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Course Number: 832B Part Number: X03-91260 Released: 12/98 Workbook System Administration for Microsoft® SQL Server ™ 7.0 Information in this document is subject to change without notice. The names of companies, products, people, characters, and/or data mentioned herein are fictitious and are in no way intended to represent any real individual, company, product, or event, unless otherwise noted. Complying with all applicable copyright laws is the responsibility of the user. No part of this document may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, for any purpose, without the express written permission of Microsoft Corporation. If, however, your only means of access is electronic, permission to print one copy is hereby granted. Microsoft may have patents, patent applications, trademarks, copyrights, or other intellectual property rights covering subject matter in this document. Except as expressly provided in any written license agreement from Microsoft, the furnishing of this document does not give you any license to these patents, trademarks, copyrights, or other intellectual property. ??1998 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, ActiveX, BackOffice, MS-DOS, Outlook, PowerPoint, Visual Basic, Visual C++, Visual Studio, Windows, and Windows NT are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the U.S.A. and/or other countries. The names of companies, products, people, characters, and/or data mentioned herein are fictitious and are in no way intended to represent any real individual, company, product, or event, unless otherwise noted. Other product and company names mentioned herein may be the trademarks of their respective owners. Project Leads: Lori Oviatt, Margo Crandall Instructional Designers: Homer Christensen (Working Knowledge), Xandria Eykel (S&T OnSite), Cheryl Hoople (Write Stuff), Marilyn McGill Lead Program Manager: Karal Dehmer Program Managers: Dan Basica, Adam Shapiro, Stacey Dickinson (Solutions View), Carl Rabeler (Shadow Mountain Computers) Graphic Artist: Kimberly Jackson Editing Manager: Tina Tsiakalis Editor: Wendy Cleary (S&T OnSite) Online Program Manager: Nikki McCormick Online Support: Arlo Emerson (MacTemps), Tammy Stockton (Write Stuff) Compact Disc Testing: ST Labs Production Support: Kathy Ford (S&T OnSite) Manaufacturing Manager: Bo Galford Manufacturing Support: Rick Terek (S&T OnSite) Lead Product Manager, Development Services: Elaine Stovall Lead Product Manager: Heidi Tucker Group Product Manager: Robert Stewart Course Number: 832B Part Number: X03-91260 Released: 12/98 Contents iii Contents Introduction Introductions .3 Course Materials 4 Prerequisites 5 Course Outline .6 Microsoft Certified Professional Program 8 Facilities .10 Module 1: SQL Server Overview Overview 13 What Is SQL Server .14 SQL Server Platforms 16 SQL Server Integration with Windows NT 17 SQL Server Integration with Microsoft BackOffice 18 SQL Server Services 19 SQL Server Software .20 SQL Server Architecture .22 Communication .23 Application Development .24 Administration 26 SQL Server Security .28 Login Authentication .29 Database User Accounts and Roles 30 Permission Validation 32 SQL Server Databases 33 Types of Databases 34 Database Objects .35 Referring to SQL Server Objects .36 System Tables .38 Metadata Retrieval .39 Working with SQL Server .41 Designing an Application for SQL Server .42 Implementing a SQL Server Database 44 Administering a SQL Server Database 45 Lab 1.1: SQL Server Overview 46 Review .47 Module 2: Installing and Configuring SQL Server Overview 51 Minimum Hardware and Software Requirements .52 SQL Server 7.0 Editions .53 SQL Server Installation Options .54 Licensing Mode .55 Installation Path .56 Character Set 57 Sort Order 59 Unicode Collation 61 Network Support .62 iv Contents SQL Server Services Logon Account .64 Running SQL Server Setup .66 Unattended Installation 68 Verifying the Installation 70 Reviewing Installation Results 71 Starting SQL Server Services 72 Connecting to SQL Server 74 Preparing to Use SQL Server .75 Configuring SQL Server Enterprise Manager 76 Configuring SQL Server .78 Troubleshooting 79 Recommended Practices .81 Lab 2.1: Installing and Configuring SQL Server 82 Review .83 Module 3: Managing Security Overview 87 Implementing an Authentication Mode .88 Authentication Processing 89 Choosing an Authentication Mode .91 Steps in Implementing an Authentication Mode .92 Creating Login Accounts 93 Demonstration: Setting Up Login Accounts .95 Lab 3.1: Managing Security 96 Assigning Login Accounts to Users and Roles .97 Assigning Login Accounts to User Accounts 98 Assigning Login Accounts to Roles . 