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Head First SQL - High Performace SQL

 
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Hello authors,

I really want to write SQL statements with high performance. Can you explain how well this book, in guiding us to write best SQL statements with high performance? This is necessary for writing ERP applications.

thanking you in advance.

[ October 15, 2007: Message edited by: Thuwaragan Sundaramoorthy ]
[ October 15, 2007: Message edited by: Thuwaragan Sundaramoorthy ]
 
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That's definitely an advanced topic, and not specifically covered. You'd really want something in depth. You'd probably benefit a bit from the normalization chapter (if you don't already understand normalization) but I don't think this is the right book for you otherwise if you already are comfortable with SQL.
 
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