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Posted Sunday, September 30, 2007 2:30 AM


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I must say, I LOVE this stored procedure. I have used it a few times and it is very handy.

I have a blog where I feature mostly SQL Server stuff (and a bit of Powershell at times): http://codetempest.blogspot.com/

Would you mind if I featured your stored proc on my blog, with full credit where it's due, of course?

Thanks.

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Nice and very useful stored procedure. would like to make sure few things
- i have backup sotred on network location or shared drive so this proc works inthis situation ?
- it is catching the latest bakup files from lost of old files right?


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