Linq updating records


20-Sep-2015 02:11

Microsoft Exchange, up to Exchange 2003 shipped with only the 32-bit edition, as it was the only supported platform.

With Exchange 2007, it ships with the 64-bit edition.

A database is both a physical and logical grouping of data.

An ESE database looks like a single file to Windows.

Its purpose is to allow applications to store and retrieve data via indexed and sequential access. A crash recovery mechanism is provided so that data consistency is maintained even in the event of a system crash.

ESE databases are organized into groups called instances.

Most applications use a single instance, but all applications can also use multiple instances.