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onahama - 13/12/2008 09:09 PM
#141

Thank banget nich.... infonya
soekarnohatta45 - 14/12/2008 12:32 AM
#142
Building a Data Warehouse With Examples in SQL Server


Building a Data Warehouse: With Examples in SQL Server describes how to build a data warehouse completely from scratch and shows practical examples on how to do it. Author Vincent Rainardi also describes some practical issues he has experienced that developers are likely to encounter in their first data warehousing project, along with solutions and advice. The RDBMS used in the examples is SQL Server; the version will not be an issue as long as the user has SQL Server 2005 or later.

The book is organized as follows. In the beginning of this book (Chapters 1 through 6), you learn how to build a data warehouse, for example, defining the architecture, understanding the methodology, gathering the requirements, designing the data models, and creating the databases. Then in Chapters 7 through 10, you learn how to populate the data warehouse, for example, extracting from source systems, loading the data stores, maintaining data quality, and utilizing the metadata. After you populate the data warehouse, in Chapters 11 through 15, you explore how to present data to users using reports and multidimensional databases and how to use the data in the data warehouse for business intelligence, customer relationship management, and other purposes. Chapters 16 and 17 wrap up the book: After you have built your data warehouse, before it can be released to production, you need to test it thoroughly. After your application is in production, you need to understand how to administer data warehouse operation.

[CODE]http://rapidshare.com/files/83762985/1590599314.zip[/CODE]
soekarnohatta45 - 14/12/2008 12:36 AM
#143
Data Warehouse With SQL Server 2005 and the Microsoft BI


This groundbreaking book is the first in the Kimball Toolkit series to be product-specific. Microsoft’s BI toolset has undergone significant changes in the SQL Server 2005 development cycle. SQL Server 2005 is the first viable, full-functioned data warehouse and business intelligence platform to be offered at a price that will make data warehousing and business intelligence available to a broad set of organizations. This book is meant to offer practical techniques to guide those organizations through the myriad of challenges to true success as measured by contribution to business value.

Building a data warehousing and business intelligence system is a complex business and engineering effort. While there are significant technical challenges to overcome in successfully deploying a data warehouse, the authors find that the most common reason for data warehouse project failure is insufficient focus on the business users and business problems. In an effort to help people gain success, this book takes the proven Business Dimensional Lifecycle approach first described in best selling The Data Warehouse Lifecycle Toolkit and applies it to the Microsoft SQL Server 2005 tool set.

Beginning with a thorough description of how to gather business requirements, the book then works through the details of creating the target dimensional model, setting up the data warehouse infrastructure, creating the relational atomic database, creating the analysis services databases, designing and building the standard report set, implementing security, dealing with metadata, managing ongoing maintenance and growing the DW/BI system. All of these steps tie back to the business requirements. Each chapter describes the practical steps in the context of the SQL Server 2005 platform.

[CODE]http://rapidshare.de/files/35104192/0471267155.zip[/CODE]
soekarnohatta45 - 14/12/2008 12:39 AM
#144
Beginners Guide to SQL Server Integration Services Using Visual Studio 2005


Sql Server Integration Services with the acronym SSIS is a comprehensive ETL tool that made its debut with SQL Server 2005. It is a tool tightly integrated with the Visual Studio 2005 having all the functionalities that its forerunner DTS (Data Transformation Services) had in SQL Server 2000. This does not mean that it is just an improvement over DTS but a product which is totally different with a vastly improved interface; an extensible architecture; an enlarged tool set; ease of integration with other SQL Server Tools such as Analysis Services; capable of supporting connectivity with third party databases and bringing into a central location many database management tasks.

[CODE]http://rapidshare.com/files/98185925/1847193315.zip[/CODE]
soekarnohatta45 - 14/12/2008 12:46 AM
#145
Practical Business Intelligence with SQL Server 2005


Design, Build, and Manage High-Value BI Solutions with SQL Server 2005

In this book, two of Microsoft’s leading consultants illustrate how to use SQL Server 2005 Business Intelligence (BI) technologies to solve real-world problems in markets ranging from retail and finance to healthcare. Drawing on extensive personal experience with Microsoft’s strategic customers, John C. Hancock and Roger Toren offer unprecedented insight into BI systems design and step-by-step best practices for implementation, deployment, and management.

Hancock and Toren introduce practical BI concepts and terminology and provide a concise primer on the Microsoft BI platform. Next, they turn to the heart of the book–constructing solutions. Each chapter-length case study begins with the customer’s business goals, and then guides you through detailed data modeling. The case studies show how to avoid the pitfalls that derail many BI projects. You’ll translate each model into a working system and learn how to deploy it into production, maintenance, and efficient operation.

Whether you’re a decision-maker, architect, developer, or DBA, this book brings together all the knowledge you’ll need to derive maximum business value from any BI project.

