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SQL Server 2000
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Where to Start

Where to Start
Microsoft SQL Home Page
Microsoft's Official Start Page for SQL Server

Ask the SQL Server experts
Ask leading SQL Server gurus your toughest administration or development questions or browse the collection of 400+ questions already answered.

Choosing an Edition of SQL Server 2000
This paper teaches you about the differences among the various editions of SQL Server 2000, and how you can save time and money by choosing the right one for the job.

Introduction to Structures Query Language
This page is a tutorial of the Structured Query Language (also known as SQL) and is a pioneering effort on the World Wide Web, as this is the first comprehensive SQL tutorial available on the Internet. SQL allows users to access data in relational database management systems, such as Oracle, Sybase, Informix, Microsoft SQL Server, Access, and others, by allowing users to describe the data the user wishes to see. 

 

Learning Guide: SQL Server basics
A collection of free tutorials, technical tips, scripts and webcasts designed to help new DBAs learn SQL Server administration.

NTFAQ.com SQL Server FAQ
A large FAQ from NTFAQ.com

SQL Server 2000 Books Online from MSDN
Visit MSDN© to find SQL Server 2000 Books Online.

SQL Server 2000 Books Online Download
Get easy access to complete SQL Server 2000 documentation by downloading this HTML Help file to your desktop.

SQL Server System Table Map
The online SQL Server 2000 system table map incorporates the benefits of the visual representation of table relationships from the printed version of the map with the technical detail found in the Transact-SQL Reference system table topics.

SQL Server 2000 Licensing Changes
SQL Server 2000 introduces Processor Licensing. This article describes the new licensing model and contrasts it with the former model.

System Requirements
Are you ready for SQL Server 2000? Take a look at system requirements.

 

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