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Managing Spatial Information with SQL Server

You already know how to use SQL Server to manage your core business data, now learn how to leverage this knowledge to manage your "spatial" data.

DATE: September 25, 2001
TIME: 2:00pm ET, 6:00pm GMT
DURATION: 40 minutes, including questions & answers at the end

With SpatialWare for SQLServer, you now have the ability to manipulate spatial objects and store them inside of SQL Server allowing you to share information across the enterprise.

2001-09-24

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SQL Server 2000 User-Defined Functions White Paper

The User_Defined_Functions.exe file contains the User-Defined Functions white paper. The User-Defined functions white paper outlines the characteristics of the new user-defined function (UDF) feature that is introduced in Microsoft SQL Server 2000. The white paper also summarizes how you can create your own Transact-SQL functions to extend the programmability of Transact-SQL.

2001-08-31

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