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Challenges: Coding on Project B Gave Demo on Red Gate’s SQL Compare On Call – two issues – Rollback of a partitioning job and log shipping out of sync. Customized Grant Fritchey’s (blog/twitter) powershell script from the Scripting a database using Powershell section of this article. Good Reading from ...
Outstanding Customer Service in 5 days Your success as a Data Professional is directly dependant to the quality of service you provide your customers. Are you confident you’re doing enough? Here’s What Not to Do Recently I had what I can only describe politely as a very poor ...
Today we are going to talk about something that has become near and dear to my heart: sysprocesses. I wish I could go back in time and meet me on Day Zero of being a DBA and say “Hey! You there! Stop picking your nose and have a look at ...
For those of you that were wondering, SQL Server isn’t the only platform which can be attacked via a SQL Injection attack. Apparently the MySQL.com website which hosts the official distribution channel for the MySQL database platform was attacked using good old SQL Injection earlier today (notice sent ...
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