Tip of the Week No.2 – About JSON Support in SQL Server

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With JSON support in SQL Server 2016 and later, you can format query results as JSON by adding the FOR JSON clause to a SELECT statement in SQL Server.

Also, you can convert JSON data to rows and columns by calling the OPENJSON rowset provider function.

 

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