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I'm going through the SQL Server 2008 I&M self-paced training manual, and when I do the exercise for creating a database, here's what happens: CREATE DATABASE TK432 ON PRIMARY ( NAME = N'TK432_Data', FILENAME = N'c:\test\TK432.mdf', SIZE = 8MB, MAXSIZE = UNLIMITED, FILEGROWTH = 16MB...
how to create database using c language
I am not an expert on Access; however, as a student in college my professor commented that my Microsoft Database was built from a table. Can someone tell me what does that mean? And do your templates build from a table? I guess I really want to know how to prevent a template from building a...