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Guest Columnist: Jon Reade

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Selecting a Web Host for your SQL Server Driven Website Part 2

Many of us have SQL Servers at work that we learn on, test with work, etc. But getting your own SQL Server for a website can be a tricky thing. Especially on a budget. Or maybe your company wants to have their website hosted. Before you spend any hard earned money, read part 2 of this two part series by Jon Reade on what to look for when setting up a SQL Server hosting company.   Read more...
By Jon Reade 2005/04/20 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: miscellaneous
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Selecting a Web Host for your SQL Server Driven Website Part 1

Many of us have SQL Servers at work that we learn on, test with work, etc. But getting your own SQL Server for a website can be a tricky thing. Especially on a budget. Or maybe your company wants to have their website hosted. Before you spend any hard earned money, read this two part series by Jon Reade on what to look for when setting up a SQL Server hosting company.   Read more...
By Jon Reade 2005/04/19 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: miscellaneous
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How to Schedule a SQL Server Database Creation Script

Scripting out your SQL Server 2000 objects is useful in any number of ways. You can save off the scripts for version control, generate the scripts needed to migrate to new hardware or a new environment, or just package up your application for deployment. Jon Reade brings us a look at the SCPTXFR utility, which can prove very valuable in managing your scripts.   Read more...
By Jon Reade 2006/10/13 (first published: 2005/04/14) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: administration
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SQL Server 2005 DBCC Command Quick Reference

The next version of SQL Server due in 2005 will bring about many changes in how it works, with .NET, the CLR integration, Integration Services, and much more. Many of us are looking to get a jump on the product and see where these changes might affect our scripts and environments. Jon Reade has started the work in decoding the new DBCC commands, which ones work and which don't. Since there's a limited amount of documentation for the Beta product, read about his detective work and send him off an   Read more...
By Jon Reade 2004/12/16 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: administration
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Autoclose for Databases - Part II

In this quick article by Jon Reade, he shows you how to correct an unusual error in SQL Server that may occur when you create a database.   Read more...
By Jon Reade 2003/03/12 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: administration
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