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XML XML document XML fragment FOR XML XML data type SQLCLR Filestream
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In the following case scenario, you apply what you have learned in this chapter. You can find answers to these questions in the Answers section at the end of this book.
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Case Scenario: How Should You Store Data
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You are a database developer for Contoso News Corporation. You have been given the responsibility to design the storage of news articles produced by the organization s reporters. An article always has a title, but its content may consist of several paragraphs, tables, headings, and lists. An article must always be assigned to a predefined category. Answer the following question for your manager:
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How would you design the storage of this data That is, which tables do you need and which columns do you need in each table
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To help you master the exam objectives presented in this chapter, do all of the following practices:
Create and Deploy CLR-Based Objects
Create the tables suggested in the answer of the case scenario and populate them with at least five articles.
Practice 1
Retrieve Relational Data as XML
Practice 2 Create an XML schema collection that validates the content XML column from Practice 1. Practice 3
Apply the XML schema collection from Practice 2 to the content column.
Transform XML Data into Relational Data
Practice 4 Modify the schema used by the XML schema collection in Practice 3 by, for example, changing the name of one of the defined elements.
Query XML Data
Practice 5 Using SQLCLR, create a UDT that can store information about a customer, including name, phone number, and address.
Use the data type that you created in Practice 5 to create a column in a table, and then populate it with a few customers.
Practice 6
Extending Microsoft SQL Server Functionality with XML, SQLCLR, and Filestream
Manage XML Data
Practice 7 Change the definition of your customer UDT by creating a column in the table to store the address. Instead of using a UDT, move the address from the UDT to the new column, remove the address property from the UDT, and redeploy the UDT to the SQL Server instance.
take a Practice test
The practice tests on this book s companion CD offer many options. For example, you can test yourself on just the content covered in this chapter, or you can test yourself on all the 70-433 certification exam content. You can set up the test so that it closely simulates the experience of taking a certification exam, or you can set it up in study mode so that you can look at the correct answers and explanations after you answer each question.
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For details about all the practice test options available, see the section entitled How to Use the Practice Tests in the Introduction to this book.
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Extending Microsoft SQL Server Functionality with the Spatial, Full-Text Search, and Service Broker
ith the new spatial data types provided in Microsoft SQL Server 2008, you can store location data that allows you to work with location and geospatial information. You can use the geography and geometry data types to track standard geometric x, y, and z coordinates, as well as ellipsoidal (round-earth) representations such as latitude and longitude. Companies might use this data to track sales regions, determine routes from a warehouse to a store, or determine the location of a particular classroom in a school and find the distance to the nearest fire escape.
As a database developer, your databases can contain special function data types such as varchar(max), XML, geometry, or geography. SQL Server 2008 provides you with the tools you need to use this data efficiently. The full-text search capabilities allow you to perform advanced linguistic based searches that are well beyond the capabilities of the LIKE clause. In addtion, these searches can be completed on columns with data types such as varbinary(max) that cannot be listed as key columns in standard indexes. In addition, SQL Server Service Broker allows you to build applications that take advantage of the guaranteed asynchronous message delivery between local or remote services. Service Broker uses a combination of objects such as queues, dialogs, contracts, services, and message types to develop asynchronous messaging solutions. A company might use Service Broker to design a series of applications that automate the reimbursement of travel expenses for company employees. When employees fill out expense reports, the information is sent to a queue where it is stored until the nightly batch processing of the reports. Expense reports with the appropriate information are then sent to an application to be paid. Incomplete expense reports are flagged and then forwarded through another service to a queue to await manual processing by a manager.
Exam objectives in this chapter:
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