JSON is a human readable text format to store or transmit data objects. JSON is similar in functionality to XML. The format of JSON is attribute-value pairs, and when parsed and consumed, the values and attribute values are made available to the target software system such as web browsers or software APIs.
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Breaking Into Windows Server 2019: Network Features: Security with Software Defined Networking (SDN)
Hello, and a happy Wednesday to our outstanding readers! Brandon Wilson here with a pointer to some more of the new networking features in Windows Server 2019 coming…
The Azure-inspired Software Defined Networking (SDN) stack that is built into Windows Server 2016 reduces the complexity and cost of network infrastructure. Not only that, you can now…
Line-delimited JSON is one common format used to exchange data between systems and for streaming JSON data. SQL Server can be used to export content of tables into line-delimited…
JSON_MODIFY function that is available in SQL Server 2016+ enables you to modify existing text formatted as JSON and add or update existing values. One common problem that…