In this article we've seen how to create an SQL Server 2000 database from scratch. We used Enterprise Manager and Query Analyzer to accomplish the same goals, and we finished off by looking at some TSQL commands that we can use to manipulate our database.
If you've never worked with SQL Server 2000 before then hopefully this article has given you the information you need to start doing so. If you'd like more information about SQL Server then be sure to checkout the books and links shown below.
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