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Guest Columnist: Srinivas Sampath

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An Introduction to the Service Broker Part 2

One of the less exciting, but perhaps very powerful new features in SQL Server 2005, the Service Broker is an asynchronous communications method. MVP Srinivas Sampath brings us the second part of his series looking at what you can accomplish with a practical example.   Read more...
By Srinivas Sampath 2005/08/30 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: service broker
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An Introduction to the Service Broker

One of the more interesting new features in SQL Server 2005 is the Service Broker. It's not something to help you manage your financial future, nor is it some new program that handles all the instances and their accounts. It's a message queue and SQL Server MVP Srinivas Sampath brings us a look at this new feature with some code to get you going.   Read more...
By Srinivas Sampath 2007/12/14 (first published: 2005/06/30) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: development
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Recursive Queries in SQL Server 2005

Part 2 of new T-SQL enhancements from Srinivas Sampath. SQL Server 2005 contains a number of enhancements designed to allow you to write more powerful queries while keeping the code structured in a way that makes development and understanding it easier. Building on his first look at Common Table Expressions, Srinivas now looks at recursive queries with CTEs.   Read more...
By Srinivas Sampath 2008/04/18 (first published: 2005/03/03) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: development
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Common Table Expressions in SQL Server 2005

The next evoution of T-SQL, which will be released in SQL Server 2005, contains a number of enhancements designed to allow you to write more powerful queries while keeping the code structured in a way that makes development and understanding it easier. Coming ever so closer to the SQL-99 specification with Common Table Expressions, new author Srinivas Sampath brings us an introduction to this new way of writing complex queries.   Read more...
By Srinivas Sampath 2007/03/09 (first published: 2005/03/02) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: development
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