SQL Server 2005 has grown to include more versions of the platform than ever before. One of the newest is SQL Server Everywhere, now known as SQL Server Compact Edition. Jacob Sebastian brings us a great introduction for you to understand how this version disappears from the others and where it can be used.
Continuing with his series on XML in SQL Server 2005, Jacob Sebastian brings us a number of examples on how to work with XML in different situations with SQL Server 2005.
Connecting to a SQL Server 2005 database is a simple process, but connecting to an Analysis Services 2005 database takes a bit more effort. Longtime data warehousing author Jacob Sebastian brings us a quick tutorial on how you can connect from Management Studio.
In the previous articles, Jacob Sebastian looked at using XML to save a sales order with variable numbers of line items to a SQL Server
2000 database. In this part, he expands upon the processing to access that data from multiple nodes.
How many times have you tried to save a sales order to your database? For many DBAs this is a common scenario and one of the challenges is the many round trips for the various line items. Jacob Sebastian brings us the first part of a four part series looking at how you can use XML to reduce the round trips in SQL Server 2000.