Fundamentals of Managing Datafiles in SQL Server

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Introduction

Datafiles are physical objects that constitute the most important part of the database system since they contain actual data. You can think of a database as a collection of data files. An instance gives you the means of mounting and accessing such files.

Here, managing datafiles is understanding how to monitor and resize existing datafiles and how to add or remove the data files from a database.

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Basics of SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) – Part 1

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This article aims to share the basics of SQL Server Management Studio, commonly known as SSMS, and some useful tips on working with it. Also, it highlights the importance of SSMS as database development and administration tool.

About SQL Server Management Studio

It is always good to clarify the SSMS definition(s) first. Let’s review some of the definitions from the database perspective.

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SQL Server Lock Escalation

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Introduction

Relational databases follow the ACID properties in how they implement transactions – Atomicity, Consistency, Isolation, and Durability. Isolation is necessary to ensure that multiple transactions can’t cause changes to data and leave the eventual results inconsistent. To guarantee that the operations remain isolated, SQL Server applies Locking mechanisms.

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Learn to Store and Analyze Documents on Windows File System with SQL Server Semantic Search – Part 1

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The article examines storing unstructured data using native windows directory structure and managing it through the SQL Server database. Subsequently, we demonstrate how to perform comparative analysis with the help of Semantic Search in order to get valuable information out of the data. Additionally, you are going to get some hands-on experience of storing and linking documents on Windows File System and using Semantic Search.

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Structured Query Language – Importance of learning SQL

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Computer programming language is a set of detailed instructions for computers or machines for performing specific actions. Through a programming language, we can control the behavior and output of a computer via accurate algorithms. A programming language is also called a computer language or programming system. The computer performs with various programming languages, such as SQL, Java, C++, Python, etc.. These languages allow computers and machines processing the large and complex data more effectively and quickly. That is the reason we find them valuable to organizations, particularly in the creation of system database management services. Read More