SQL Server 2012 provides advanced features to enable large data to be stored and accessed within the database itself. By using the FILESTREAM and FileTable features documents are stored in the Windows file system but accessed through the database using T-SQL queries. SQL Server also allows these documents to be searched for words or phrases. Advanced query techniques can also be used to manipulate data to retrieve specific data. This course demonstrates how to configure FILESTREAM, FileTables, and Full-Text Search. It also demonstrates how to use advanced query technique such as PIVOT, UNPIVOT, CROSS APPLY, OUTER APPLY, and CTEs, as well as Spatial data. This course is one of a series in the Skillsoft learning path that covers the objectives for the Exam 70-464: Developing Microsoft SQL Server Databases. This series may also cover SQL Server 2014 features and functionalities as required by the exam objectives. This exam is one of the requirements for the MCSE: Data Platform certification path.
Database Administrator and developers who create and manage databases within their organization as part of their daily tasks. This can include creating the database objects, ensuring their security, implementing and ensuring data integrity, managing transactions and locks, and ensuring the server instance and database are running efficiently.
Microsoft SQL Server 2012 – Developing Databases: Working with Data
- configure FILESTREAM in SQL Server 2012
- recognize how to manage SQL Server 2012 FileTables in a given scenario
- create a full-text index in a given scenario
- describe how to use Full-Text Search to do searches on character-based data
- recognize how to use Semantic Search to identify key phrases in unstructured data
- describe how to manipulate data using query techniques in a given scenario
- identify the considerations involved in creating spatial indexes
- use SQL Server 2012 features to manage, search, and manipulate data