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Posted Aug 19, 2005

Improving XML Update Performance with SQL Server 2005

By Staff

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This is the third and final article in a series of three that look at how the latest version of Microsoft’s enterprise-level database, SQL Server 2005, now offers great support and close integration with XML as a data persistence format. This includes new ways to validate, store and query XML documents that are stored within the database. SQL Server 2005 provides native support for XML that can vastly improve application performance, while supporting robust and safe multi-user access to the data contained within the XML documents.

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