Haidong Ji

I was a developer, working with VB, SQL Server, Access and lots of other Microsoft stuff.

I am currently a SQL Server DBA in my company in the Chicago area.

I am MCSD and MCDBA certified. In my spare time, if I have any, I like to do Linux, C and other open source project.

I can be reached at Happy_Haidong@yahoo.com

Introduction to SQLCMD

SQL Server 2005 has deprecated osql and isql as command line tools and replaced them with SQLCMD. Haidong Ji brings us an introduction to this new tool and a few tricks to make you more productive when using it.

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2006-01-11

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