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Tree utilities in SQL Server 2000 and 2005, and OLAP implementations

, 19 Jul 2006 CPOL
This article describes how to efficiently store and access tree structures in a SQL Server database, and how to use them in OLAP implementations.
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Dan Radu
Web Developer Telstra Internet
Australia Australia
I live and work in Bucharest, Romania. I am programmer since 1998, when I have developed a "good taste" application for a catering company. Now I develop .NET applications (windows and ASP.NET) for large SQL Server database systems, with tens of millions of records.
I like to develop also in other languages like Object Pascal (Delphi), PHP, C++, VB, scripting. I enjoy the XML power, both on client side and server side.

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