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A good book 26 mai 2012
Par Dr. Robotnik - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This book is a refreshing alternative to the usual 900 page everything-and-the-kitchen sink tomes that seem to dominate this genre.

Instead, it is focused and concise (200+ pages). And extremely well-written, by someone who clearly takes his teaching role seriously. Beyond just describing how to use the window functions, it does a great job of delving into the background needed to really understand how & why they work as they do.

In addition to describing SQL Server 2012 support for window functions, the book also details those areas in which full support for standard SQL window functions has not yet been implemented in SQL Server. It also suggests improvements that could be made to both the standard and to MS SQL.

Whenever possible, the book gives alternative queries constructed without the use of window functions. This is great as both a learning tool, and to convince you that in general you don't really want to go that route (non-window) if at all possible.

If you want to learn both the subtleties and quotidian uses of SQL window functions, get this book. Your brain will light up with new possibilities.

(If it helps credibility-wise, check out my mostly negative review of the same author's "Inside Microsoft SQL Server 2005: T-SQL Programming"--I am the proud holder of the "Most Helpful Critical Review" honor for that title. Ben-Gan's lucidity has increased considerably with this current effort.)
12 internautes sur 13 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Good One for Specific Requirement 20 août 2012
Par SQL Learner - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
One of the good "Cheat" book I came across. Yes, I agree with many that there is no doubt Itzik Ben-Gan is one of the great T-SQL experts in the industry. Initially I thought many of the functions he described cannot be used in OLTP model. Very quickly I realized I was wrong to some extent, I had to identify duplicate entries and Islands and the queries were right there. But I think I will stick to my Original Comment - the book is very specific for certain window function as the title suggests which are - ranking, distribution, ordering, getting ranges, gaps, island, duplicates, running totals, packing intervals, aggregates and finally optimizing them. Ofcourse that's what the title suggest (Window Functions..) and is very well concised in 200 odd pages when compared to 900 or so in other books. Actually I was expecting - to know different alternatives for creating such functions, which I did not find much. There is a mention of CLR, but one should be good with .NET coding. My final conclusion would be go for the book in case you have to deal a lot with analytical type of coding. This is the book, where we can simply use the proven logic.
4 internautes sur 5 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Another excellent book by Itzik Ben-Gan and SQM 4 juin 2012
Par John - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Worth every penny. Every chapter is packed with new tools for your toolbox. I am wrapping up a project that would not have been possible without these window functions.
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Good Information 13 février 2014
Par T. Copling - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
The book started off great explaining Window Functions; however I felt that there were certain parts that the author could have left out. For example, he went over some functionality that wasn't available in SQL SERVER; where I was hoping he would focus primarily with what was currently available. Overall, it's a good book; I'm definitely going to have to read it again.
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Help in a True Understanding of SQL Windows Functions (at least as far as I can) 11 novembre 2012
Par John R. Spencer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
The book has proven invaluable on the job in a current project.
I had used 'window' functions in the past; however, I truly did not have a real understanding of what 'result set' I was working with. And, as correctly stated, performance was 'blazing' now that the use of a 'window' function is known to be using the current result set. While probably not a 'nugget' for SQL experts, just realizing that proved a real 'tip'...

I have used other books by the author and found his instructional style quite pleasing to deal with considering the 'complexity' of how one 'should' think when dealing with SQL.
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