Archives: May 2010
Yea, it's FREE, it's NoN-Stop, it's 24 hours of PASS! Many of the bloggers have wrote about 24 Hrs of PASS, so there it is once again as reminder...
Thomas LaRock (SQL Server MVP) (Blog | Twitter | LinkedIN), recently has published the new book DBA Survivor: Become a Rock Start DBA, and many of the readers of this book also publish their review and everyone can say that they learn something new or refresh something… Read more
SQL Server Azure database supports the T-SQL, but no at all! For the SQL Server Azure and T-SQL are available three list (Supported, Partially Supported & Unsupported - statements):
Supported T-SQL statements.
- ALTER (SCHEMA, VIEW, ROLE)
- CAST & CONVERT
- DROP (SCHEMA, ROLE, LOGIN, USER, VIEW, STATISTICS, etc)
- ORDER BY
SQL Server Azure, fully relational cloud database solution, is new possibility of the database administration and maintenance. I'm not going in deep to explain what about SQL Server Azure, the location where you can introduce and learn more is here & here.
In this post you will see the… Read more
Simple, but I think somebody will ask:
Can restore the SQL Server 2008 R2 database to SQL Server 2008 ?
Simple answer, No! You cannot restore your databases in SQL Server 2008 from SQL Server 2008 R2, (just simple test)!
MS Access have a nice possibility if you want to connect with SQL Server databases and manipulate with data in the same way as MS Access mdb files. The MS Access files that can connect to the SQL Server has the extension .adp (Access Data Project - file) and… Read more
SET clause in SQL Server uses in combination with other clauses to change the current behavior of the SQL Server in current sessions. Many of the default settings of the SQL Server that was setting up before, can be changed with SET command, like date format, or first day of… Read more
DBAs & Developers using everyday UPDATE statement, and everytime before update they want to see what to update, after this they want to see what has been updated.
The WinServer 2008 Core Edition was the server that you cannot install the SQL Server 2008. The Win Server 2008 Core Edition can run specific server roles such as:
- Active Directory Domain Services
- File Services
- Virtualization (Hiper-V)
- Print Services
- IIS (Web) etc..
It hasn't the GUI to operate… Read more