The wonderful thing about design automation, is that we can work with so many situations where we handle a large number of unknowns. The frustrating thing about design automation is that we can work with so many situations where we handle a large number of unknowns.
In Part 1 of this series, we discovered that using a Microsoft SQL Server (MS SQL or SQL Server) database will provide tools to handle large data sets, small data sets, complex data sets, dynamic data sets and even data that we share with other systems. But just what are those tools? How do I leverage SQL Server to processing these types of data with DriveWorks? What keywords should I put into my search engine to learn more More MORE? That’s what we’ll answer in this column.