Blog » Entries from 1/9/2009
DISCLAIMER: since I licensed my SSRS custom data extension for SSAS to iT-Workplace, and since this technology is used in Intelligencia Desktop Client, I benefit financially from sales of this tool!
If you're a regular reader of this blog, you're no doubt aware that about a year ago ...
If you ever have the need to move a SQL Server Database from one server or instance to the next then you may come accross orphaned SQL Users. e.g. The User is present in the database, but it is no longer associated with the SQL Login on the Server ...
Window Server 2008 R2 Server Core, that is. When this product went public beta yesterday, I scanned the feature list to see if were any new and cool features for the DBA. Nothing specific as far as I could see. It is x64 only and does support live migration which ...
The first pillar – A Coherent Design Louis Davidson has started to go in depth into his pillars of database design. Louis clearly explains what a coherent database design is and why it’s important.
sp_indexinfo - enhanced index information procedure Tibor Karaszi has put together a custom stored procedure ...
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