Using XQuery, New Large DataTypes, and More

By Bill Graziano on 9 May 2006 | 0 Comments | Tags: SELECT


SQL Server 2005 introduces new datatypes to store large values, integrates enhanced XML querying and data modification with XQuery, and sports a new XML datatype. Follow the link to Using XQuery, New Large DataTypes, and More...

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