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September 2009 Entries

At first sight, StreamInsight doesn’t appear to offer any support for dynamic queries. Once you have got over the initial ‘wow’ factor of creating continuous queries over streams using LINQ, rather than some SQL dialect or specialised DSL, the reality hits you that your query is just code. You wrote the LINQ using C# or VB.NET, and you ended up compiling it into some assembly. That’s all very well, but it’s not very flexible. How are you going to store and manage your queries in a repository so that ......

What a pity. I’ve spent some time recently evaluating SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services with respect to its proposed use on a UK public sector project that will implement a part of the 'national infrastructure'. In every respect but one, Reporting Services provides an excellent fit for the stated requirements. There is already a commitment to using SQL Server, and SharePoint, within the project, so Reporting Services appears the way to go. What is the exception? Well, Reporting Services provides ......