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Programming Information Models

SQL Server 2000

After you define and install an information model in a Microsoft® SQL Server™ 2000 Meta Data Services repository, you can use the object definitions in the repository in your application code.

The following topics provide information about accessing and manipulating objects in a repository.

Topic Description
Navigating a Repository Describes how to access objects through collection navigation, and identifies the repository API objects that perform object manipulation
Versioning Objects Explains how to version objects, manipulate object versions, and merge versions
Programming BLOBs and Large Text Fields Describes programming support for binary large objects (BLOBs) and large text fields
Programming Transient Object Collections Explains how to program a transient object collection
Managing Transactions and Threads Describes how to set up a transaction, and how the repository engine processes a transaction in single and multiple threads
Managing Workspaces Explains how to set up and manage a workspace, and how to manipulate workspace contents
Handling Errors Describes how to handle errors
Optimizing Repository Performance Describes optimization techniques that you can use to improve repository performance

See Also

Defining Information Models

Information Models

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