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Warning! I have issues for DotNet C# connect to SQL Server 2012 Express vs Enterprise production version

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As I hinted, using SQL Server and StreamInsights is a huge advantage for trading researchers to dig into data for hiddent profitable trends. As I dig further into how to use it with .NET languages like C#, I posted some nuggets that should help those trying to use it to save you many hours of frustration:

Warning! Have issues for DotNet C# connect to SQL Server 2012 Express vs Enterprise production version

https://quantlabs.net/blog/2013/09/warning-have-issues-for-dotnet-c-connect-to-sql-server-2012-express-vs-enterprise-production-version/

I thought these would be easy to implement into C# but boy, was I wrong! Here are some videos with source code:

Demo of DotNet C# with SQL Server 2012 using a insert statement


https://quantlabs.net/blog/2013/09/demo-of-dotnet-c-with-sql-server-2012-using-a-insert-statement/


Demo of DotNet C# with SQL Server 2012 using a select statement

https://quantlabs.net/blog/2013/09/demo-of-dotnet-c-with-sql-server-2012-using-a-select-statement/

I also posted this for my QuantLabs.net Premium Members:

Demo of 2 C Sharp applications communicating through SQL Server using a secret sauce trick

Also, once this upcoming high performance automated trading system is near completion, I will be hosting multi day intense workshop demoing with live Q&A on the system. It will be done only once due to me movng onto other areas of my trading research. As a result:

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Thanks for reading

Bryan

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Warning! Have issues for DotNet C# connect to SQL Server 2012 Express vs Enterprise production version

Warning! Have issues for DotNet C# connect to SQL Server 2012 Express vs Exnterprise production version

I am having issues with this in my C# source code. I get stupid connection exceptions so I am reinstalling with an actual Enterprise production version. That will be my final target database so why waste time?

It seems the Express version has severe limitations so be warned!This can be a real pain in the ass. Try it with Oracle. Good Gawd.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms143505%28v=sql.90%29.aspx

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See in this video as I am able to connect Matlab 2013 to my SQL Server 2012 Enterprise remotely

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My thoughts on previews of Windows 8, Server, Visual Studio 2011, .Net 4 and 4.5, Sql Server 2012

 

My thoughts on previews of Windows 8, Server, Visual Studio 2011, .Net 4 and 4.5, Sql Server 2012

http://quantlabs.net/quant-member-benefits/slash-your-quant-learning-curve/

NOTE I now post my TRADING ALERTS into my personal FACEBOOK ACCOUNT and TWITTER. Don't worry as I don't post stupid cat videos or what I eat!