myLittleAdmin For SQL Server is a web-based SQL Server Database administration tool. It is intended to handle the administration of SQL Server databases over the WWW using ASP. It allows you to fully manage your databases even when you don't want or cannot use MS Enterprise Manager.
One of our readers needed some help with altering a table with DMO, so Andy has a code sample and some comments in general about how to add objects using DMO. It's good code and a very quick introduction to how objects work. Worth reading!
There has been some talk about the use of partitioned views in SQL Server 2000 to gain performance improvements for scale-out of applications. In this article by Neil Jacobson, he discusses his findings in respect of the speed of partitioned views.
SQL Server is releasing two Beta products this month, a 64-bit version of SQL Server 2000 and service pack 4 for SQL Server 7.0! Note: Liberty requires that customers have access to 64-bit machines. Participating in a SQL Server Beta program can be a lot of fun, with contests, promotions, newsgroup support with members of the SQL team at Microsoft, etc. Come sign up today!