Server 2000: Implementation & Administration Performance Objectives Chapter 7: Backing Up and Restoring Data You will learn: • Backup and restore strategies. • Choosing the appropriate tools/techniques. • Managing media. • Disaster recovery. • Running a base functionality script. • Estimating the size of a database backup. • Selecting a recovery model. • Backup devices. • Physical and logical devices. • Creating logical disk and tape backup devices using Enterprise Manager. • Database backups. • Restoring a database backup. • Copying databases. • Re-creating database files. • Moving the database files. • Changing the database name. • Restoring Full-text index data. SYS-ED®COMPUTER EDUCATION TECHNIQUES, INC. (SQLSvr2K: 4.4) Perf Obj: Page 4
  • 5. MS SQL Server 2000: Implementation & Administration Performance Objectives Chapter 8: Server Management You will learn: • Server tasks. • Registering/removing servers. • Creating server groups. • Registering a and removing a Server-Using Enterprise Manager. • Assigning an sa Password. • Managing AWE memory. • AWE memory and system resources. • Evaluating memory usage. • Running multiple instances. • Net-Libraries and network protocols. • Activating Server Net-Libraries after Setup. • Setting up client configuration entries. • Log shipping. • Database maintenance plan wizard. • Configuring log shipping. • Managing SQL Server messages. • Adding a New SQL Server message. • Managing SQL Server messages. • Editing a SQL Server message. • Deleting a message. • Processing an E-mail request received by SQL Server. • Configuring SQL Mail. • Using SQL Mail stored procedures. Chapter 9: Managing Clients You will learn: • Configuring client Net-Libraries. • Viewing network library function. • Changing default configurations. • Configuring a multiprotocol alias. SYS-ED®COMPUTER EDUCATION TECHNIQUES, INC. (SQLSvr2K: 4.4) Perf Obj: Page 5
  • 6. MS SQL Server 2000: Implementation & Administration Performance Objectives Chapter 10: Function and Language Elements You will learn: • Built-in functions. • Mathematical functions. • String functions. • Date and time functions. • Dateparts recognized by Microsoft SQL Server. • Flow control. Chapter 11: Stored Procedures and Triggers You will learn: • Control-of-flow language. • Local variables. • Global variables. • Creating and executing procedures. • Parameters. • Triggers. Chapter 12: DDL You will learn: • Creating a user database. • Removing a database. • User-defined datatypes. • Creating/removing a table. • Adding columns. • Managing indexes. • Permission hierarchy. SYS-ED®COMPUTER EDUCATION TECHNIQUES, INC. (SQLSvr2K: 4.4) Perf Obj: Page 6

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