* Leverage SQL Server 2005 databases, Integration Services, Analysis Services, and Reporting Services

* Build data warehouses and extend them to support very large databases
* Design effective Analysis Services databases
* Ensure the superior data quality your BI system needs
* Construct advanced enterprise scorecard applications
* Use data mining to segment customers, cross-sell, and increase the value of each transaction
* Design real-time BI applications
* Get hands-on practice with SQL Server 2005’s BI toolset

[CODE]http://rapidshare.com/files/74699720/Practical_Business_Intelligence_with_SQL_Server_2005.rar[/ CODE]
soekarnohatta45 - 14/12/2008 12:50 AM
#146
ADO.NET Programming in Visual Basic .NET


Prentice Hall PTR's new ADO.NET Programming in Visual Basic .NET - The practical guide to database development with VB.NET and ADO.NET Includes detailed coverage of XML-based Web services Data providers, DataGrids, DataSets, data binding, and much more Complete case study application-building a robust ADO.NET data control Build powerful database apps and Web services fast, with VB.NET and ADO.NET! With ADO.NET, you can build database-enabled applications and Web services with more speed, flexibility, and power than ever before. ADO.NET Programming in Visual Basic .NET teaches you all you'll need to know to make the most of ADO.NET - whether you're an experienced Visual Basic database programmer or not. The authors' realistic code examples and practical insights illuminate ADO.NET from its foundations to state-of-the-art data binding and application optimization. Coverage includes - Understanding the ADO.NET class libraries Utilizing Visual Basic.NET's powerful database programming tools Connecting to databases using ADO.NET's wide range of data providers Using DataSets to read, store, and process XML data Mastering data binding with Windows Forms and ASP.NET Web Forms Building data-driven XML-based Web Services and Windows thin client applications The book concludes with a complete case study application - constructing a .NET version of the powerful ADO data control that VB 6 programmers loved, but isn't included in ADO.NET.

[CODE]http://rapidshare.com/files/89929357/0131018817.zip[/CODE]
soekarnohatta45 - 14/12/2008 01:00 AM
#147
MCTS Exam 70-536


Exam Prep Guide Ace your preparation for the skills measured by MCTS Exam 70-536 and on the job. Work at your own pace through a series of lessons and reviews that fully cover each exam objective. Then, reinforce what you ve learned by applying your knowledge to real-world case scenarios and labs. This official Microsoft study guide is designed to help you make the most of your study time.

[CODE]http://rapid*share.com/files/170547484/0735626197.zip[/CODE]
soekarnohatta45 - 14/12/2008 01:01 AM
#148
Microsoft SQL Server 2008 All-In-One Desk Reference For Dummies


If you're in charge of database administration, developing database software, or looking for database solutions for your company, Microsoft SQL Server 2008 All-In-One Desk Reference For Dummies can help you get a handle on this extremely popular relational database management system. Here you'll find what's new in the latest version; how to choose and install the right variation for your needs; how to monitor, maintain, and protect your data; and what it takes to keep your database healthy. You'll discover how to:

* Build and maintain tables
* Design a database and communicate with it
* Retrieve, analyze, and report data
* Build solid, robust database applications
* Use the SQL Server Optimizer and Query Designer
* Navigate SQL Server with Visual Studio
* Develop useful reports with the Report Builder and Report Designer
* Create Business Intelligence solutions with Business Intelligence Development Studio
* Configure your server and perform major administrative tasks

[CODE]http://rapid*share.com/files/170551455/0470179546.zip[/CODE]
newbiebanget - 14/12/2008 07:29 AM
#149

thx updatenya gan...
soekarnohatta45 - 14/12/2008 08:43 PM
#150
Windows PowerShell Cookbook for Windows, Exchange 2007, and MOM V3


This Cookbook by Windows PowerShell team developer Lee Holmes provides hundreds of tested scripts that you can use right away to get Microsoft's new tool working for you. More than 150 recipes, combined with a concise task-based introduction to the Windows PowerShell scripting language and environment, make it the perfect look-up guide when you encounter a thorny problem, or need a quick solution. The ideal companion to any tutorial or reference, this book meets the needs of system administrators at any level.

Microsoft has revolutionized the world of system management and command-line shells with its release of Windows PowerShell, and Lee Holmes gives you practical tools and inside advice that will make you a more productive user and administrator. You will be able to solve everything from automating routine tasks, working with files, event logs and other forms of structured data, to managing the users and resources of complex Windows networks. Each recipe includes a focused piece of code plus discussion of how and why it works, so that you can apply the solution to similar tasks.

You get an array of recipes covering PowerShell fundamentals, common tasks, and administrator tasks, including:

* Pipelines, variables, objects, looping and flow control, strings and unstructured text, calculations and math

* Simple files; structured files; Internet-enabled scripts; code reuse; lists, arrays and hashtables; user feedback; error management; environmental awareness; script signing; and more

* Files and directories, registry manipulation, comparing data, event logs, process cmdlets, service cmdlets, Active Directory, enterprise computer management, and more

Those who administer Microsoft's Exchange 2007 and System Center Operations Manager (formerly MOM) will also benefit from this book, with separate chapters devoted to these servers. All Windows administrators will appreciate the appendices that include a PowerShell language quick reference, and a reference to the .NET, WMI and COM objects that PowerShell scripters will use often.

