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Is SQL Server's FILETABLE suitable for storing large files (bigger than 10 GB)?

There is a project for lab. The requirement to save the lab data (raw data and related infomation ) for research for years. So the data must be saved for years, but the data is so big, every raw ...
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Storing revisions in SQL Server (simply much like TFS)

So, what I've got so far: Table: ChangeSets Columns: Id | Comment | Committer Table: Customers Columns: Id | Name Table: CustomerChangeSets Columns: Id | CustomerId (FK) | ChangeSetId (FK) So ...
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Is a geographically distributed application with SQL Server replication a good idea?

We are currently thinking about a target architecture for a geographically distributed application. This application tracks and schedules the movements of all material units across various production ...
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Which is better: one database per application, or just one database? [duplicate]

I ask this specifically for SQL Server, the advantages that I can see for multiple databases are: Logs are smaller (so one runaway transaction cannot cause others (replication etc) to stall) A page ...
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AlwaysOn Architecture - SQL Server 2012 for creating a dev environment?

I was thinking if the AlwaysOn architecture in SQL Server 2012 can be leveraged somehow to create a replica for DEV and QA environment properly in addition to setting up HADR using the same ...
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1answer
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Real-time merge of two databases on different servers

One of the requirements our customer has given is to merge two databases running on two different machines in real time. This means that we have to build some sync policy (or use SQL Server tools to ...
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1answer
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Many:Many with Shared Relation

I'm modelling data with multiplicity like this: Each Composition/Anthology related pair must share a Composer. Also, each Anthology must contain at least one Composition. How would you recommend I ...
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32-bit versus 64-bit ODP.NET to Oracle connection

I seem to be having an issue connecting a 32-bit .NET application to a 64-bit server, without a full Oracle client. If I build a 64-bit application, using the 64-bit ODP.NET dll's or a 64-bit instant ...
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Pros/Cons Using multiple databases vs using single database

Working on a new project which has the requirement to use 7 databases. Arguing performance, stability, optimization is easier implemented. While I don't agree I'm having trouble collecting good ...