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SQL SERVER – Fix : Management Studio Error : Saving Changes in not permitted. The changes you have made require the following tables to be dropped and re-created. You have either made changes to a...
Today, we will delve into a very simple issue that one of the Jr. Developers at my organization confronted. I have a preference for T-SQL. According to me, all the developers should always use T-SQL instead of Design feature of SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS). In fact, sound knowledge of ...
I hate forums and newsgroups. I can’t do a better job of explaining why than Tom LaRock did in his post Why I Dislike Newsgroups, including this bullet point list: It takes too long to get an answer, especially if you need an answer quickly. Sometimes, people are quite ...
In the beginning, computer makers created servers with hard drive bays built in. And it was good. Server with Built-In Hard Drives Built-in drive bays are easy to manage: when you need more storage, you just plug in another hard drive. You don’t have to fork out a lot ...
Performance tuning SQL Server applications involves finding and addressing performance bottlenecks. While there will always be a bottleneck somewhere, the goal is to reduce the bottlenecks until application performance meets or exceeds the usage requirements, typically defined in a service level agreement (SLA). Although it’s undeniable that the largest ...
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