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|Using FILESTREAM and FILETABLES in SQL Server|
Steve Stedman - SQL341 -> Material Evaluation Add to my schedule
Configuring and Using FILESTREAM and FILETABLES in SQL Server
Developers love to use SQL Server to store files, but this causes headaches for the DBA, finally a reasonable solution for file storage in SQL Server FILETABLES and FILESTREAM. SQL Server 2008 and 2012 add the new features of FILESTREAM and FILETABLES. Learn how to configure and manipulate files in your SQL Server with FILESTREAM, then learn how to do everything that FILESTREAM sounds like it should do with FILETABLES. With FILETABLES inserting is as easy as drag and drop.
|RESTful APIs, Beyond Pretty URIs|
Rob Daigneau - ARC460 -> Material Evaluation Add to my schedule
RESTFul APIs have been lauded for many reasons. Not only do they effectively decouple clients from the remote procedures used to handle client requests, they also offer a well-known interface that is easily understood and consumed by clients running on all platforms. In this session we’ll expand upon a few of the patterns found in the book Service Design Patterns. You’ll see how a service can support unpredictable and complex search criteria, and how to use Media Type Negotiation to request specific versions of a message structure. You’ll also see how services can use hypermedia to guide clients through state transitions. The ASP.NET Web API will be used to demonstrate the patterns.