Jeremy Brown

  • Interests: Flying, playing drums, playing the baritone horn, reading, and SQL Server!

Add Enterprise Manager registrations quickly

Use this Perl script to add Enterprise Manager registrations from a text file. The text file should contain three fields seperated by spaces. The first two fields are the server groups you want to create, and the last is the server name. ex...Production Accounting ACTPRSQL01QA Accounting ACTQASQL01The script also goes out and registers all SQL […]

2007-06-19 (first published: )

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DBGhost Review

The integration of SQL Server 2000 with version control is basically nonexistent. Managing and keeping track of your changes and files is a cumbersome task, and prone to have mistakes occur. There is a product that can help you with this called dbGhost and Jeremy Brown takes a look at this product and how it works.

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2005-11-29

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Flexible DTS Packages with Perl

SQL Server 2000 DTS was a revolutionary programming environment, but one that was not without a few quirks. As often found with many Microsoft products, there were sections in your packages where things were hard coded, making them less flexible. New author Jeremy Brown brings us a look at how you can build extremely flexible packages using Perl.

2005-04-05

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