Tag Archives: GraphSQL

Graphing Performance

We have a lot of different database platforms to choose from when building software. Most of us reading this are SQL Server users, and likely relationally biased. However, key-value stores, document databases, graph databases, and more are out there. If … Continue reading

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Using OPENROWSET in SQL Server on Linux

I wanted to import the million song dataset in SQL Server on Linux. There’s a github repo that has the SQL to allow you to use this with the graph database features. However, it’s built for Windows. Linux is a … Continue reading

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Quick Graph Database

There’s a sample to work through here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sql/relational-databases/graphs/sql-graph-sample I decided to try this in CTP2 and just see how it works. I didn’t do much, but I added a node and an edge with this code: CREATE TABLE Person (ID … Continue reading

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