A Hitchhiker's Guide to StreamInsight Queries

A Hitchhiker's Guide to StreamInsight Queries

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Event-driven processing through declarative, long-standing queries is a fundamentally different paradigm than the request-response model seen in databases, or the store and forward model seen in messaging systems. In order to assist you in your efforts at learning this new paradigm, we have put together a white paper

  1. to help you “think through” stream processing in simple, layered levels of understanding – as a complement to the product documentation and
  2. to reinforce this learning through examples for various use cases – so that you can design the query plan for a particular problem, and compose the corresponding LINQ query.

The guide consists of a PDF document and a VS solution that accompanies the paper.

Regards,

The StreamInsight Team

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  • Excellent resource, would like to see more of the same delving into different vertical solution samples, really helps to cement in your mind what you can achieve.

  • This stuff is really starting to come together,  great documentation and product!

  • Great article, one thing that adds some volume is the Linq Pad article which relates to this - blogs.msdn.com/.../streaminsight-linqpad-driver.aspx

  • Great article, one thing that adds some volume is the Linq Pad article which relates to this - blogs.msdn.com/.../streaminsight-linqpad-driver.aspx

  • Great article, one thing that adds some volume is the Linq Pad article which relates to this - blogs.msdn.com/.../streaminsight-linqpad-driver.aspx

  • Great article, one thing that adds some volume is the Linq Pad article which relates to this - blogs.msdn.com/.../streaminsight-linqpad-driver.aspx

  • A word of caution for users having non-US default cultures: pass the culture-agnostic DateTimeFormatInfo to DateTime.Parse in HelloToll.cs, like in what follows:

    DateTime.Parse("2/20/2009",new System.Globalization.DateTimeFormatInfo())

    ...or else the project compiles but fails at type initialization time when run.

  • Small detail for the PDF: in the literature of temporal databases, the quantum of time is called "chronon", not "cronon". Coming from Greek "chronos", time, (root also found in "chronic").

    cf. The Consensus Glossary of Temporal Database Concepts, widely available.

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