Join Martin Guidry for an in-depth discussion in this video Using FileStream data, part of SQL Server 2012: Designing Database Solutions.
- In this section, I'd like to talk about…how we can use the FILESTREAM feature…of SQL Server 2012 in order to access…documents both through a traditional…SQL Server table and also through the file system.…So, were gonna have access to the same document…two different ways.…We'll be able to read it…or edit it through both techniques.…Either through a table…or through the file system.…In order to do this, we're first gonna need…to add a new file and file group…to the AdventureWorks database…that has the file stream enabled.…
I have some code staged for you…in the exercise file.…If you wanna copy just the top part…of that file over into a new query window…and we'll see two fairly straightforward commands.…The first one is going to alter the database,…AdventureWorks2012.…It's gonna add a new file group…and it says specifically that file group…will contain FILESTREAM data.…The next command is also gonna alter the database.…This one will add a file…and that file I'm calling F:/SharedData.…
If you don't have an F drive on your server…
- Planning the database infrastructure
- Designing databases vs. data warehouses
- Designing the physical database implementation
- Planning for partitioning
- Adding FileStream data
- Monitoring server health
- Managing SQL Server with PowerShell
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Designing a Database Server Infrastructure
2. Designing a Logical Database Schema
3. Designing a Physical Database Implementation
4. Incorporating Data Files into Databases
5. Tuning Database Performance
6. Policy-Based Management
7. Monitoring Server Health
Exploring health data5m 3s
8. Managing SQL Server with PowerShell
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