At this year's Siebel Customer World conference in Boston, Bhushan Nene, a Program Manager in the Developer and Platform Evangelism organization, chatted with a few folks about SOA (service oriented architecture), SQL Server, and SQL-Siebel integration.
Note: To see all three videos, click on the headline. Does your code go 218 m.p.h.? The code on this project goes that fast and faster. In October we traveled to meet the
Target Indy Race Team (Chip Ganassi Racing) to find out how the Target team uses the technology.
OK, OK, a Microsoft…
Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 includes a report designer functionality and a new set of ReportViewer controls that can be used to build and display reports within custom applications. Reports may contain
tabular, aggregated, and even multidimensional data. The ReportViewer controls are used to…
The hosting of the .NET Framework within SQL Server 2005 allows the development of managed code within the database. This becomes an important addition to TSQL as a way to extend SQL Server. It is important to remember that the ability
to write managed code doesn’t mean that you should forget…
IT Heroes! Stories from the Trenches
Today marks one of the most anticipated product launches in Microsoft history. Today we launch SQL 2005 and Visual Studio 2005 and revolutionize the database world and the developer world.
In keeping with that theme here is a 20 minute interview with Bill…
SQL Server 2005 includes some new encryption capabilities that all administrators, programmers and database analyst should be aware of. Key and Certificate creation and management is now an integral
part of SQL Server 2005. You have the flexibility to create your own X.509 certificates, use…
A number of
changes and improvements have been made to SQL Server 2005. Did I really need to state that? One of the big improvements is in the management and security area. The SQL Management Object (SMO) infrastructure replaces much of what used to be accomplished
using SQL-DMO. SMO is…
Federal Developer Evangelist Marc Schweigert shows you how ADO.NET 2.0 provides generic classes that allow you to write code that can work across different data providers using the new Provider
Federal Developer Evangelist Marc Schweigert shows you how to take advantage of this new feature of SQL Server 2005. You'll see how to create a web service straight out of the database using T-SQL without
the need for IIS.