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I’ve been so busy with all of my other projects at work that I’ve forgotten to really tout this. On May 30, I’ll be presenting at the Birmingham SQLSaturday (hosted by the Steel City SQL User Group). My talk is titled “Confessions of a Data integrator”, and ...
I have received following questions numerous times: “How to check existence of Temp Table in SQL Server Database?” “How to drop Temp Table from TempDB?” “When I try to drop Temp Table I get following error. Msg 2714, Level 16, State 6, Line 4There is already an object named ...
Amazon Kindle owners: would you pay $2 per month to read my blog on your Kindle? It’s not a theoretical question. Amazon now lets anyone publish their blog to the Kindle, so I submitted my own blog. Amazon picks the price (free is not an option) and gives the ...
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