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GO-SQL blog A blog dedicated for SQL Server Developers alike!

My name is Andrew Fenna, and I am a database developer at The Laterooms Group. I have written this blog to educate my fellow database developers in subjects that I think are necessary to keep at the top of our game. I have been working with RDBMS’s since 2002 and I have worked within financial, gaming, public, and travel sectors within the Northwest of England. I have gained quite a lot of experience throughout my journey and have tackled some very difficult challenges along the way. Therefore, I am blogging my experiences, which I hope will give you the inspiration to try and tackle problems that are deemed impossible to start, but with some encouragement and guidance become much more simpler and structured, thank you for your time. Andrew J Fenna.

Archives: July 2013

Run real-time SQL tracing at application level with a ORM….

If you ever need to know exactly what dml your application is running as you have an ORM as your persistence layer like NHiberate. The most effective way is to add an application name parameter to your ado connection string and use SQL Server Profiler, to listen for this application,… Read more

Run real-time SQL tracing at application level with a ORM….

If you ever need to know exactly what dml your application is running as you have an ORM as your persistence layer like NHiberate. The most effective way is to add an application name parameter to your ado connection string and use SQL Server Profiler, to listen for this application,… Read more

My 1st Blog – out of memory exceptions in SSDT… yes its technical

When unit testing a stored procedure in visual studio 2012 (SSDT); sometimes you can get a out of memory exception (especially if you’re retrieving over 1 million rows+). To resolve this, go to the TEST\Test SettingsDefault processing Architecture menu and select ‘X64′, this will give you a massive increase in… Read more

My 1st Blog – out of memory exceptions in SSDT… yes its technical

When unit testing a stored procedure in visual studio 2012 (SSDT); sometimes you can get a out of memory exception (especially if you’re retrieving over 1 million rows+). To resolve this, go to the TEST\Test Settings\Default processing Architecture menu and select ‘X64′, this will give you a massive increase in… Read more