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I assume you all know that there are three types of Database Backup Models, so we will not discuss on this commonly known topic today. In fact, we will just talk about how to restore database that is in full recovery model. In general, databases backup in full recovery mode ...
I really like a great idea. They have this way of going from a great idea to success. When you hear a great idea it is always a good idea to share the idea – and let it spread like a virus. Today, while I was going through and reading ...
One of the cool new commands introduced in SQL 2005 was the PIVOT command (and UNPIVOT). One thing that has always irked me about PIVOT was that you need to “hard code” the column names you want to actually pivot on. This is usually fine for a static report, say ...
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