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An Overview of SQL Server 2005 for the Database Developer

With the release of Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Beta 2, the world of database development is changing. As a database developer, you now have the option to appropriately locate your code in relation to its functionality, to access data in native formats such as XML, and to build complex systems that are driven by the power of the database server. Database development is becoming more integrated than ever before, and all of the tools that you need are available right at your fingertips.


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Work with XML Data Type in SQL Server 2005 from ADO.NET 2.0

One of the excellent features of the next release of SQL Server, known as SQL Server 2005, is its deep XML integration with the SQL Server database engine. This integration goes well beyond the simple relational-to-XML mapping layer that SQL Server 2000 provided. SQL Server 2005 will feature a native XML data type that will allow you to store native XML data in SQL Server itself.


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Working with Image Objects in InfoPath 2003 and SQL Server 2000

You can use features in Microsoft Office InfoPath 2003 Service Pack (SP) 1 to work more efficiently with image objects and other data. Learn how to use BLOB data types to work with data stored in a Microsoft SQL Server 2000 database from an InfoPath form. InfoPath 2003 provides a robust and rich interface to store and access data in SQL Server databases. Learn about best practices for integrating SQL Server databases and InfoPath form data, with an illustrative example.


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