SQL Server Advanced Data Types (Apress)
Monday, 22 October 2018

This book explores each of the complex data types supplied within SQL Server, and shows typical ways each of the complex data types might be used, followed by a detailed discussion on how to work with each data type. Author Peter Carter offers a practical guide to working with complex data, using real-world examples to demonstrate how each data type can be used. Performance considerations are also discussed, including the implementation of special indexes such as XML indexes and spatial indexes.

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Author: Peter Carter
Publisher: APress
Date: August 2018
Pages: 408
ISBN: 978-1484239001
Print: 1484239008
Kindle: B07FNCN52L
Audience: SQL developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: Database

Reviews of other titles by Peter Carter:

Pro SQL Server Administration - rated 5 out of 5 by Ian Stirk

SQL Server AlwaysOn Reveaed - rated 4.7 out of 5 by Ian Stirk

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