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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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Store JSON data in SQL Server 2016

By Evgeny Garaev 2018/01/29 | Category: json
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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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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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EzAdo - Part 2

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 2016/11/02 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: ado.net
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EzAdo - Part 1

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 2016/10/24 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: ado.net
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SQL Server 2016: built-in JSON Use case scenarios

There's built-in JSON support starting with SQL Server 2016. Does that mean we should all ditch XML and start using JSON? It depends mostly on the target of your data output processing.   Read more...
By Joao Osorio 2016/08/16 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: json
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Consuming JSON Formatted API Data in 2016

Natively consume JSON data from API sources with SQL 2016 and CLR  Read more...
By Ryan Loftin 2016/06/02 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: json
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Getting Started with JSON Support in SQL Server 2016 – Part 2

Arshad Ali talks about using OPENJSON to read and parse JSON data and looks at how to convert it to tabular format.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2016/03/10 | Source: Database Journal | Category: json
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JSON support in SQL Server 2016

At last, SQL Server has caught up with other RDBMSs by providing a useful measure of JSON-support. It is a useful start, even though it is nothing like as comprehensive as the existing XML support. For many applications, what is provided will be sufficient. Robert Sheldon describes what is there and what isn't.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2016/01/07 | Source: SimpleTalk | Category: json
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De-normalize database schema using JSON

Jovan Popovic talks about transforming complex relational structures into simpler tables using JSON format.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2015/12/08 | Source: Microsoft MSDN | Category: json
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JSON (SQL2016 CTP2)

By pramod singla 2015/06/19 | Category: sql server 2016
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