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System-versioned ledger tables: the next step

In the first post of this series, we learned about a new type of system-versioned table that also works at the database level and introduces a mechanism that demonstrates whether your database has been tampered with. Very simply, if the cryptographic hash does not match what is in the off-site digest, your database has been
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Introducing system-versioned ledger tables

As long-time readers of this blog know, I’m a big fan of temporal tables, also known as system-versioned temporal tables. Until recently, temporal tables were synonymous with system-versioned tables, but all that changed a short while ago with the introduction — in Azure SQL Database — of system-versioned ledger tables. This new series of posts
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