SQL Server and JSON: Data import, export and validation
This repository contains several stored procedures and PowerShell routines that can be used for inserting JSON data into SQL Server, validate the data or to export the data from SQL Server. They are described in a series of articles on the Red-Gate site and in Simple-Talk. Some use ordinary json files and others show how to include the schema and data in one document.
This temporary procedure creates a JSON schema from a table that matches the JSON you will get from doing a classic FOR JSON select * statemenmt on the entire table
This code is an example of the sort of routine that prepares a schema and JSON from the contents of a table
This is an example of a batch that creates a number of temporary procedures before saving the contents of a database to disk as JSON files that have both the schema and the data in one file.
This gets the JSON data from a table, taking into account all the problems that can come about such as dealing with CLR data types
This saves a JSON file to a table, dealing with the complications of having old deprecated data types and CLR data types
This is a utility stored procedure for saving text to a file It is designed to save as utf-8 for JSON files but will do any file
This is a way of taking a JSON string that contains both the schema and the data, and inserting it into a table in the database you wish
Shows how to validate a directory, with a subdirectory with the schema and a parallel directory with the data