Dynamic SQL has great uses, some risks, and is often little understood.  This webinar will start with the basics and explain how and when to use Dynamic SQL along with discussing various techniques. 

Since SQL injection attacks exploit dynamic SQL usage, you’ll learn about injection and some methods to prevent these SQL vulnerabilities.  Join Embarcadero's upcoming webinar, get SQL Smart and Stop the Injection.

Webinar attendees will learn how to:
  • Create and use Dynamic SQL using EXEC
  • Compare different Dynamic SQL techniques
  • Create and use Dynamic SQL with the sp_executesql store procedure
  • Prevent SQL injection attacks.

About the presenters:

Rick Morelan

Rick Morelan has been working with Microsoft since the late 90s and has attained over 30 Microsoft certifications in applications, networking, databases and .NET development, including MCDBA, MCTS, MCITP, MCAD, MOE, MCSE and MCSE+. His SQL certification in 2008 is the 4th generation of SQL certification in Implementation, Administration, and BI which also includes (SQL 7.0, SQL 2000, SQL 2005, and SQL 2008).

Rick has provided training for Northwest University, Volt Technical Education, and Microsoft. He currently works as a Software Design Engineer in Test for the Windows Mobile group, Bellevue College, and Moretechnology.com. As the author of the "SQL Joes 2 Pros" book and video series, the focus is upon delivering the most effective and relevant learning material. Rick has comprehensive real-world knowledge in the subjects to prepare you for real-world troubleshooting issues while backing it up with the IT certification.

Scott Walz

Scott Walz has more than 20 years of experience in the area of database development and currently serves as the Director of Software Consultants for Embarcadero Technologies.  Prior to joining Embarcadero 12 years ago, Scott served as a development lead for Louisville Gas & Electric. He holds a bachelor's degree in computer information systems from Western Kentucky University.


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