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SQL Barbarian

After working in the mortgage industry for 7 years, I transitioned into Business Intelligence and began learning SQL and .NET. My goal is to integrate my business knowledge into my development to intelligently analyze and find solutions to problems. Blogging offers me an option to share what I've learned as well as receive feedback on better practices and solutions.

Archives: October 2016

Get Backup History for All Databases in Server

Here's a quick snippet to get a listing of the database backups that last occurred on a server. Most solutions provided a single backup listing, but not the brief summary of the last backup details I was looking for. Read more

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Posted in SQL Barbarian on 31 October 2016

Get Backup History for All Databases in Server

Here's a quick snippet to get a listing of the database backups that last occurred on a server. Most solutions provided a single backup listing, but not the brief summary of the last backup details I was looking for.

Read more

0 comments, 301 reads

Posted in SQL Barbarian on 31 October 2016

Data Compare on Temporal Tables

I hadn't seen much talk on doing data comparisons on temporal tables, as they are a new feature. I went through the exercise to compare current to historical to see how Red Gate & Devart handled this. I'm a part of the Friends of Red Gate program, so love checking… Read more

0 comments, 88 reads

Posted in SQL Barbarian on 28 October 2016

Data Compare on Temporal Tables

I hadn't seen much talk on doing data comparisons on temporal tables, as they are a new feature. I went through the exercise to compare current to historical to see how Red Gate & Devart handled this. I'm a part of the Friends of Red Gate program, so love checking… Read more

0 comments, 1,498 reads

Posted in SQL Barbarian on 28 October 2016

Fixing Untrusted Foreign Key or Check Constraint

Untrusted constraints can be found when you alter/drop foreign key relationships and then add them back without the proper syntax.If you are deploying data through several tables, you might want to disable foreign keys on those tables during the deployment to ensure that all the required relationships have a chance… Read more

0 comments, 57 reads

Posted in SQL Barbarian on 22 October 2016

Fixing Untrusted Foreign Key or Check Constraint

Untrusted constraints can be found when you alter/drop foreign key relationships and then add them back without the proper syntax.

If you are deploying data through several tables, you might want to disable foreign keys on those tables during the deployment to ensure that all the required relationships have a… Read more

0 comments, 237 reads

Posted in SQL Barbarian on 22 October 2016

Easy SQL Maintenance with Minionware

Here's my personal tweaked settings for deploying Minionware's fantastic Reindex & Backup jobs. In the development environment, I wanted to have some scheduled jobs running to provide a safety net, as well ensure updated statistics, but there were a few default settings I wanted to adjust. In particular, I tweaked… Read more

0 comments, 61 reads

Posted in SQL Barbarian on 18 October 2016

Easy SQL Maintenance with Minionware

Here's my personal tweaked settings for deploying Minionware's fantastic Reindex & Backup jobs. In the development environment, I wanted to have some scheduled jobs running to provide a safety net, as well ensure updated statistics, but there were a few default settings I wanted to adjust. In particular, I tweaked… Read more

0 comments, 333 reads

Posted in SQL Barbarian on 18 October 2016

Cannot Generate SSPI Context

Troubleshooting

I ran into an error: The target principal name is incorrect. Cannot generate SSPI context. (Microsoft SQL Server, Error: 0)

I evaluated the sql server configuration manager protocols for sql server and saw that named pipes was disabled. I tried ensuring that this wasn't causing the issue, but enabling… Read more

0 comments, 125 reads

Posted in SQL Barbarian on 17 October 2016

Centralized Management Server 101

Registered Servers

I've used Central Management Server registered servers in SSMS for primarily one purpose, saving connections. :-) This is definitely not the intended usage. As I've explored the benefits of using this a little more, I put a few notes together to help share the concepts I came across.… Read more

0 comments, 74 reads

Posted in SQL Barbarian on 16 October 2016

Centralized Management Server 101

Registered Servers

I've used Central Management Server registered servers in SSMS for primarily one purpose, saving connections. :-) This is definitely not the intended usage. As I've explored the benefits of using this a little more, I put a few notes together to help share the concepts I came across.… Read more

0 comments, 1,729 reads

Posted in SQL Barbarian on 16 October 2016

Diff All Files - Reviewing Changesets Quickly

If you need to do code comparison on a lot of files in Visual Studio, I ran across an extension Diff All Files that is really helpful for merging down the individual file changes into more consumable format.

Diff all files

In the changeset view you can select diff all… Read more

0 comments, 57 reads

Posted in SQL Barbarian on 12 October 2016

Diff All Files - Reviewing Changesets Quickly

If you need to do code comparison on a lot of files in Visual Studio, I ran across an extension Diff All Files that is really helpful for merging down the individual file changes into more consumable format.

Diff all files

In the changeset view you can select diff all… Read more

0 comments, 196 reads

Posted in SQL Barbarian on 12 October 2016

Migrating Database Collation - The Red Gate Way

I had some cross database comparisons that I wanted to simplify, but ensuring the collation matched. The amount of objects that I would have had to drop and recreate was a bit daunting, so I looked for a way to migrate the database to a different collation.Using the Red Gate… Read more

0 comments, 29 reads

Posted in SQL Barbarian on 10 October 2016

Migrating Database Collation - The Red Gate Way

I had some cross database comparisons that I wanted to simplify, but ensuring the collation matched. The amount of objects that I would have had to drop and recreate was a bit daunting, so I looked for a way to migrate the database to a different collation.

Using the Red… Read more

0 comments, 177 reads

Posted in SQL Barbarian on 10 October 2016

Fixing non-deterministic error when creating indexed view

I discovered a bit of info on working with float values, while creating a hash value that contained a float value, and a date value.

create unique clustered index ix_clustered_ViewK_Catfood_K
Msg 1901, Level 16, State 1, Line 1517
Cannot create index or statistics 'ix_clustered_ViewK_Catfood_K' on view 'compareCatfood' because key column…

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0 comments, 12 reads

Posted in SQL Barbarian on 8 October 2016

Fixing non-deterministic error when creating indexed view

I discovered a bit of info on working with float values, while creating a hash value that contained a float value, and a date value.

create unique clustered index ix_clustered_ViewK_Catfood_K  
Msg 1901, Level 16, State 1, Line 1517  
Cannot create index or statistics 'ix_clustered_ViewK_Catfood_K' on view 'compareCatfood' because key column…

Read more

0 comments, 314 reads

Posted in SQL Barbarian on 8 October 2016