RIL_button( “http://sqlconcept.com/2012/12/30/sql-server-2012-full-text-search-and-xml-search-the-wiki-project/”, “SQL Server 2012 Full-Text search and XML Search – the Wiki project” );
Finally, here are some results from the Wiki project.
After a few days of development, here is the accounting for the wiki project:
Desktop PC with 8Gb RAM, single home use HDD
SQL Server 2012, using XML and Full-Text search
the total amount of data
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RIL_button( “http://sqlconcept.com/2012/12/27/azure-vs-inhouse-sql-server-the-wiki-project-performance-tuning/”, “Azure vs. inhouse SQL Server – the Wiki project – performance tuning” );
In my earlier blog post I wrote about setting up the WikiDB database and importing the files.
Initially I was inclined to import the XML files as they came – the files had different sizes ranging from 140 Mb to 7 Gb.
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RIL_button( “http://sqlconcept.com/2012/12/18/connecting-to-sql-server-latency-part-1/”, “Connecting to SQL Server – latency, part 1″ );
After clarifying the terminology in my previous post, it is time to perform some use cases.
In this use case I will take a simple query, like this one:
SELECT TOP 10 [SalesOrderID]
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