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Function to encript password

If you need to save password for you application in tables, with this function you can save them encripted. And with another published function (check the page to find the script) you can desencript it. The function receives the password,  modifies every character and returns the encripted password.

2004-03-18

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Sp to enable, disable or list all Triggers in  DB

This one is For SQL 2000.This SP enable,disable or list all the Triggers in the given database.If enable or disable are specified, finds all the triggers of all the tablesand enable or disable them, After that, it list all the triggers with it´s current state.If List is specified, then it only list the triggers with […]

2002-09-19

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Sp to enable, disable or list all Triggers in a DB (SQL 7)

This SP enable,disable or list all the Triggers in the given database.If enable or disable are specified, finds all the triggers of all the tablesand enable or disable them, After that, it list all the triggers with it´s current state.If List is specified, then it only list the triggers with it current state. I didn't […]

2002-09-16

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