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My good friend Jacob Sebastian (blog|twitter) at BeyondRelational.com has been running a T-SQL contest for a month, where you have an opportunity of winning an iPad by simply participating in the Quiz. It’s an iPad giveaway contest everyday for a month. All you have to do is ...
Overview: SQL Server 2008 makes it very easy to script out the data from one or more tables. I find this technique to be useful for moving data between environments (ex: from my laptop development environment to a shared development environment), for sharing data with a client or coworker, or ...
The title says it all, but here’s the story. The other day I was modifying a procedure and I didn’t know if the application was going to pass in True/False or 1/0 for a bit column. Being lazy, I created my procedure with a 1 or ...
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