SQL Server General DBA

Sample SQL Server Disaster Recover Plans

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SQL Server Stored Procedures – Fundamentals

Learning something new is challenging. Learning something new on your own redefines challenging. Chances are, you are reading my article because you want to learn how to write stored procedures. You are new to this, and you don’t know where to start. You are exactly where I was when I wanted to learn how to […]

A Script to Find SQL Server Stored Procedure Dependencies

$0You’ve searched through MSDN, Google Groups, and all along the yellow brick road of developer web sites looking for a way to generate a sql script for your stored procedures in order of dependency, but to no avail. Why? You, like myself, prefer not to see a bunch of error messages in Query Analyzer when […]

SQL Server Upgrade Recommendations and Best Practices Part 2: SQL Server 6.5 to 2000 Critical Upgrade Decisions and Redundant Upgrade Architecture

Introduction – SQL Server Upgrades The first article of the series, Part 1 – Upgrade Overview and Project Planning, detailed the business justification for upgrades to SQL Server 2000 related to TCO (Total Cost of Ownership), automation capabilities and new features from both the Business and DBA perspectives. The next portion of the article outlined […]

Making the Move from Sybase to SQL Server

I was involved in a recent project to migrate a Sybase database to Microsoft SQL Server 2000. So the experience I gained by working on this project has led me to write this article to show Sybase database administrators (DBAs) and managers the steps that should be followed to migrate from Sybase databases to SQL Server 2000. Differences […]

How to Connect to SQL Server from Visual FoxPro

In Microsoft public newsgroups, I’ve noticed a recent increase in the number of questions that deal with how to connect from Visual Foxpro to SQL Server, and the problems related to making this connection. So I’ve decided to write this article  to cover such an important topic.There are two functions that can be used to […]

How to Identify and Delete Duplicate SQL Server Records

Recently, I was asked to help someone clean up their database after they had double loaded an import file. The problem they were having in identifying and deleting the duplicate information was the fact that a timestamp is applied to each row of data as it is inserted into the table. While the rest of […]

Create Your Own SQL Server Job Management System

Having had the honor of working for quite a few companies that did not have the resources to buy any of the nice SQL Server toys that exist out there, or were willing to put an email  client on the servers, I have found myself spending a good deal of time each morning checking the […]

Track SP Changes by Automatically Saving Your SQL Server SP Text

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SQL Server Startup Parameters

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