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Bradley Schacht

Bradley Schacht is a Data Platform Solution Architect on the state and local government team with Microsoft based in Jacksonville, FL. He has co-authored 3 SQL Server books including "SQL Server 2014 Professional Admin". As a former consultant and trainer, he uses his experience on many parts of the Microsoft BI and data platform to help customers deliver the best possible solutions. Bradley frequently presents at community events around the country. He is a contributor to sites such as SQLServerCentral.com and an active member of the Jacksonville SQL Server User Group (JSSUG).

Archives: August 2012

The INSTALLSHAREDWOWDIR command line value is not valid.

I was recently making some changes to my laptop setup and installing SQL Server 2008R2 and SQL Server 2012 directly on the computer rather than on my VM. In the case of my setup I had already installed the client tools for 2008R2 and 2012 on my laptop. So in… Read more

1 comments, 915 reads

Posted in Bradley Schacht on 28 August 2012

Internal error: Invalid enumeration value. Please call customer support! is not a valid value for this element.

If you have done a lot of work with SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) you may have seen this message:

We’ve all been there. A build error. I tend to get this because I like to forget commas when modifying calculations in the MDX section of the cube editor. It’s… Read more

2 comments, 840 reads

Posted in Bradley Schacht on 21 August 2012

Modify Host File on Windows 7

Modifying the Windows host file can be a great way to ensure that you don’t accidentally modify production while doing development or just redirecting traffic on your computer. For instance, while at a client’s office I was able to access a server by entering just the server name, but when… Read more

0 comments, 872 reads

Posted in Bradley Schacht on 14 August 2012

View Flat File Contents Using PowerShell

We have all been there; you need to take a look at the data inside a file. Sure you can open it in Notepad if it is under 20-30MB, bigger than that and you may run into problems depending on the computer. Sometime WordPad will handle the larger files, again… Read more

2 comments, 1,344 reads

Posted in Bradley Schacht on 7 August 2012