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can i take back my article rating somehow?


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stevefromOZ (9/13/2010)
can i take back my article rating somehow?


Steve, it's a pure form of plagiarism. But, why take the rating out for article. It's a well written article. Perfect reading to start Monday morning.


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My apologies for the plagiarism. I have removed the article, and reported the author to OSI Consulting, the employer whose email server was used to send the article in.








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@Sanjay - The problem is not so much the rating as the attribution of the rating to someone who didn't do the work.


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can i take back my article rating somehow?


Steve, it's a pure form of plagiarism. But, why take the rating out for article. It's a well written article. Perfect reading to start Monday morning.


We cannot republish something that is plagiarized. It doesn't matter how well written it is, it cannot be repeated here.







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Posted Monday, September 13, 2010 9:27 AM
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I am thoroughly shocked someone would even think about plagerising at that level. It's almost comical. I've never seen such blatant plagerism, and in a submission to a professional publication at that! (or however SQLServerCentral.com is classified)

Just wow!

Only thing I can say is thanks for bringing this article to light. First time I've read it. Great job to the actual authors!


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r5d4 (9/13/2010)
The article has served to remind me to re-read the original.

I do hope Omeswar is not going to get paid for his Copy and Paste technique.


I strongly suspect he will not.




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Trevor R Udden (9/13/2010)
Odanwada -

Did I miss a major citiation at the end of your article? You might want to try not blantly plagirizing others work. The article you claim as yours was originally written by Thomas Kejser and Denny Lee, members of the SQL Customer Advisory Team, and published in 2008.

Here is a link to the original article, and a wiki link to plagiarism, in case you are un familiar with its meaning.

http://sqlcat.com/top10lists/archive/2008/10/01/top-10-sql-server-integration-services-best-practices.aspx

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plagiarism



Nice spot there. I was getting excited to read this article to find a message about it being plagiarized. Good thing it is on the SQL CAT site.




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amenjonathan (9/13/2010)
I am thoroughly shocked someone would even think about plagerising at that level. It's almost comical. I've never seen such blatant plagerism, and in a submission to a professional publication at that! (or however SQLServerCentral.com is classified)

Just wow!

Only thing I can say is thanks for bringing this article to light. First time I've read it. Great job to the actual authors!


It's surprising how much plagiarism actually takes place. A discussion here on SSC a while back that started with something along the line of "this person just plagiarised one of my blog postings." ended up with the discovery that many, if not all, of this MS MVP's blog postings were word for word copies of somebody else's blogs.

I wonder if his MVP status has been revoke yet.





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amenjonathan (9/13/2010)
I am thoroughly shocked someone would even think about plagerising at that level. It's almost comical. I've never seen such blatant plagerism, and in a submission to a professional publication at that! (or however SQLServerCentral.com is classified)

Just wow!

Only thing I can say is thanks for bringing this article to light. First time I've read it. Great job to the actual authors!


Surprising as it may be - it happens frequently. Some have gone to the scale of plagiarizing books with only the cover picture changed.




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