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Approaches to Import JSON in SSIS (SQL Server 2016+) Part 2

In this article, 2nd of 2-part series, we will look at the 3rd approach to import JSON, recap both parts of the series and form a conclusion.  Read more...
By Nikolai Basov 2018/08/27 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: sql server 2016
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Azure DevOps: Show Me the JSON!

Creating resources in Azure, while not difficult, can be time consuming if you use the manual steps. One way to automate the process is by using JSON templates to save time and enforce standards. In this article, Brian Flynn describes how to create JSON templates for deploying a network with virtual machines.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2018/08/23 | Source: SimpleTalk | Category: azure
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Approaches to Import JSON in SSIS (SQL Server 2016+) Part 1

In this article, 1st of 2-part series, we will look at 2 approaches to import JSON in SSIS using 2 methods: the new functionality of SQL Server 2016 and the Json.NET library.  Read more...
By Nikolai Basov 2018/08/20 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: sql server 2016
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Importing JSON Collections into SQL Server

Microsoft introduced native support for JSON in SQL Server in version 2016. In this article, Phil Factor shows how to import JSON documents into to SQL Server database tables, even if there is a bit of complexity in the original data.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2018/06/04 | Source: SimpleTalk | Category: json
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Different Ways to Import JSON Files into SQL Server

Nat Sundar explains the different ways to load JSON data into SQL Server, along the way also covering the use OpenRowset and OpenJSON functions to manage JSON data effectively.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2018/03/20 | Source: MSSQLTips.com | Category: json
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JSON in SQL Server 2016

By Evgeny Garaev 2018/03/13 | Category: sql server 2016
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JSON performance

By Evgeny Garaev 2018/02/26 | Category: json
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An Easier Way of Pivoting Data in SQL Server

There are several methods to pivot, or transpose, data in T-SQL, but most are difficult to understand and write. Phil Factor demonstrates how to take advantage of JSON support, introduced with SQL Server 2016, to create a function that makes pivoting data simple.  Read more...
By 2018/02/16 | Source: SimpleTalk | Category: pivoting
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Format Query Results as JSON with FOR JSON

By Evgeny Garaev 2018/02/05 | Category: json
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Store JSON data in SQL Server 2016

By Evgeny Garaev 2018/01/29 | Category: json
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Generating test data in JSON files using SQL Data Generator

SQL Data Generator is adept at filling SQL Server databases with ‘spoof’ data, for use during development and testing activities. However, what if instead of a SQL Server database full of fake data, you need a JSON file?  Read more...
By 2017/12/11 | Source: Redgate | Category: redgate
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Importing JSON Data from Web Services and Applications into SQL Server

To support many applications, it makes sense for the database to work with JSON data, because it is the built-in way for a JavaScript or TypeScript application to represent object data. It can mean less network traffic, looser coupling, and less need for the application developer to require full access to the base tables of the database. However, it means that the database must do plenty of checks first before importing. Phil Factor explains how it can be easily done.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2017/12/04 | Source: SimpleTalk | Category: json
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Consuming hierarchical JSON documents in SQL Server using OpenJSON

Over the years, Phil was struck by the problems of reading and writing JSON documents with SQL Server, and wrote several articles on ways of overcoming these problems. Now that SQL Server 2016 onwards has good JSON support, he thought that the articles would be forgotten. Not so, they continue to be popular, so he felt obliged to write about how you can use SQL Server's JSON support to speed the process up.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2017/11/15 | Source: SimpleTalk | Category: json
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Microservices in SQL Server

In SQL Server 2017 consuming or providing JSON data is so efficient that you can implement effective microservices right from the database, argues Phil Factor.   Read more...
By Phil Factor 2017/11/13 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: editorial
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Representing a simple hierarchical list in SQL Server with JSON, YAML, XML and HTML

How difficult can it be to produce a simple hierarchical list in JSON, YAML, XML and HTML from a SQL Server table that represents a simple hierarchy within an organisation. Well once you know, it is easy and William Brewer is on a mission to tell you how.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2017/09/28 | Source: SimpleTalk | Category: json
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JSON query issues

By Steve Jones 2017/06/15 | Category: json
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Understanding OPENJSON and FOR JSON in Azure and SQL 2016

An example of exporting and importing table data with JSON in Azure and SQL Server 2016.  Read more...
By Ryan Loftin 2017/06/09 (first published: 2016/05/05) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: openjson
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EzAdo Part 4

EzAdo is a very simple api built to exploit some new features of SQL 2016. It combines software, convention, and creativity to get more done in less time.  Read more...
By Alan Hyneman 2016/11/29 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: ado.net
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Exporting Data from JSON to CSV with SSIS

The following tutorial will show how to export JSON data to a CSV file using SSIS  Read more...
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EzAdo Part 3

EzAdo is a very simple api built to exploit some new features of SQL 2016. It combines software, convention, and creativity to get more done in less time.  Read more...
By Alan Hyneman 2016/11/03 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: ado.net
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