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Pro SQL Server 2012 Administration by Sylvester Carstarphen, Ken Simmons

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C H A P T E R  8

Working with Database Objects

The purpose for every SQL Server installation is the necessity of a database; however, simply creating a database will not make an application work. Many objects work in concert to provide a positive user experience when interacting with a database. If you look at the Object Explorer in SQL Server Management Studio, you will see there are several objects and features available to aid you in administering the database. SQL Server even has its own set of system databases that manage data within SQL Server itself. This chapter will walk you through many of these objects and features and explain the impact each one has on you as a DBA.

Working with Contained Databases

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