MS Access 2013 Pure SQL

Author: Pindaro Demertzoglou
Publisher: Alphapress
ISBN: 9780988330054
Format: PDF, ePub
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The first goal of this book is to provide the power user and database professional with SQL solutions to problems they face in the business working environment. To achieve this, the author uses his experience from the myriad of projects he participated for almost twenty five years. He also follows user newsgroups where multiple business problems are posted. It is a pragmatic book that will show you how to calculate discounted sales volumes based on revenue volumes, how to calculate employee commissions based on their sales, how to update multiple product prices from multiple suppliers conditionally, or how to find products with prices above the average product price. The book will not waste your time by repeating "in a beautified form" what is in the help file; it is intended to help you with your time, not waste it. The second goal of this book is to help people who want to learn SQL from the ground up. For this reason the author included in the beginning of each chapter simple but not simplistic theory so that the novice can be gradually introduced to the concepts of practical SQL and become an expert. If you need to teach SQL for Access in a class environment, you might want to consider the book "MS Access 2013 SQL Comprehensive" from the same author. Pindaro, is currently a faculty member in the School of Management at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. His exciting relationship with databases started with DBase III back in 1991, continuing with all versions of Access since early 1993, and working with MS SQL Server, MySQL, and IBM DB2 for a number of years. He is still in love with all of them. After almost twenty five years, he still works with data, information processing, integration, and dissemination. Pindaro is always available for help at [email protected] He loves responding to questions.

SQL for Microsoft Access

Author: Cecelia L. Allison
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers
ISBN: 1449613160
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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SQL for Microsoft Access (2nd Edition) provides a guide to getting the most out of Microsoft Access through the use of Structured Query Language. Step-by-step examples demonstrate how to use SQL script to create tables, add records to tables, and retrieve and manage records. Readers will also learn about calculated fields, Access projects, and the integration of SQL script in VBA and ASP code. Explore the relational database structure and the basics of SQL. Understand how table joins, unions, and subqueries are used to retrieve records from multiple tables simultaneously. Learn how to filter records and group data. Discover how to create parameter queries that prompt users for data. Test your knowledge and comprehension with the end-of-chapter quizzes and projects.

Microsoft Access 2013 Inside Out

Author: Jeff Conrad
Publisher: Pearson Education
ISBN: 073567230X
Format: PDF
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Conquer Microsoft Access 2013—from the inside out! You’re beyond the basics, so dive right into Access 2013—and use your skills to create sophisticated database apps! This supremely organized reference packs hundreds of timesaving solutions, troubleshooting tips, and workarounds. It’s all muscle and no fluff. Discover how the experts tackle Access 2013—and challenge yourself to new levels of mastery. Build an Access Services web app with Microsoft SharePoint Server Automate your Access web app with data macros Create tables in your Access web app using built-in templates Aggregate and display your web app data using totals queries Use the Autocomplete control to quickly search for related data Create a Summary view to consolidate and group information Display related data on your views with the Related Items control Package your web app for use by others in your organization Plus—download chapters on building desktop databases For Intermediate and Advanced Users and Database Designers

Microsoft Access Developer s Guide to SQL Server

Author: Mary Chipman
Publisher: Sams Publishing
ISBN: 9780672319440
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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A guide for Access power users and developers explains how to use the SQL server to configure MSDE, build stored procedures, convert applications, improve server security, and build Access interfaces.

Brilliant Microsoft Access 2007 Forms Reports Queries

Author: Paul McFedries
Publisher: Pearson Education
ISBN: 9780273714958
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Microsoft Access is a large, intimidating program. Most people never progress beyond creating simple tables and using wizards to build basic forms and reports. At the same time, most users need to access, manipulate and organise information, and know that what they are looking for is embedded somewhere in their Access database. Without a more sophisticated knowledge of how to extract and present that data, most users are forced to rely on in-house office gurus, unwieldy and non-user friendly manuals and overworked IT people to provide canned reports or one-size-fits-all solutions. This book changes all that by giving users the skills to build efficient front-ends for data (forms), publish the results in an attractive and easy-to-read format (reports), and extract the data that they need (queries). This book shuns the big Access picture and instead focuses intently on forms, reports, and queries. Throughout the book there are no-nonsense, step-by-step tutorials and lots of practical examples aimed directly at business users.

MS Access 2013 SQL Comprehensive

Author: Pindaro Demertzoglou
Publisher: Alphapress
ISBN: 9780988330061
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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This book is primarily intended for a training or educational environment in a College, University, or technical school. It has two specific goals: The first one is to train the student on Access SQL from its most basic statements to the level of a skilled professional. The second and equally important is to expose the student to the usage of SQL in the business world. That is why all the examples have a business purpose such as inventory replenishment, order reporting, shipping calculations, customer segmentation, cycle-time calculations and a myriad of other business related topics. As such, this book will be a very good fit for an MIS class in a business school. To that purpose it contains more than 300 exercises in its 31 chapters which the student can complete during class time. It also contains ten questions after each chapter which the instructor can use for in class discussions or test generation. There are 320 questions in total in the book. Finally, it contains sixty-two case studies, two at the end of each chapter, for additional work as homework or for sharpening the skills learned in each chapter. The book is the culmination of Pindaro's 15 years of teaching on various database subjects at the University level in three different business schools. He taught at all levels, from freshmen to executives with all the inherited fun and challenges. After hundreds of labs and thousands of questions and comments from the students, Pindaro wrote this book to assist the students in becoming SQL experts so that they can be absolutely successful with their manipulation of data in the working environment. Currently, no matter the position, industry, or job function, it looks like everyone is asking for SQL skills. For the instructor, Pindaro tried to make this book as friendly as possible. First, he personally tested the book in class to see how the labs work in the real training environment. Second, he has provided a multitude of case studies and questions on real business scenarios so that the students can appreciate the power of SQL for work and business. Third, He has also prepared a separate booklet that the instructor can receive as a pdf/word file (upon confirmation of instructor status) that includes the solutions to all the case studies. If the instructor still has any questions, Pindaro is always available for help at [email protected] He loves responding to questions. The goal is to learn how to use databases for real business tasks. Pindaro has worked on hundreds of business databases and operational systems for the last 19 years. Pindaro's exciting relationship with databases started with DBase III back in 1991, continuing with all versions of Access since early 1993, and working with MS SQL Server, MySQL, Oracle, and IBM DB2 for a number of years. He is still in love with all of them. After twenty years, he still works with data, information processing, integration, and dissemination.

