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An Overview of Project Conversion - Level 14 of the Stairway to Integration Services

As we continue on with our look at Integration Services, this step talks about how to convert projects to the SSIS 2012 format.  Read more...
By Andy Leonard 2014/01/22 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: stairway series
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Stairway to T-SQL: Beyond The Basics Level 1: The TOP Clause

The first topic in this stairway will be discussing the TOP clause. The TOP clause allows you to control the number of rows to be returned or affected by a query.  Read more...
By Gregory Larsen 2014/01/15 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: stairway series
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Stairway to SQLCLR Level 1: What is SQLCLR?

The first step to using the SQLCLR begins with this overview of what is possible and what is not. Start your journey to decide if this is a tool you can use inside your SQL Server instance.  Read more...
By Solomon Rutzky 2014/01/09 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: sqlclr
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Stairway to SQL Server Replication - Level 5: Transactional Replication & How it works

This level covers the details of SQL Server transactional and merge replication, from understanding the basic terminology and methodology of setting up replication, to describing how it works and how the basic replication processes can be monitored.   Read more...
By Sebastian Meine 2013/12/18 (first published: 2011/07/20) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: stairway series
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Stairway to SQL Server Replication: Level 4 - Transactional Replication – The Subscriber

The Subscriber is the server where all the changes that are published by replication get delivered to. Every publication needs to have at least one subscriber, but a publication can have many subscribers. This level assumes that you have followed the first three levels and that you have a publication set up, to which you can subscribe.  Read more...
By Sebastian Meine 2013/12/11 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: stairway series
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Stairway to PowerPivot and DAX - Level 5: The DAX ISBLANK() Function

Business Intelligence architect, Analysis Services Maestro, and author Bill Pearson exposes the DAX ISBLANK() function, and then provides some hands-on exposure to its use, particularly in combination with other DAX functions, in managing empty values underlying our PowerPivot model designs.  Read more...
By Bill Pearson 2013/12/04 (first published: 2013/05/09) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: stairway series
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Stairway to SQL Server Indexes: Level 11, Index Fragmentation

Internal and external fragmentation – Causes, cures, and when not to care  Read more...
By David Durant 2013/11/27 (first published: 2012/02/01) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: stairway series
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Stairway to SQL Server Replication: Level 3 - Transactional Replication – The Publisher

The Publisher is the database where all replicated data originates. Each Publisher can have multiple publications defined within it. Each publication contains a set of articles that all need to reside in a single database. Each article corresponds to all or part of a single database object. A single database object can map to an article in more than one publication.  Read more...
By Sebastian Meine 2013/11/20 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: stairway series
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Stairway to SQL Server Replication: Level 2 - The Role of the Distributor

In this Stairway, Sebastian will be covering the details of SQL Server transactional and merge replication, from understanding the basic terminology and methodology of setting up replication, to describing how it works and how the basic replication processes can be monitored.   Read more...
By Sebastian Meine 2013/11/13 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: stairway series
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Stairway to PowerPivot and DAX - Level 4: The DAX BLANK() Function

Business Intelligence architect and author Bill Pearson exposes the DAX BLANK() function, and then provides some hands-on exposure to its use in managing empty values underlying our PowerPivot model designs.  Read more...
By Bill Pearson 2013/11/06 (first published: 2013/03/18) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: stairway series
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Stairway to Transaction Log Management in SQL Server, Level 1: Transaction Log Overview

The transaction log is used by SQL Server to maintain data consistency and integrity. If the database is not in Simple-recovery mode, it can also be used in an appropriate backup regime to restore the database to a point in time.  Read more...
By Tony Davis 2013/10/30 (first published: 2011/06/17) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: stairway series
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Stairway to SQL PowerShell Level 3: Input and Output with PowerShell

This level will cover some of the Input/Output operations you can use with PowerShell.   Read more...
By Ben Miller 2013/10/23 (first published: 2012/08/29) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: stairway series
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Stairway to Database Design Level 4: Building a Schema

Having described tables, Joe Celko explains how to make them work together as a database and touches on what Entity Relationships and Views are.  Read more...
By Joe Celko 2013/10/16 (first published: 2010/08/18) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: database design
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Stairway to PowerPivot and DAX - Level 3: The DAX DISTINCT() Function and Basic Distinct Counts

Bill Pearson, Business Intelligence architect and author, exposes the DAX DISTINCT() function, and then provides some hands-on exposure to its use in generating distinct counts. Moreover, he further explores working with measures in the PivotTable in this, the third Level of our new Stairway to PowerPivot and DAX series.  Read more...
By Bill Pearson 2013/10/09 (first published: 2013/02/26) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: stairway series
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Stairway to MDX - Level 1: Getting Started with MDX

To learn MDX, there is really no alternative to installing the system and trying out the statements, and experimenting. William Pearson, the well-known expert on MDX, kicks off a stairway series on this important topic by getting you running from a standing start.  Read more...
By Bill Pearson 2013/10/02 (first published: 2011/03/02) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: stairway series
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Stairway to SQL PowerShell Level 2: SQL PowerShell Setup and Config

Now that you know how to get started with PowerShell, it is time to configure PowerShell for SQL Server use. This level covers the components you'll need and how to configure them.  Read more...
By Ben Miller 2013/09/25 (first published: 2012/08/15) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: stairway series
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Stairway to Database Design Level 3: Building Tables

There are several types of tables, each with their special requirements for rules and integrity constraints. Whatever the requirement, table-level constraints will ensure that the rules are enforced and data integrity is maintained.  Read more...
By Joe Celko 2013/09/18 (first published: 2010/05/25) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: stairway series
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Stairway to Server-side Tracing - Level 2: Creating a SQL Trace Using T-SQL (Stairway Series)

This is the second article in our Stairway Series on SQL Tracing. Learn how to build traces in code with T-SQL.  Read more...
By Dan Guzman 2013/09/13 (first published: 2011/02/17) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: sql trace
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Stairway to PowerPivot and DAX - Level 2: The DAX COUNTROWS() and FILTER() Functions

Bill Pearson, business intelligence architect and author, exposes the DAX COUNTROWS() and FILTER() functions, while generally exploring, comparing and contrasting the nature and operation of calculated columns and calculated measures, in the second Level of our Stairway to PowerPivot and DAX series.  Read more...
By Bill Pearson 2013/09/11 (first published: 2012/12/07) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: stairway series
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Stairway to SQL PowerShell Level 1: SQL PowerShell Basics

What are PowerShell and SQL PowerShell and how do you use them? Level 1 of this Stairway will help you answer these questions, and start to show you why you might want to use this great tool.  Read more...
By Ben Miller 2013/09/04 (first published: 2012/08/08) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: stairway series
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