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Study Time! A few weeks back, I sent a message on the PASSMN LinkedIn group page about expanding the MCM study group to anyone going after SQL Server certifications. After some back and forth, it turned out there were a number of people interested. For ease of scheduling, I kept ...
Image by The Real Estreya via Flickr I just read Pradeep Adiga's excellent post on using DBCC CLEANTABLE to reclaim space left over after a column with a variable length type has been dropped from a table. According to Books OnLine, the variable length data types are VARCHAR, NVARCHAR ...
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