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Published May 12, 2018 6:06:22A lot of database systems have an “Express” role that means they can make use of a database service that’s part of a larger suite of databases.
SQL Server’s Express role is one such service, and it’s one that we use regularly.
But what exactly does this mean for your databases?
Let’s take a look.
Express stands for “Exchange, Transport and Remote” and it stands for the SQL Server API, which stands for SQL Server Connect, a service that provides access to data on other servers via a simple HTTP interface.
As an example, the service provides access for accessing data from a SQL Server database.
The SQL Server service provides the ability to access data from other SQL Server databases using a standard REST API.
The SQL Server APIs are used by all databases to communicate with each other, but Express provides a way for developers to leverage the data they’re accessing from other databases to easily make use a SQL server without having to do much work.
For example, let’s say you have a database called “Customer” and you want to use the SQL service to query Customer’s database using its customerId.
This is done by using a “Query” command on the SQL server API, and then adding a parameter to the query that reads “Query customerId, id” to query the Customer database.
Once you’ve done that, you can write queries like this:SELECT customerId , id FROM Customer where id = ?
Where id = 1 And that’s how you query Customer.
The “Query Customer” command can be written in a variety of ways, but let’s take it from the top:The query you use here takes an argument that tells SQL Server to perform a series of queries against the database that you want, and returns a list of the results.
This makes sense, as this query is only used for queries that can be executed by the database service.
As you can see, the query will return a list that looks like this (you can see the full query by clicking on the image above):The Query Command itself is an HTTP GET request, so you’ll see a few HTTP headers that show what your query is actually doing.
These headers are:The “Content-Type” header tells SQL server that the data you’re requesting should be read in UTF-8, and that the request should contain UTF-16 characters.