This article describes how to retrieve information from an SQL table via an HTTP service built on the Microsoft .NET framework. After defining the service model via introspection, you will bind a service operation to a Flex component to use the data in the Flex application.
With a number of clients, I have been provided a sample format for a transactions along with instructions to develop a process to load it into a database as quickly and painlessly as possible. This usually comes with the requirements that the XML data file can have any number of records from 1 to n. This example demonstrates the most efficent and scalable way that I have found to solve this. Not to mention that it can be maintained without rebuilding the solutions each time the data format changes.
This article provides an architectural overview of SQL Azure Database, compares it with SQL Server and describes how you can use SQL Azure to augment your existing on-premises data infrastructure or as your complete database solution.
The Query Optimizer gets it right most of the time, but occasionally it chooses a plan that isn't the best possible. You can give the Query Optimiser a better idea by using Table, Join and Query hints. These come with a risk: Any choices you force on the Optimizer by using hints can turn out to be entirely wrong as the database changes with the addition of data over time.
A SQL Server stored procedure, sometimes referred to as a stored proc or procedure, allows you to write one or more TSQL statements and store them within your database so that they can be called over and over again without having to write that code a again. This article shows you how to create a stored procedure for the Microsoft SQL Server database.