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Recursive Queries in SQL:1999 and SQL Server 2005


Recursive Queries in SQL:1999 and SQL Server 2005

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Anthony Loera
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Outstanding ! This should be compulsory reading for every 'procedural' minded programmer who thinks 'SELECT orderid FROM customers' is as far as SQL goes ! And don't get me started on 'OO solves data complexity' - Thanks for the article Anthony.



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May be the most complete article on trees and networks I have ever read (dozens to solve problems with production and bill of materials).
But also one of the most well written articles in terms of presentation and interest.
Thanks, it will be a guide for me.




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This is probably the most worthwhile article I have read on this forum. Does anyone know if this author's books are available in English?



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Great Article,
Thanks a bunch to the author.
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Congratulations for the good Job!

Thanks,




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Nice article with good examples.

Mercy


Frédéric BROUARD
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Hi, Joe...

I must say that you are my mentor in SQL. You see in France we have some good professors, but they are not as good as I would like to apply SQL in real life !

So this article, and some more I will write is dedicated to all those that are involved in good SQL, in wich, I simply think, you are the boss...

Nice to meet you one day.



Frédéric BROUARD
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Unfortunatelly, no books I write are available in English. But I am shure thtat you will find in Joe Celko's book all the matter in the futures release.



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