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May, 2004

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    Bulkload Sample Code

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    As promised, the sample code for my presentation. The Object Demo was from Andy Conrad 's article “Death, Taxes, and Relational Databases, Part 2” . The other demo was mine, and here's the code. Again, the point of this demo was to show how...
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    Tech Ed Wrap-Up

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    So I was hoping to have updated the blog a bit more during the week, but the internet access in the Cabana areas was iffy, and sitting back in the room here I usually just fell asleep. This was my first Tech Ed US (I went to Barcelona last year) and I...
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    New Article - Xml Support in Microsoft Sql Server 2005

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    There's a great new article up on MSDN giving an overview of the XML Support in Sql Server 2005: XML Support in Microsoft SQL Server 2005 How do I know its great? Well, because I contributed of course! Just a little, I did the section on SqlXml...
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    Tech Ed Prep

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    The past couple of weeks I've been working on my slide deck and demos for Tech Ed (DAT 405 if you're coming). My biggest concern is to make sure that my talk isn't stale. I want to ensure that anyone who comes, whether they're brand new to SqlXml or they...
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    Developer.com on Managed SqlXml Classes

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    Someone recently forwarded me this article on Developer.com about the SqlXml Managed Classes. It was a nice little article giving a simple introduction on the usage of our managed classes along with a very simple mapping. Certainly enough to get people...
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