100 Fixed Server Roles 101 Fixed Database Roles . 102 User-defined Database Roles 104 Assigning Permissions to Users and Roles 106 Types of Permissions . 107 Granting, Denying, and Revoking Permissions 109 Granting Permissions to Allow Access . 110 Denying Permissions to Prevent Access . 112 Revoking Granted and Denied Permissions . 114 Planning Security . 116 Demonstration: Assigning Login Accounts to User Accounts and Roles . 118 Lab 3.2: Managing Permissions . 119 Managing Application Security . 120 Managing Security with Views and Stored Procedures . 121 Managing Client Application Security with Application Roles 123 Creating Application Roles . 124 Activating Application Roles 125 Recommended Practices . 127 Lab 3.3: Managing Application Security . 128 Review . 129 Contents v Module 4: Managing Database Files Overview 133 Introduction to Databases 134 How Data Is Stored 135 Multimedia Presentation: Transactions 136 How the Transaction Log Works .137 Creating Databases .138 Setting Database Options 140 Modifying Databases 142 Managing Data and Log File Growth .143 Expanding a Transaction Log 145 Shrinking a Database or File .147 Dropping a Database 149 Managing Databases on Multiple Disks 151 Leveraging the Windows NT Server Fault Tolerance .152 Creating Filegroups .154 Capacity Planning 156 Determining the Size of model Database and System Tables .157 Estimating the Amount of Data in Tables 158 Performance Considerations 159 Recommended Practices .160 Lab 4.1: Managing Database Files 161 Review .162 Module 5: Backing Up Databases Overview 167 Preventing Data Loss 168 SQL Server Backup 170 Performing and Storing Backups .171 When to Back Up Databases 172 Backing Up System Databases 173 Backing Up User Databases 175 Activities That Are Restricted During Backup .177 Performing Backups .178 Creating Permanent Backup Files 179 Creating Temporary Backup Files 181 Using Multiple Backup Files to Store Backups 183 Using the BACKUP Statement 185 Backing Up to a Tape Device 187 Specifying Tape Options 188 Types of Backup Methods .190 Performing a Full Database Backup .191 Performing a Differential Backup 193 Performing a Transaction Log Backup 195 Using the NO_TRUNCATE Option .196 Clearing the Transaction Log 197 Performing a Database File or Filegroup Backup .199 vi Contents Restrictions on Backing Up Database Files or Filegroups . 201 Demonstration: Using SQL Server Enterprise Manager to Perform Backups . 202 Planning a Backup Strategy . 203 Full Database Backup Strategy 204 Full Database and Transaction Log Backup Strategy 207 Differential Backup Strategy . 209 Database File or Filegroup Backup Strategy 211 Performance Considerations 213 Recommended Practices . 214 Lab 5.1: Backing Up Databases . 215 Review . 216 Module 6: Restoring Databases Overview 221 SQL Server Recovery Process . 222 SQL Server Activities During the Restore Process . 223 Preparing to Restore a Database . 225 Verifying Backups . 226 Performing Specific Tasks Before Restoring Backups 228 Restoring Backups . 229 Using the RESTORE Statement 230 Initiating the Recovery Process . 231 Specifying Restore Options 232 Restoring Databases from Different Backup Types . 233 Restoring from a Full Database Backup 234 Restoring from a Differential Backup . 236 Restoring a Transaction Log Backup 237 Specifying a Point in Time . 239 Restoring from a File or Filegroup Backup . 241 Using a Standby SQL Server . 243 Setting Up a Standby SQL Server 244 Using the Standby SQL Server as a Read-Only Server . 246 Using the STANDBY Option 248 Replacing a Production Server with a Standby SQL Server . 250 Restoring Damaged System Databases . 252 Recommended Practices . 254 Lab 6.1: Restoring Databases 255 Review . 256 Module 7: Automating Administrative Tasks Overview 261 Reasons to Automate 262 Introduction to SQL Server Automation 263 Multimedia Presentation: Automating SQL Server Administration . 264 Writing Events to the Application Log . 265 Preparing to Automate . 266 Configuring Mail . 268 Automating Routine Maintenance Tasks . 