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Posted Tuesday, June 18, 2013 1:00 PM


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Ok Grant and Gail (others too if you know the answer)...

You guys have a "widget" on your blog that allows the display of certain icons or badges (e.g. MVP and MCM).

What is the tool? I would like to add something like that to my blog.



Giving this question one more shot...

Anybody have any recommendations for a plugin such as that?


Again, I didn't need a widget to do this. It's just setting up a link and including a picture or linking to a picture. Nothing special.


Sorry Grant - I missed your first response.

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Ok Grant and Gail (others too if you know the answer)...

You guys have a "widget" on your blog that allows the display of certain icons or badges (e.g. MVP and MCM).

What is the tool? I would like to add something like that to my blog.



Giving this question one more shot...

Anybody have any recommendations for a plugin such as that?


No plug in. Standard Wordpress side bar item.
There's a side bar that allows you to enter any html, couple of <br>s and an <img> tag.



Thanks to both of you for that info - much appreciated.




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Posted Wednesday, June 19, 2013 12:40 AM


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Please tell me I'm reading that last post from the OP wrong.

http://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1464172-391-1.aspx



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Gail,

That thread is scary.
It's a bit like the SQL version of randomly picking your holiday. Stick a pin in the feature you are going to implement next.

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Please tell me I'm reading that last post from the OP wrong.

http://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1464172-391-1.aspx


It would appear that the answer to your last question is not so much "Yes" as "YES! And, hey, behold my Mighty Plan, which is almost certain to break things like a Very Large Enraged Bull in a China Shop!"


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Posted Wednesday, June 19, 2013 6:42 AM


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Trying to find security authentication information for how SQL Server Agent runs jobs (manual vs scheduled). Assistance would greatly be appreciated as BOL seems to only have basic info that doesn't explain my problem and Google-Fu turns up articles only tangently related to the information I need.

I'm basically looking for an authentication map (A looks at B then at C, but D trumps E kind of thing) and not finding it. Do such things exist?


I don't recall seeing something like your A B C, but have seen some that get into the nuances you describe.
Manual runs under your context, while scheduled can run under a proxy or the ID the service is running under.
More detail of what you are running into would be helpful.
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Trying to find security authentication information for how SQL Server Agent runs jobs (manual vs scheduled). Assistance would greatly be appreciated as BOL seems to only have basic info that doesn't explain my problem and Google-Fu turns up articles only tangently related to the information I need.

I'm basically looking for an authentication map (A looks at B then at C, but D trumps E kind of thing) and not finding it. Do such things exist?


I don't recall seeing something like your A B C, but have seen some that get into the nuances you describe.
Manual runs under your context, while scheduled can run under a proxy or the ID the service is running under.
More detail of what you are running into would be helpful.


More detail added to my original post (linked above), but that's all the information I have.


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GilaMonster (6/19/2013)
Please tell me I'm reading that last post from the OP wrong.
http://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1464172-391-1.aspx


Yeah. No good can come from that situation unless he confesses to his client that the problem requires a different skill set than what he brought to the table.


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