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And now, the stunning conclusion to Part 1… 6. Stretch. I used to work for a guy who had a script for everything. Really, he had two big boxes of floppy discs that he would go to whenever he needed to do anything. At the time, I was really impressed ...
I needed a way to access variables from within a Data Flow Task. The reason for this is counts. As I process records I need to count how many valid, invalid, already exist, etc. Normally the Row Count component would take care of this, but the process works on a ...
I’m getting my first look at a full-fledged nHibernate database developed by consultants for our company. I thought I’d share my initial impressions. I’ll be capturing trace events from the database over the next couple of weeks, so I’ll be following up on the behavior of ...
Recently I had the opportunity to upgrade my computer desktop from 2 Gigs of RAM to 8 Gigs of RAM. This required that I reinstall Windows 7 to replace by 32bit OS with a 64bit OS. This presented me with a problem as I work from home full time and ...
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