Tony Rogerson SQL Server MVP
Torver Computer Consultants Ltd
http://www.sql-server.co.uk [UK User Group, FAQ, KB's etc..]
Quote:> Hi all. Im searching a Transact-SQL Manual on the Web and I only found
> at Sybases web. I need one as professional and complete as possible.
> you show me where can I find one? Thanks in advance.
You should see under Product Documentation for SQL on TECHNET.
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Just curious does anyone recall how Informix
has reacted to websites that post information
about how to do things with informix in an
Where I work we've come up with a handful of
generic procedures and guides for the newbie
that are much shorter, concrete, examples of
going from nothing to something with far less
verbosity and theory.
I guess you'd call it a kindergarden or
I know when I was starting they would have been
helpful.. and its very hard to recall the useful
information wanted, and attitude you had before you
Also, we created an opinionated.. "guide to the guides"
and "manual to the manuals" index/review of the
informix documentation. I don't know if the world is
ready for that.. but I don't see that kind of information
even in the Unoffical FAQ from the UK.. so, I'm just
guessing that it's not welcome.
In this litigant happy world, and "cease and decist" or "sue
and ask later" environment. I feel much safer "Asking for
permission" than "Asking for forgiveness.."
I wish there were a Source Forge like effort at Informix
where we could park our webpages and content so that "they"
could rate, rank, or accept responsibility for publicized
content and have the choice of pulling it without sic-ing the
lawyers on us.. if they do that sort of thing. .. Unfortunately
"commercial companies" have associated themselves with "big bad
brother" under the umbrella of "protecting our stock holders
interests" just looking for a way to co-exist.
comment is invited.