Mirdating bizobs

DENVER (CBS4)– The National Weather Service radar picked up something unusual on Tuesday, it wasn’t snow or rain but a flock of migrating birds.

Actually, it came out on Wednesday that the blob was a bunch of migrating butterflies!

Happy users, happy administrators, happy Share Point.

Some speculate that the blob is witches getting ready for Halloween.It allows you to get more information about request/response plus it allows you to pass a client request id which gets logged by storage analytics.For the sake of simplicity, I have omitted these two parameters from the code I included below. What I’ve done is first showed how you did an operation with version 1.7 and then how would you do the same operation with version 2.0.Storage Point shrinks SQL databases in Share Point up to 98% by moving BLOBs outside those databases to storage of your choosing. All this makes end users unhappy, and end users make you unhappy. You can move BLOBs out of SQL server to a better place. It means storing BLOBs in a more appropriate location than SQL server.This enables Share Point content databases to remain lean, efficient and high performing. Unstructured, they are technically referred to as binary large objects, or BLOBs. When BLOBs are in SQL server, Share Point performance suffers. Adding more databases and hardware gets too expensive. Share Point still manages the content, which is good for you.What I did is wrote two simple console applications: one which uses storage client library version 1.7 and the other which uses version 2.0 and in those two applications I demonstrated some simple functionality.

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