Today we’re going to steer off our normal ad talk about something relatively new, so lets take a closer look and see hog SQL express can help your career,
EDIT:Remember it comprises specifically targeted for embedded and small-scale application.
Maximum database size of 4 GB per database (increased to 10 GB for SQL Server Express 2008 R2) (compared to 2 GB in the former MDSE). The limit applies per database (log files excluded); but in some scenarios users can access more data through the use of multiple interconnected databases.
- Single physical CPU, but multiple cores allowable
- 1 GB of RAM (runs on a system with any RAM amount, but uses only at most 1GB)
SQL Server Management Studio:
SQL Server Management Studio, this is the workhorse SQL needs. its’ come a long way since we were fighting with Enterprise Manager 6.5 and all the versions within.
Microsoft has finally (Although I’m bettering there was much prodding as well). No matter, if you use Edition you now have access to SQL Server.
Like with all other Microsoft ‘Express Editions; available, developers are loving SQL Express across the globe. Expression Editions can be downloaded as a standalone tool or integrate.
In the End SQL Express build full-featured database solutions
- Supports Procedures triggers and, views (all were lacking in the earlier releases)
Supports stored procedures, triggers, functions, and views
- Native support for relational data, XML, FILESTREAM and spatial data
- Improved performance, usability, and visualization, in addition to integration with the Microsoft 2007 Office System in SQL Server Reporting Services
- Simplify development efforts by leveraging existing T-SQL skills, ADO.NET Entity Framework and LINQ
- Closely integrated with Visual Studio and Visual Web Developer