SQL Server 2005 Express
Jeremy Kadlec
Edgewood Solutions
www.edgewoodsolutions.com
[email protected]
410.591.4683
Agenda
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Introductions
Session Goals
Installation Path and Licensing
Management Studio Primer
Development
Administration
Additional Resources
Q&A
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Jeremy Kadlec
• Edgewood Solutions (www.edgewoodsolutions.com)
– Customer focused SQL Server solutions
– Planning, Audits, Integration, Training, Products
• Performance Tuning, Administration, Development, Upgrades,
High Availability, Disaster Recovery, Database Auditing
• Principal Database Engineer
– [email protected]
– 410.591.4683
• Author of numerous SQL Server resources
– www.edgewoodsolutions.com/resources/articles.asp
– SearchSQLServer.com – Ask the Experts
– The Rational Guide to IT Project Management
• NOVA SQL Co-Leader – www.novasql.com
• SQL Server 2005 Adoption Rate Report
– www.edgewoodsolutions.com/EdgewoodLabs/
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Session Goals
• Answer the following questions:
– What is SQL Server 2005 Express and how is it any
different than the other versions of SQL 2005?
– Where do I get my copy?
– What is the general installation process?
– How do I create a database, then the tables and
code to support my application?
– What are some of the basic administration tasks
that I should be aware of?
– Where can I find more information on SQL Server
2005 Express edition?
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SS2K5 Express Introduction
• Scaled down and easy to use version of SQL 2005
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CPU’s = 1
Memory = 1 GB
Database size = 4 GB
Users = unlimited
Cost = FREE
• Replacement to SQL Server 2000 MSDE
• Redistributed version of SQL Server for client
applications
• Intended for ISVs, ISPs, ASPs, web developers and
hobbyists
• Environments = Production, test and development
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Express Edition Licensing
• Register for SQL Server Express Edition
Redistribution Rights
– http://www.microsoft.com/sql/editions/
express/redistregister.mspx
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SS2K5 Express Installation
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Prerequisites and installation order
Download locations
Verifying installation
Post installation tasks
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Prerequisites
• Windows Installer 3.1 (~2.5 MB)
– http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=8
89482fc-5f56-4a38-b838-de776fd4138c&displaylang=en
• .NET Framework 2.0 (~ 22 MB)
– http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=08
56eacb-4362-4b0d-8edd-aab15c5e04f5&displaylang=en
• Microsoft Core XML Services (MSXML) 6.0 (~3.5 MB)
– http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=99
3c0bcf-3bcf-4009-be21-27e85e1857b1&displaylang=en
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Express Edition Downloads
• Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Express Edition
(~55 MB)
– http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?fa
milyid=220549b5-0b07-4448-8848dcc397514b41&displaylang=en
• Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio
Express - Community Technology Preview
(CTP) November 2005 (~30 MB)
– http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?fa
milyid=82afbd59-57a4-455e-a2d61d4c98d40f6e&displaylang=en
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Verify Installation
• Default Installation
Directory
– C:\Program
Files\Microsoft SQL
Server\SQLExpress\
– ~140 MB
• Windows Service
– SQL Server (SQLExpress)
– SQL Server Browser
• Windows Event Log
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Post Installation Task 1
• Configuration
Manager
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Services
Network Protocols
Client Protocols
Aliases
• Great for server
consolidation projects
without changing front
end application
connection strings
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Post Installation Task 2
• Surface Area
Configuration
– Services and
Connections
• Service management
• Remote Connections
– Features
• CLR Integration
• xp_cmdshell
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SQL Server 2005 Express Tour
• Primary interface to
SS2K5 Express
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Object Explorer
Template Explorer
Summary Window
View Toolbars
• Combination of
Enterprise Manager and
QA in SQL 2000
• Similar functionality as
the Management Studio
for other SQL 2005
versions
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Database Creation
• Right click on the
‘Database’ folder,
select ‘New
Database’ and
complete ‘New
Database’ Wizard
• CREATE DATABASE
T-SQL statement
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Table Creation
• Table creation
interface with
Column and Table
Properties
– Table Designer
toolbar
– Save Change Script
• Template Explorer –
CREATE TABLE
T-SQL template
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Database Design
• Create and drop
tables, indexes,
primary keys, etc. in
the diagram or
database
– NOTE – Making
actual coding
changes, not mock up
• Database Design
Toolbar
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Views
• View = virtual table to
query based on an
underlying SELECT
statement
• View Designer
Toolbar
• View Template
Explorer
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Synonyms
• Synonym = reference
to a virtual object that
can be on another
server or schema
• SQL Server imposes
late binding so test
based on name
appropriately
• CREATE SYNONYM
T-SQL statement
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Programming
• T-SQL and CLR support
– CLR off by default = Enable CLR via Surface
Area Configuration
• Objects – Stored Procedures, Functions,
Triggers (DML and DDL)
– Foundation for SQL Server development
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T-SQL Enhancements
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Error Handling
– TRY and CATCH paradigm from procedural languages such as VB
BEGIN TRY
T-SQL Code…
END TRY
BEGIN CATCH
T-SQL Code…
ERROR_NUMBER()
ERROR_SEVERITY()
ERROR_STATE()
ERROR_PROCEDURE()
ERROR_LINE()
ERROR_MESSAGE()
END CATCH
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T-SQL or CLR
• T-SQL
– Data driven logic
• CLR
– Extend the capabilities of the native DBMS
– VB.NET, ASP.NET, C#, etc.
