JSON (SQL2016 CTP2)

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  • Koen Verbeeck

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    Bleeding edge questions, I like it 🙂

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  • TomThomson

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    Good question. Nice to have a question on something as new as this.

    Also nice to see we will soon have a civilized alternative in SQL Server to that awful XML.

    Tom

  • patricklambin

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    Easy question as I have read yesterday the article about this topic. at[/url]

    And I was surprised to see twice the same topic with the same author.

    I am not liking JSON but I am interested by the next SQL Server version.

    According this blog , it seems that these both FOR JSON clauses will not be alone in the RTM version.

  • Hany Helmy

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    TomThomson (6/19/2015)


    Good question. Nice to have a question on something as new as this.

    Also nice to see we will soon have a civilized alternative in SQL Server to that awful XML.

    Gr8 news 🙂

  • Arno Kwetters

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    Finally we got native JSON in SQL Server !

    I was waiting for that option a long time.

    Thanks for pointing at that for me important option.

  • Ed Wagner

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    TomThomson (6/19/2015)


    Good question. Nice to have a question on something as new as this.

    Also nice to see we will soon have a civilized alternative in SQL Server to that awful XML.

    Amen to that. JSON isn't as bloated as XML, but I admit I'm curious about performance. I hope the implementation of it is better than the implementation of XML.

  • Igor Micev

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    Nice question. Good to know the difference in modes for JSON and XML.

    This is first QotD touching SQL 2016.

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  • akljfhnlaflkj

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    A little ahead of me. We're not there yet.

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