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Some tips for working with big data models


Some tips for working with big data models

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ya, I was kinda aware that this article was the original. Just pokin fun at someone that basically did a copy past job.

Google search is a hell of a thing sometimes BigGrin

Oh btw, Does anybody know a good database modeling software? I don't know of any off hand besides manual visio or something to that affect. I want to map my databases, but they change every day... and something somewhat automatic and low maintenance would be awesome.
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MauroPichiliani (3/3/2011)
It's very sad that nowadays you can see a complete copy of your work without authorization and even a simple reference.


You shouldn't put up with this. Contact the guy, explain him that he has committed a copyright infringement and that he should put the article down. If he doesn't, contact Steve, the editor of this site. They have experience with this sort of issues...



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Men, I didn't know how common those "reprints" were!!
I checked Google and found 3 of my articles shown in some "serious" blogs out there. And 1 one of them has the nerve to write :
"To read more: www.sqlservercentral.com/......"

The only extra information people can find in SQLServerCentral's link is my name :-D
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wagner crivelini (3/4/2011)
Men, I didn't know how common those "reprints" were!!
I checked Google and found 3 of my articles shown in some "serious" blogs out there. And 1 one of them has the nerve to write :
"To read more: www.sqlservercentral.com/......"

The only extra information people can find in SQLServerCentral's link is my name :-D


The reference to sqlservercentral is so that they can say they were just "quoting" you.



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Men, I didn't know how common those "reprints" were!!
I checked Google and found 3 of my articles shown in some "serious" blogs out there. And 1 one of them has the nerve to write :
"To read more: www.sqlservercentral.com/......"

The only extra information people can find in SQLServerCentral's link is my name :-D


The reference to sqlservercentral is so that they can say they were just "quoting" you.


It's still copyright infringement (if they attributed Wagner) or outright plagiarism (if they didn't attribute Wagner). The only way it's not CI is if they asked Wagner's permission first or if he blatantly gave permission to anyone to use it.

I couldn't help myself. I posted a comment on Alok's blog:


Wow. This article is an exact duplicate (except for the first line) of an article posted yesterday on SQLServerCentral.com, by a different author. And since the SSC author had to wait a few weeks to get his article approved, it leads one to the conclusion that this blog post is possibly plagiarized.

Care to explain?

http://www.sqlservercentral.com/articles/model/72275/


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Brandie Tarvin (3/4/2011)
I couldn't help myself. I posted a comment on Alok's blog:


I can't see your blog comment Brandie, but look at the other articles in his blog... virtually every one of them is a cut and paste job.



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He has moderation set on his blog comments. I'm betting he won't allow anyone to see it.

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Brandie Tarvin (3/4/2011)
He has moderation set on his blog comments. I'm betting he won't allow anyone to see it.


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Steve Jones - SSC Editor (3/4/2011)
I have submitted a note to Wordpress to remove this.


Steve
I wasn't aware of this kind of problem, but I am surprised to see how frequent it is.
I made a quick search on GOOGLE this morning and found 3 "clones" of my articles at blogpost.com

http://softwarekira.blogspot.com/2009/05/modeling-and-diagrams-with-sql-server.html
http://gowdhamanr.blogspot.com/2010/10/do-you-really-need-surrogate-keys-part.html#more
http://techtipsbysatish.blogspot.com/2010/08/sql-server-joins.html

And the original articles:
http://www.sqlservercentral.com/Authors/Articles/Wagner_Crivelini/293928/
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