Synchronize the DB user SID with the Login SID

If you attach a DB on an SQL Server different from the SQL Server where the DB was initially created, you will usually come up with a situation where a login will be a DB user however, you cannot see this through the login properties screen. That happens because the name of the login exists […]

2005-04-21 (first published: )

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Change the probability of the pseudo-random values

The usual practice, when we need some test data, is to employ the pseudo-random built-in function RAND(). We usually use it to produce a random value in some range and it produces these values with the same probabilities. Sometimes we need more "realistic" data when some values are more probable than others are. In this […]

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2002-10-04

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