Archives: September 2012
You will hit this error Cannot assign a default value to a local variable in case you are running SQL 2005/below,and you try to declare a variable and assign it a value in one statement.
Something like -
DECLARE @Var Varchar(15) = 'Test'
Msg 139, Level 15, State 1, Line… Read more
One of the advanced Server level options for SQL Server is Max Text Replication Size and this is really not a common one. In most of cases the default value is not changed.
This configuration specifies the maximum size of data that can be added to a replicated column in… Read more
Back to back quality SQLServer sessions! Yes, you heard it right and that’s what 24 Hours of PASS is all about.
The event kicks off at 12:00 GMT on Sep 20 and runs for 24 consecutive hours.
The sessions are selected carefully, and are categorized into 6 tracks -
Enterprise… Read more
The prerequisite SQLServer 2008 R2 patch level for System Center Config Manager 2012(SCCM) is SP1 with Cumulative Update 6 (CU)
For a fresh install if you are considering the latest SQLServer 2008 R2 SP2 for SCCM 2012,then you need to understand the fact that SP2 includes… Read more
SSMS Report Error – Index(zero based) must be greater than or equal to zero and less than the size of argument list !
SSMS reports are one of the best ways to pull some great deal of Server level or Database level information within SQLServer.
Today I was running the ‘Disk Usage’ report (This one is my favorite) for one of the database and immediately got this error!
Error – Index (zero based)… Read more