Microsoft SQL server substings database search feature lets you search through millions of substring databases for matching words.
The feature was first introduced in version 6.0.1, but Microsoft has since rolled out updates to the feature.
Microsoft has released a preview of the feature that you can use on SQL Server 2013, Microsoft SQL Database, and Microsoft SQL Services.
The preview is available for download now, and you can start using it by visiting the following URLs:Microsoft SQL Server (Server) 2017 Release Preview, SQL Server 2017 Release Pro, SQL Servers SQL Server Service Pack 1, and SQL Server Server 2017 Service Pack 2.
Microsoft SQL Database and Microsoft Azure SQL Database are supported on the Microsoft Azure Platform, which means you can get the Microsoft SQL Serves SQL Server Database from Microsoft Azure, or you can download the Microsoft MySQL database from Microsoft’s Azure Marketplace.
The Microsoft SQL Service Pack for Microsoft SQL 2012, SQL 2012 Service Pack 3, SQL 2013, SQL 2014, SQL 2015, and Windows Server 2012 R2 are also supported on Microsoft Azure.
Microsoft Azure SQL Databases and Microsoft Microsoft SQL Azure are supported in Microsoft SQL Datacenters and Microsoft Data Centers across Microsoft and other Microsoft products.
Microsoft supports the following SQL Server databases in the Microsoft Datacenter:Microsoft Azure Databases Microsoft SQL 2013 SQL Database Microsoft SQL 2016 SQL DatabaseMicrosoft SQL 2017 SQL DatabaseFor more information about Microsoft SQL and SQL Azure, visit the following links:Microsoft Datacentering, Azure SQL, and Azure SQL.