Managing Data in Motion

Author: April Reeve
Publisher: Newnes
ISBN: 0123977916
Format: PDF
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Managing Data in Motion describes techniques that have been developed for significantly reducing the complexity of managing system interfaces and enabling scalable architectures. Author April Reeve brings over two decades of experience to present a vendor-neutral approach to moving data between computing environments and systems. Readers will learn the techniques, technologies, and best practices for managing the passage of data between computer systems and integrating disparate data together in an enterprise environment. The average enterprise's computing environment is comprised of hundreds to thousands computer systems that have been built, purchased, and acquired over time. The data from these various systems needs to be integrated for reporting and analysis, shared for business transaction processing, and converted from one format to another when old systems are replaced and new systems are acquired. The management of the "data in motion" in organizations is rapidly becoming one of the biggest concerns for business and IT management. Data warehousing and conversion, real-time data integration, and cloud and "big data" applications are just a few of the challenges facing organizations and businesses today. Managing Data in Motion tackles these and other topics in a style easily understood by business and IT managers as well as programmers and architects. Presents a vendor-neutral overview of the different technologies and techniques for moving data between computer systems including the emerging solutions for unstructured as well as structured data types Explains, in non-technical terms, the architecture and components required to perform data integration Describes how to reduce the complexity of managing system interfaces and enable a scalable data architecture that can handle the dimensions of "Big Data"

Microsoft Office Access 2007 Forms Reports and Queries

Author: Paul McFedries
Publisher: Que Publishing
ISBN: 0132714108
Format: PDF, Kindle
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“Everything you need to master Access 2007 forms, reports, and queries.” –Charles Carr, Reviews Editor, ComputorEdge Magazine Create Forms for Business Ensure Data Entry Accuracy Build Elegant Form Interfaces Collect Data Via Email Design Effective Business Reports Make an Invoice Report Create Mailing Labels Extract Data Work with Multiple Tables Calculate Discounts Analyze Data Develop your Microsoft Access expertise instantly with proven techniques Let’s face it: Microsoft Access is a large, intimidating program. Most people never progress beyond creating simple tables and using wizards to build basic forms and reports. At the same time, you need information and you know that what you seek is embedded somewhere in your Access database. Without a more sophisticated knowledge of how to extract and present that data, you’re forced to rely on office gurus and overworked IT people to provide canned reports or one-size-fits-all solutions. This book changes all that by giving you the skills to build efficient front-ends for data (forms), publish the results in an attractive and easy-to-read format (reports), and extract the data you need (queries). This book shuns the big Access picture and instead focuses intently on forms, reports, and queries. This in-depth approach will give you the knowledge and understanding you need to get at the data and prove the old saw that knowledge is power. · Focuses on the three technologies that you must master to get the most out of Access: forms, reports, and queries. · Avoids database theory in favor of practical know-how that you can put to use right away. · Packed full of real-world examples and techniques to help you learn and understand the importance of each section. · Covers what’s new and changed in Microsoft Access 2007. Introduction Part I: Creating Forms Chapter 1 Creating and Using a Form Chapter 2 Working with Form Controls Chapter 3 Designing Forms for Efficient and Accurate Data Entry Chapter 4 Designing Forms for Business Use Chapter 5 Creating Specialized Forms Part II: Designing and Customizing Reports Chapter 6 Creating and Publishing a Report Chapter 7 Designing Effective Business Reports Chapter 8 Designing Advanced Reports Chapter 9 Creating Specialized Reports Part III: Creating Powerful Queries Chapter 10 Creating a Basic Query Chapter 11 Building Criteria Expressions Chapter 12 Working with Multiple-Table Queries Chapter 13 Creating Advanced Queries Chapter 14 Creating PivotTable Queries Chapter 15 Querying with SQL Statements Index

Professional Access 2013 Programming

Author: Teresa Hennig
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 111878961X
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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Authoritative and comprehensive coverage for building Access 2013 Solutions Access, the most popular database system in the world, just opened a new frontier in the Cloud. Access 2013 provides significant new features for building robust line-of-business solutions for web, client and integrated environments. This book was written by a team of Microsoft Access MVPs, with consulting and editing by Access experts, MVPs and members of the Microsoft Access team. It gives you the information and examples to expand your areas of expertise and immediately start to develop and upgrade projects. Explores the new development environment for Access web apps Focuses on the tools and techniques for developing robust web applications Demonstrates how to monetize your apps with Office Store and create e-commerce solutions Explains how to use SQL Server effectively to support both web and client solutions Provides techniques to add professional polish and deploy desktop application Shows you how to automate other programs using Macros, VBA, API calls and more. Professional Access 2013 Programming is a complete guide on the latest tools and techniques for building Access 2013 applications for both the web and the desktop so that developers and businesses can move forward with confidence. Whether you want to add expand your expertise with Client/Server deployments or start developing web apps, you will want this book as a companion and reference.