270 Creating Jobs 271 Contents vii Verifying Permissions 272 Defining Job Steps .274 Determining Action Flow Logic for Each Job Step 276 Scheduling Jobs .277 Creating Operators to Notify .278 Reviewing and Configuring Job History .280 Lab 7.1: Creating Jobs and Operators 282 Creating Alerts 283 Using Alerts to Respond to Potential Problems 284 Creating Alerts to Respond to SQL Server Errors 285 Creating Alerts on a User-defined Error 287 Responding to Performance Condition Alerts 289 Assigning a Fail-Safe Operator 290 Troubleshooting SQL Server Automation 291 Troubleshooting Alerts .293 Lab 7.2: Creating Alerts 295 Automating Multiserver Jobs .296 Defining Multiserver Jobs .298 Demonstration: Creating a Master Job 299 Publishing SQL Server Data on the Web .300 Creating a Web Page 301 Formatting the Web Page .303 Generating the Web Page .304 Managing Web Assistant Jobs .306 Recommended Practices .308 Lab 7.3: Publishing SQL Server Data on the Web 309 Review .310 Module 8: Transferring Data Overview 305 Introduction to Importing and Exporting Data 306 Why to Import and Export Data .307 Why to Transform Data 308 Tools for Importing and Exporting Data in SQL Server .310 Introduction to Data Transformation Services 312 DTS Overview 313 DTS Process .314 DTS Tools 315 Transforming Data with DTS .317 Creating a DTS Package .318 Transforming and Mapping Data .320 Defining Transformation Tasks .322 Defining Workflows 323 Defining Data Lineage .325 Executing and Scheduling a DTS Package 326 Demonstration: Defining a DTS Package 327 Recommended Practices .328 Lab 8.1: Transferring Data 329 Review .330 viii Contents Module 9: Monitoring and Maintaining SQL Server Overview 335 Why Monitor SQL Server . 336 Reasons to Monitor SQL Server 337 Factors That Affect Performance . 338 Detecting Performance Bottlenecks . 340 Tools for Monitoring SQL Server 342 Common Monitoring Tasks 343 Using the Microsoft Event Viewer . 345 Using SQL Server Performance Monitor 346 Using Current Activity in SQL Server Enterprise Manager . 349 Using Transact-SQL to Monitor SQL Server . 351 Using SQL Server Profiler 354 Generating a Query History . 356 Demonstration: Using SQL Server Profiler 358 Using SQL Server Query Analyzer 359 Creating a Maintenance Plan for SQL Server . 360 Developing a Database Maintenance Plan . 361 Automating the Database Maintenance Plan Tasks 363 Recommended Practices . 365 Lab 9.1: Monitoring SQL Server 366 Review . 367 Module 10: Introducing Replication Overview 367 Introduction to Distributed Data . 368 The Need for Distributed Data 369 Considerations for Distributing Data 370 Methods to Distribute Data . 371 Introduction to SQL Server Replication 373 The Publisher-Subscriber Metaphor . 374 Publications and Articles 375 Filtering Data 376 Subscriptions 377 SQL Server Replication Agents . 378 SQL Server Replication Types . 379 Overview of the Replication Types 380 Multimedia Presentation: SQL Server Replication 382 Considerations for Using Merge Replication . 383 Physical Replication Models . 385 Overview of the Replication Models 386 Combining Replication Models and Types 387 Central Publisher/Remote Distributor Example . 388 Central Subscriber/Multiple Publishers Example . 389 Multiple Publishers/Multiple Subscribers Example 390 Recommended Practices . 391 Review . 392 Contents ix Module 11: Planning and Setting Up Replication Overview 395 Planning Replication 396 Design Considerations 397 Determining a Replication Solution .399 Data Definition Issues 400 Configuring Network Security Access 402 Preparing the Servers 403 Setting Up a Distributor 404 Configuring a Distributor 406 Setting Up a Publisher 408 Setting Up a Subscriber 409 Publishing .410 Creating Publications .411 Publishing Considerations .413 Initial Synchronization .414 Subscribing .416 Setting Up Push and Pull Subscriptions 417 Using the Immediate Updating Subscribers Option 418 Performance Considerations 420 Recommended Practices .421 Demonstration: Implementing Replication .422 Lab 11.1: Implementing Replication .423 Review .424 Module 12: Managing Replication Overview 431 Monitoring and Troubleshooting Replication .432 Using SQL Server Replication Monitor 433 Maintaining Replication .434 Using Replication Scripts .436 Monitoring SQL Server Replication Performance 437 Viewing Replication Agent Histories .439 Troubleshooting Replication .440 Replicating in Heterogeneous Environments 442 Replicating Data with ODBC 443 Publishing Data to Heterogeneous Subscribers 444 Replicating from Heterogeneous Databases .445 Publishing on the Internet 446 Recommended Practices .447 Lab 12.1: Maintaining Replication .448 Review .449 Appendix A: Database Schemas Contents x THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK [...]