With working scripts, tutorials, and references all in one volume, Windows PowerShell Cookbook will turbocharge the productivity of any Windows administrator.

[CODE]http://rapidshare.com/files/83116116/0596528493.zip[/CODE]
soekarnohatta45 - 14/12/2008 08:48 PM
#151
C# COM+ Programming


C# COM+ Programming is a must-have for developers already working with COM+ who are ready to transition to the .NET Platform. You will be able to take your existing skills as a COM+ component programmer into the .NET Framework quickly and easily.

[CODE]http://rapidshare.com/files/125855096/0764548352.zip[/CODE]
NewGuest - 15/12/2008 08:54 AM
#152

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bro, password zipnya apa ne bro?
soekarnohatta45 - 15/12/2008 08:57 AM
#153

pass: namdatviet
NewGuest - 15/12/2008 10:18 AM
#154

Quote:
Original Posted By soekarnohatta45
pass: namdatviet


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newbiebanget - 15/12/2008 01:43 PM
#155

bukunya tambah mantap gan...
MariBersatu - 15/12/2008 08:09 PM
#156

tengkyu bos lg mo blajar nich
soekarnohatta45 - 16/12/2008 01:56 AM
#157
Sybex Mastering Microsoft Visual Basic 2008


This expert guide covers what you need to know to program with Visual Basic 2008, employ the latest Visual Studio 2008 tools, and operate efficiently within the .NET Framework. In an easy-to-follow style, the book moves from in-depth explanations to practical instruction to real-world examples. Explore basic coding in VB 2008 and learn to build interfaces without coding by using Visual Studio 2008's drag-and-drop visual tools. You ll get up to speed on LINQ and handle key tasks such as programming TreeView controls, and more.

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soekarnohatta45 - 16/12/2008 02:01 AM
#158
LINQ For Dummies


If you’ve asked yourself “Why can’t I develop database and XML queries in a language I already know?”, then Language INtegrated Query, or LINQ, is for you. LINQ For Dummies introduces you to LINQ and the .NET Framework technologies, so you can use LINQ to query any object, any data set, any kind of XML, and SQL Server—no questions asked.
This plain-English guide gives you a thorough overview of LINQ, from understanding the tasks it performs to making LINQ work with both Visual Basic and Visual Studio 2005. It explains the four LINQ providers in the .NET Framework, the easiest ways to go about accessing data, and how to write more efficient applications with less code using LINQ. There’s also clear guidance on combining third-party providers with LINQ to create even more powerful apps. With this single, comprehensive guide, you’ll discover how to:

Use one query language with all Microsoft languages
Examine .NET language extensions and work with extension methods, partial methods, lambda expressions, and query expressions
LINQ to DataSet operators, SQL server operations, XML API, or Active Directory
Deal with databases — download and install the Northwind database, generate Northwind entity classes, and create the Northwind XML mapping file
Create the partial class example, the partial method example, and the database modification example
Use objects with LINQ
Query databases in Visual Basic and C#

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soekarnohatta45 - 16/12/2008 05:53 PM
#159
Practical Database Programming with Visual Basic.NET


Unlike most other database programming books, which discuss and present database programming techniques through huge blocks of programming code, this book uses a unique writing style to show readers how to develop professional and practical database programs using Visual Basic.NET 2005 Design Tools and Wizards related to ADO.NET 2.0, and to apply codes that are auto-generated by using Wizards. Avoiding overly large blocks of code, the book shows a simple and easy way to create database programs and enable the reader to build professional and practical databases more efficiently. In addition to Design Tools and Wizards, the runtime object method is also discussed and analyzed to allow users to design and implement more sophisticated data-driven applications with complicated coding techniques. Three popular database systems - Microsoft Access, SQL Server 2005, and Oracle Database 10g Express Edition (XE) - are discussed in detail, with practical examples and sample projects. This book will attract college students, programmers, and software engineers alike.

[CODE]http://rapidshare.com/files/172244877/0521885183.zip[/CODE]
mr roboto - 16/12/2008 07:44 PM
#160
[ASK] beda vb .net express dengan yg standard/ professional
Boleh nanya g ya di sini?

Bulan ini gw ada project kecil buat aplikasi POS. Semula gw mau pake Java/ Python, tapi kepikiran mau coba pake VB .NET (iseng2 sekalian belajar). Tapi gw cuma bisa pake yg Express edition.

Nah, yang mau gw tanyain, apa di Standard/ Profesional itu ada komponen-komponen yg ga ada di Express editionnya?

Kalo liat sekilas di google/ wikipedia sih cuma beda fitur IDE/ Visual Studionya aja...

Mohon maaf jika pertanyaannya kurang sesuai/ sudah pernah ditanyakan...
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