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New York City .NET

The author of the NYCdotNet blog is a VB.NET and SQL server developer living and working in New York City. The author seeks to promote clean, readable, efficient code in both VB and SQL from design to development, deployment, and application maintenance.

Archives: July 2012

Enabling "Open Project Folder" for project types that don't support it

One annoying thing about SSIS (2008) and some of the other project types in Visual Studio is the lack of an "Open Project Directory..." option on the project right-click menu.  Visual Studio's "Tools" menu can provide a work-around this.
 
Go to Tools... External Tools... and add a new entry… Read more

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Posted in New York City .NET on 18 July 2012

A Pattern for PIVOT

Use of the PIVOT operator in T-SQL has always been tantalizing yet confounding to me.  It offers the promise of more concise and expressive code compared to a subselect pattern, yet I've always found it difficult to get the code just right so that I could apply it in a… Read more

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Posted in New York City .NET on 8 July 2012