SQL Server 2000

Q1: Which of the following is a way to create and modify tables using SQL Server?

A Write SQL code using either CREATE or ALTER SQL statements only.

B Use the graphical facilities of SQL Server Enterprise Manager only.

C Both of the two methods above will work.

D Neither of the two methods above will work.

Q2: SQL Server program code that is executed instead of an SQL command that needs to be processed is called a(n):

A INSTEAD OF trigger.

B BEFORE trigger.

C AFTER trigger.

D BEGIN trigger.

Q3: Which type of SQL Server cursor concurrency places an update lock on a row when the row is read?

A READ_ONLY

B SCROLL_LOCK

C OPTIMISTIC

D READCOMMITTED

Q4: SQL Server program code that is executed after an SQL command has been processed is called a(n):

A INSTEAD OF trigger.

B BEFORE trigger.

C AFTER trigger.

D BEGIN trigger.

Q5: With which type of SQL Server recovery model, is no logging done?

A Differential recovery

B Full recovery

C Bulk-logged recovery

D Simple recovery

Q6: SQL Server automatically creates an index on:

A primary keys only.

B foreign key only.

C both primary and foreign keys.

D SQL Server never automatically creates an index.

Q7: Which of the following refers to the SQL Server transaction isolation level which places and holds locks on all rows that are read?

A REPEATABLE READ

B SERIALIZABLE

C READ COMMITTED

D READ UNCOMMITTED

Q8: Using SQL Server 2000, which of the following symbols is used to indicate parameters in stored procedures?

A #

B %

C &

D @

Q9: With which type of SQL Server recovery model are all database changes logged?

A Differential recovery

B Full recovery

C Simple recovery

D Bulk-logged recovery

Q10: With which type of SQL Server recovery model are all database changes logged except those that cause large log entries?

A Differential recovery

B Full recovery

C Simple recovery

D Bulk-logged recovery

Q11: With this type of SQL Server cursor concurrency no lock is obtained until the user updates the data.

A READ_ONLY

B SCROLL_LOCK

C OPTIMISTIC

D PESSIMISTIC

Q12:
Which of the following is not a factor in determining the concurrency control behavior of SQL Server?

A Lock level

B Transaction isolation level

C Cursor concurrency setting

D Locking hints

Q13: SQL Server 2000 stored procedures can:

A never be kept within the database.

B be kept within the database and invoked by application programs.

C be stored on the users' computer.

D support BEFORE, INSTEAD OF and AFTER types.

Q14: What mode of authentication does SQL Server NOT provide?

A Windows-only security

B Both SQL Server and Windows-only security

C Mixed security

D SQL Server only security

Q15: Which of the three possible types of triggers does SQL Server support?

A INSTEAD OF only

B AFTER only

C BEFORE only

D INSTEAD OF and AFTER only

Q16: The strictest transaction isolation level provided by SQL Server is called:

A REPEATABLE READ.

B SERIALIZABLE.

C READ COMMITTED.

D READ UNCOMMITTED.

Q17: An SQL Server 2000 language that adds programming elements like parameters, variables, IF, WHILE loops, and so forth, to the basic capabilities of SQL is called:

A COBOL.

B VB.NET.

C TRANSACT SQL.

D Visual Basic.

Q18: With this type of index, the data are stored in the bottom level of the index and in the same order as that index.

A Nonclustered

B Clustered

C Primary

D Secondary


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