• Word to the wise…
– Keep it simple
– Standardize development practices at organization
– Always consider performance implications
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XML
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XML Usage
– Data exchanges - B2B
– Non traditional data - Visio diagrams
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XML not replace traditional database design
– XML = DDL
– XQuery = T-SQL
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SELECT’s FOR XML option
– Auto, Raw, Explicit
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Native XML data type
– Columns (2 GB), variables, parameters
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XML Schema
– Schema Collections
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XML Indexes
– Primary – 1 row per node (element, attribute, text) to improve speed to the
node
– Secondary – Path, Value, Property
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Compliments SQLXML
– UpdateGrams - Insert, update, or delete relational data
– DiffGrams - Modify relational data
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Security
• Login and user paradigm
• Server, database and application roles
– Fixed and user defined
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Schema – Container for object ownership
Asymmetric Keys
Symmetric Keys
Certificates
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Administration 101
• Database Backups and Restores
• SQL Server Error Logs
– Issue reviewing logs - C:\Program Files\
Microsoft SQL Server\SQLExpress\
MSSQL.1\ MSSQL\LOG
• Activity Monitor
– Snapshot of SQL Server transactions
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Performance Tuning
• Dynamic Management Views (DMV) operate in near
real time from internal structures at a Server and
Component level
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dm_exec_* = Execution of user code and associated connections
dm_os_* = Memory, locking and scheduling
dm_tran_* = Transactions and isolation
dm_io_* = I/O on network and disks
dm_db_* = Databases and database objects
dm_repl_* = Replication
dm_broker_* = SQL Service Broker
dm_fts_* = Full Text Search
dm_qn_* = Query Notifications
dm_clr_* = Common Language Runtime
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How DMVs Improve Management
• Index-related DMVs
– sys.dm_db_index_physical_stats
• Size and fragmentation information for tables and
indexes
– sys.dm_db_index_operational_stats
• Internals information for table and index activities
– sys.dm_db_index_usage_stats
• Index statistics and usage counts information for
individual indexes
– sys.dm_db_index_partition_stats
• Page and row-count information for every partition
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Alternative Dev Environment
• SQLCMD
– Command line interface for any version of
SQL Server 2005
– Ability to perform any development or
administrative function
– Dedicated Administrator Connection (DAC)
– Default location = C:\Program
Files\Microsoft SQL Server\90\Tools\binn
– More information - SQLCMD /?
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Patching Express
• SQL Slammer was able to cause havoc,
propagating a DOS and needed patching
– Patch SQL Servers
– Use a non-default port and other settings
• Expectation is patching will be equal to
SQL Server Service Packs or Windows
Updates
• Stay tuned…
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SS2K5 Express Web Resources
• Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Express Web Site
– http://www.microsoft.com/sql/editions/express/
default.mspx
• MSDN Web Site – SQL Server 2005 Express
– http://msdn.microsoft.com/sql/express/
• SQL Server 2005 Express BLOG
– http://blogs.msdn.com/sqlexpress/
• SQL Server 2005 Books Online
– http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/sql/
2005/downloads/books.mspx
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SS2K5 Express Books
• SQL Server 2005 Express Beta Preview
– http://www.MannPublishing.com/
• Wrox's SQL Server 2005 Express Edition
Starter Kit
• Microsoft (r) SQL Server (tm) 2005 Express
Edition: Step by Step
• Sams Teach Yourself SQL Server 2005
Express in 24 Hours
• Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Express For
Dummies®
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Questions and Thank You
Jeremy Kadlec
Edgewood Solutions
www.edgewoodsolutions.com
[email protected]
410.591.4683
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