This article overviews the power of Semantic Search in SQL Server that allows performing comparative analysis against the unstructured data.. The focus of the article is on comparing documents that can be stored on Windows File System in one respect and in the other respect their comparative analysis that can be performed with Semantic Search in SQL Server.
The focus of the article is on comparing documents that can be stored on Windows File System in one respect and in the other respect their comparative analysis that can be performed with Semantic Search in SQL Server.
Additionally, the readers will learn how to store unstructured data by exploring File Table and creating MS Word documents on the fly (instantly) to be consumed by Semantic Search.
This part of the article is related to the use of Semantic Search on unstructured data for the extraction of basic level business-crucial information provided standard naming is in place.
The readers need to go through *Learn to Store and Analyse Documents on Windows File System with SQL Server Semantic Search Part 1 *to proceed further with it.
This article assumes the readers are familiar with most (if not all) of the following:
This article also assumes that following steps have already been completed.
Please refer to the article Learn to Store and Analyse Documents on Windows File System with SQL Server Semantic Search Part 1 to complete any of the above missing steps, which are mandatory to cover the walkthrough completely.
As we are preparing to perform documents comparative analysis based on their standard naming, at this point it is worth doing a quick check by querying the FILESTREAM Enabled database we set up in the first part of the article.
Run the following script against EmployeesFilestreamSample database:
-- View stored documents managed by File Table to check SELECT stream_id ,[name] ,file_type ,creation_time FROM EmployeesFilestreamSample.dbo.EmployeesDocumentStore
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SQL stands for Structured Query Language. SQL is a scripting language expected to store, control, and inquiry information put away in social databases. The main manifestation of SQL showed up in 1974, when a gathering in IBM built up the principal model of a social database. The primary business social database was discharged by Relational Software later turning out to be Oracle.
This article helps to fully explore the Semantic Search feature in SQL Server and learn the subtleties of its installation and use. Starting from scratch and finishing with a ready-to-use feature.
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