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Dharmendra is a SQL Server/Microsoft Data Platform professional with over eight years of experience. He enjoys helping others in the SQL Server community and does this by contributing on blogs, speaking at several SQL events. His passion and focus is to explore and share more and more on SQL Server.

Archives: July 2017

Connect SQL Server on Linux using Bash on Ubuntu on Windows

Since Microsoft has launched SQL Server on Linux, you would be working on both the platforms Linux and Windows. You can now add Bash shell on Windows 10 to play with SQL Server on Linux instead of using any third party tool like Putty or other SSH clients.

Connected SQL…

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Posted in SQL Geek on 21 July 2017

What Immediate_sync means in Transactional Replication – Part1

In my previous two blogs – Capture Important Parameters of the SQL Server Replication and Add new articles to existing Transactional Replication without initializing old articles, I mentioned about one of the very critical parameters to consider is the immediate_sync in the Transactional Replication. Let’s understand both the options… Read more

1 comments, 1,248 reads

Posted in SQL Geek on 18 July 2017

SQL Server 2017 – DMV – sys.dm_os_host_info

I always love to get my hands dirty with new features of SQL Server. I was exploring SQL Server on Linux, and at a point, I had to check the operating system details of the Linux system. Being lazy to figure out Linux OS command to check the operating system… Read more

2 comments, 1,604 reads

Posted in SQL Geek on 14 July 2017

Add new articles to existing Transactional Replication without initializing old articles

Suppose, you have Transactional Replication configured in your production environment. There is a business requirement to add a new article to the existing publication, and you would like to initialize only the newly added article instead of all articles in the publication.

To achieve the above requirement, I will be… Read more

8 comments, 1,302 reads

Posted in SQL Geek on 10 July 2017

Capture Important Parameters of the SQL Server Replication

Whenever there is a business requirement to add a new article to an existing publication, you want to know how the publication is going to behave during the initialization. Basically, you start asking following questions to yourself;

  • Will a new snapshot (running the snapshot agent of the publication) cause to…

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Posted in SQL Geek on 3 July 2017