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Archives: January 2016

SQL Server Principals – Back to Basics

Prelude in SQL Minor

Back in late December of 2015, a challenge of sorts was issued by Tim Ford (twitter) to write a blog post each month on a SQL Server Basic. Some have hash-tagged this as #backtobasics. Here is the link to that challenge sent via tweet Read more

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Posted in SQL RNNR on 28 January 2016

All about the Change

The second Tuesday of January 2016 is now upon us and you know what that means. Well, I hope you know what that means.

It is time for TSQL Tuesday. It is now the 74th edition of this monthly blog party. This month the host is Robert Davis (blog Read more

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Posted in SQL RNNR on 12 January 2016

Alter Event Session

Ready for a change of pace? Good! Today is a really good time to start looking into one of the more basic concepts related to Extended Event Session management.

Consider the occasional need to change a trace. Maybe you added the wrong event to the trace, or maybe you neglected… Read more

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Posted in SQL RNNR on 8 January 2016

Waiting, is it a Bad Thing?

Despite the desire to get away from the GUI talk in these articles about Extended Events, I have so far been unable to do it. Each article of late has something more to deal with the user interface. Let’s see what we can do with the GUI today.

One of… Read more

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Posted in SQL RNNR on 6 January 2016

A day in the Stream

Enough talk of the GUI with Extended Events (see previous articles in the series if you want to revisit the stickiness of the GUI – here). It is time for a bit of a diversion and something quick.

While it may be a quick traipse today, it won’t be… Read more

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Posted in SQL RNNR on 5 January 2016

Hidden GUI Gems

The GUI for Extended Events offers some power to help you get started with trying to work with Extended Events. As I have shown over the past few articles, some of this power comes with a bit of cost and may in fact not be as powerful as just using… Read more

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Posted in SQL RNNR on 2 January 2016

Filtering Logged Data

Over the course of the past couple of articles, I have shown some interesting if not useful functionality in the user interface for working with Extended Event log files. Those articles on merging files and customizing the view can be read here and here.

Today, I am going to… Read more

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Posted in SQL RNNR on 1 January 2016