... Objects (SQL- DMO) is a collection of COM-based administration objects used by SQL Server SQL- DMO hides the details of the Transact -SQL statements and is suitable for writing administration scripts for SQL Server The graphical administration tools provided with SQL Server are written using SQL- DMO SQL Server Agent SQL Server Agent is a service that works in conjunction with SQL Server to perform the... SQL Server Overview SQL Server Software Slide Objective To introduce the client software for SQL Server Delivery Tip Briefly demonstrate SQL Server Enterprise Manager, SQL Server Query Analyzer, and the osql utility SQL Server Enterprise Manager Snap-in for Microsoft Management Console ? SQL Server Administration Tools and Wizards ? SQL Server Command Prompt Management Tools ? SQL Server Help and SQL. .. Describe Microsoft® SQL Server ™ version 7.0 and its supported operating system platforms ?? Describe SQL Server architecture ?? Describe SQL Server security ?? Describe SQL Server databases ?? Describe SQL Server application design options, as well as SQL Server implementation and administration activities 14 Module 1: SQL Server Overview ? What Is SQL Server Slide Objective To introduce SQL Server... Transact -SQL statements are the underlying mechanism used to administer SQL Server SQL Server Administration You can administer SQL Server by using: ?? Batch utilities provided with SQL Server, such as osql and bcp ?? Graphical administration tools provided with SQL Server, such as SQL Server Enterprise Manager ?? COM-compatible applications, such as Visual Basic SQL Distributed Management Objects SQL Distributed... standards for SQL Transact -SQL supports the latest ANSI SQL standard published in 1992, called ANSI SQL- 92, plus many extensions to provide increased functionality 16 Module 1: SQL Server Overview SQL Server Platforms Slide Objective To describe SQL Server platforms MS-DOS Windows 3.x Windows NT Windows 95/98 Third Party Lead-in Browsers Internet SQL Server operates on the following platforms… Client... Using COM Using COM Objects Objects SQL Server SQL Server Enterprise Manager Enterprise Manager Lead-in SQL Server provides a variety of management tools that minimize and automate routine administrative tasks SQL Distributed Management Objects SQL Distributed Management Objects Transact -SQL Transact -SQL Client Server SQL Server Agent SQL Server Agent SQL Server SQL Server provides a variety of management... Lead-in SQL Server is a client/server relational database management system that uses Transact -SQL, a Structured Query Language, to send requests between the client and SQL Server Results Results Transact -SQL Transact -SQL Application Application Client SQL Server Relational Database Management System SQL Server is a client/server relational database management system (RDBMS) that uses Transact -SQL to... on the Help menu Transact -SQL Help When using SQL Server Query Analyzer, select a statement name and then press SHIFT+F1 SQL Server documentation set SQL Server Books Online provides online access to SQL Server documentation Microsoft SQL Server OLAP Services Microsoft SQL Server OLAP Services allows summary data to be stored in a variety of formats and locations, including SQL Server and Oracle databases... Application used to install and configure SQL Server SQL Server wizards Tell students to use osql and point out that isql is available for backward compatibility Graphical utility used for starting, stopping, and pausing SQL Server services SQL Server Setup Delivery Tip Purpose Collection of tools that guide users through complex tasks SQL Server Command Prompt Management Tools SQL Server command prompt management... expectations for the course ? Name ? Company Affiliation Good morning Welcome to System Administration for Microsoft SQL Server 7.0 ? Title/Function ? Job Responsibility My name is ? Windows NT Experience ? Database Administration Experience ? SQL Server Experience ? Expectations for the Course Lead-in Introduce yourself Provide a brief overview of your background to establish credibility as a Microsoft SQL . Number: 832B Part Number: X03-912 60 Released: 12/98 Workbook System Administration for Microsoft® SQL Server ™ 7. 0 Information in this document is subject to. and set student expectations for the course. Lead-in Good morning. Welcome to System Administration for Microsoft SQL Server 7. 0. My name is . Introduce
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