XML in SQL Server News
March 02, 2005
Chris Date, a renowned proponent of the relational model, takes on SQL, XML and all things object-oriented in a fiesty keynote address at the DAMA symposium this week.
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XQuery is a specification for a query language that allows a user or programmer to extract information from an Extensible Markup Language (XML) file or any collection of data that can be XML-like. Continue Reading
Commerce XML (cXML) is a standard for the online exchange of business transaction information in common formats. Continue Reading
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SQL Profiler is an efficient tool for tuning and troubleshooting Microsoft Analysis Services 2005, that is, unless you're managing numerous instances. In this tip, you'll learn how to use XMLA to automate tracing to monitor MSAS. Here's what you ... Continue Reading
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It's critical to understand the effects XML shredding can have on your database environment before selecting a particular shredding approach. Continue Reading
The procedure of loading XML files onto a SQL Server database and processing them into tables is not well documented. Discover a prescribed method that uses both SQL Server functions and XPath expressions. Continue Reading
In this tip, SQL Server expert Robert Sheldon demonstrates how to create a function that runs the XQuery expression and then use that function within your computed column definition. Continue Reading