Not finding what you are looking for? View a video demo or contact us at

Gives software architects and developers a look at how SQL 2000's Web access and XML features could support simpler, more efficient application architectures

Explains Extensible Markup Language (XML), XML Schemas, Style sheets and XSL, and XPath

Shows how SQL Server 2000 could support XML messaging in a hypothetical business-to-business (B2B) Web service

Diagrams how the three major components in SQL Server 2000 provide Web access and XML support

New features in SQL Server 2000 for searching and storing long documents such as Word files in the database

Additional sources of information about all aspects of SQL Server 2000

Summarizes how each of the four Microsoft server licensing models apply to SQL Server 2000 and SQL Server 7

For companies with multiple directories, Microsoft Metadirectory Services can provide centralized management of the identity data stored in the directories

Describes the need to coordinate information across multiple directories, why it is a tough issue to tackle, and the basic strategies for addressing the challenge

Illustrates the three main components of Microsoft Metadirectory Services