Programming Information Models
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.
|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|