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Yesterday we talked about the user information you can get from SQL Azure. Today we are going to focus on the details you can gather about the databases for your SQL Azure instance. You can run the following code to view details about the databases for your SQL Azure server ...
As you will remember, I had an issue trying to *remove* SQL Server 2008r2 as noted here. What I failed to tell you was what my REAL issue was… I could not successfully install SQL Server 2008r2 and I kept getting this error: So I used my tip again to ...
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