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First day of the month and first Monday of the month. The list is coming out a bit late due to these, hopefully you were more on top of this that I was. As I mentioned back in June, the premise of this post is help DBAs maintain their environments ...
SQL SERVER – Tips from the SQL Joes 2 Pros Development Series – Wildcard – Querying Special Characters – Day 2 of 35
Answer simple quiz at the end of the blog post and - Every day one winner from India will get Joes 2 Pros Volume 1. Every day one winner from United States will get Joes 2 Pros Volume 1. Querying Special Characters Some special characters can be tricky to pattern ...
Here, we will look at an example of PowerPivot user feedback that is improved in Denali from SQL Server 2008 R2. User feedback is a vital part of any software. In particular, this is especially important in the case of error handling, regardless of whether it is a pre-emptive measure ...
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