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Understanding Service Broker Constructs (part 2) - Creating Queues for Message Storage
Queues represent a layer of communication indirection between services, allowing them to send and receive messages independently of each other. A queue is a first-class database object, internally implemented as a table that has some unique behaviors.
Understanding Service Broker Constructs (part 1) - Defining Messages and Choosing a Message Type
For the AdventureWorks2008 database to communicate with the XCatMgmt database via Service Broker, a dialog between two services must take place.
SQL Server 2008 : SQL Server Service Broker - Designing a Sample System
In response to the arrival of this new message, Service Broker executes a stored procedure associated with a catalog maintenance service for XCatMgmt, known as its service program.
Migrating Databases and Data to SQL Azure (part 4) - Fixing the Script
Because you selected to script for SQL Server 2008, the script includes some syntax and statements that aren't supported in SQL Azure
Migrating Databases and Data to SQL Azure (part 3) - Reviewing the Generated Script
Open the file you created, and let's take a quick look at the generated T-SQL. The following snippet from what you see shows the creation of three tables and three stored procedures, and a few INSERT statements that add rows of data to some of the tables.
SQL Server 2008 : SQL Server Service Broker - Understanding Distributed Messaging
A default instance of Service Broker exists for every database you create. To find it by using the SQL Server Management Studio Object Browser, you look under the Service Broker node directly under your database’s root node.
SQL Server 2008 : Full-Text Search Troubleshooting
After you create full-text catalogs and indexes that you can query, you have to maintain them. The catalogs and indexes maintain themselves, but you need to focus on backing up and restoring them as well as tuning your search solution for optimal performance
Migrating Databases and Data to SQL Azure (part 2)
Clicking the Advanced button brings up the Advanced Scripting Options dialog shown in Figure 3
Migrating Databases and Data to SQL Azure (part 1) - Generate and Publish Scripts Wizard
The Generate and Publish Scripts Wizard is used to create T-SQL scripts for SQL Server databases and/or related objects within the selected database.
SQL Azure : Security - Access Control
So far, you've spent a lot of time encrypting and hashing values for increased confidentiality and integrity. However, another important aspect of the CIA triad is access control.
SQL Server 2008 : Full-Text Searches (part 3) - Stop Lists
Stop lists are used when you want to hide words in searches or to prevent from being indexed those words that would otherwise bloat your full-text index and might cause performance problems.
SQL Server 2008 : Full-Text Searches (part 2)
SQL Server 2008 FTS supports the proximity predicate, which allows you to search on tokens that are close, or near, to each other. Near is defined as within 50 words. Words separated by more than 50 words do not show up in a CONTAINS or CONTAINSTABLE search
SQL Server 2008 : Full-Text Searches (part 1) - Search Phrase
The search phrase is the phrase or word that you are looking for in a full-text indexed table. If you are searching for more than one word, you have to wrap your search phrase in double quotation marks
SQL Azure : Securing Your Data (part 3) - Certificates
Hashing isn't nearly as complicated as you've seen so far. And although you can store the values you've encrypted so far in the database, in this example you hash all the columns of the rows (except the ID value) to make sure they're unchanged
SQL Azure : Securing Your Data (part 2) - Hashing
Hashing isn't nearly as complicated as you've seen so far. And although you can store the values you've encrypted so far in the database, in this example you hash all the columns of the rows (except the ID value) to make sure they're unchanged
SQL Azure : Securing Your Data (part 1) - Encryption
As mentioned previously, data encryption isn't available. Why? Because SQL Azure doesn't support X.509 certificates yet. Certificates are necessary for many encryption-related features, such as Transparent Data Encryption (TDE), column-level encryption, and certain T-SQL commands, such as FOR ENCRYPTION and SIGNBYCERT.
SQL Azure : Security - Overview
Confidentiality is the ability to ensure that data can be accessed only by authorized users. It's about protecting your data from prying eyes or from inadvertent leakage by using multiple technologies
Setting Up a Full-Text Index (part 4) - Using the Full-Text Indexing Wizard to Build Full-Text Indexes and Catalogs
Although the T-SQL full-text commands provide a scriptable interface for creating full-text catalogs and indexes, sometimes it is easier to use the Full-Text Indexing Wizard to create them.
Setting Up a Full-Text Index (part 3) - Diagnostics
After you create catalogs and indexes, you occasionally need to get information about your catalogs, tables, and indexes. So that you can do this, Microsoft has supplied the sp_help_fulltext_tables and sp_help_fulltext_columns stored procedures and the system view sys.fulltext_catalogs.
Setting Up a Full-Text Index (part 2) - Full-Text Indexing of BLOBs and XML
SQL Server 2008 can natively index content columns of the char, nchar, varchar, nvarchar, text, and xml data types. If you want to index binary large objects, you need to store them in the image or varbinary(max) column and associate with the image column a column that will contain the extension the document would have if it were stored in the filesystem.
Setting Up a Full-Text Index (part 1) - Using T-SQL Commands to Build Full-Text Indexes and Catalogs
In SQL 2008 full-text catalogs are “virtual.” They are just containers for full-text catalog properties like accent sensitivity or catalog rebuild or population statements. They live inside the database in SQL 2008, unlike SQL 2000 and 2005, where the catalogs and full-text indexes resided in the filesystem.
Implementing SQL Server 2008 Full-Text Catalogs
In SQL Server 2005 and previous versions, full-text catalogs were containers for your full-text indexes. In SQL Server 2008, they are really virtual containers on which you can tag various settings and have these settings apply to all indexes placed in that catalog or rebuild all indexes in a catalog at one time.
How SQL Server FTS Works
As mentioned previously, in SQL Server 2008, the catalogs are now stored inside the full-text engine. This redesign has resulted in many architectural changes in SQL Server 2008 Full-Text Search.
SQL Azure : Connecting to a SQL Azure Database (part 2) - Connecting from the Entity Framework
This example uses the ADO.NET Entity Framework and lets it handle your connection
SQL Azure : Connecting to a SQL Azure Database (part 1) - Connecting Using ADO.NET
You have to hand it to Microsoft for going above and beyond in some areas of Azure. The fact that it provides you with connection strings to use in your applications is just plain cool
SQL Azure : Creating Databases, Logins, and Users (part 2)
Now that you've created a database, you need to grant access to other users. This section discusses creating logins and users, and allowing others to access the SQL Azure environment.
SQL Azure : Creating Databases, Logins, and Users (part 1)
When you create databases in a non-Azure environment, you have to know and specify a lot in the CREATE statement. For example, you must provide the path and physical object names of the database and log files, as well as the database size and optionally the maximum size and file growth
SQL Azure : Azure Server Administration (part 3) - Databases
This protection mechanism is the SQL Azure firewall, which prevents restricted access to all your databases until you physically specify which computers have permission. Access to your SQL Azure databases is based on the originating IP address that makes a request.
SQL Azure : Azure Server Administration (part 2) - Firewall Settings
This protection mechanism is the SQL Azure firewall, which prevents restricted access to all your databases until you physically specify which computers have permission. Access to your SQL Azure databases is based on the originating IP address that makes a request.
SQL Azure : Azure Server Administration (part 1) - Server Information
Administering your SQL Azure projects is easy. Go ahead and click the project you created in the Summary window. You're prompted to enter a username and password.
 
 
 
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