• Interests: Hi, my name is Norm Enger. I have worked in and around Microsoft SQL Server as well as web and other programming languages since 1997. I am by profession a Microsoft SQL Server database administrator (DBA), or as some of my friends and coworkers have called me over the years, ”the database guy” or ”the SQL guy.” I am employed by Mohawk Industries of Dalton, GA, working remotely to my office from Tucson, AZ. I have a wide range of interests, experiences, and expertise in all things SQL Server, all the way from SQL Server 7.0 to the newest editions of SQL Server, as well as with some third-party tools.

Script Tbl Data to Insert Stmts. - Handles Unicode

Script Table Data to Insert Statements - Handles Unicode datatypes (nchar, nvarchar, ntext). This script works with SQL 2000 and has been improved to handle properly the nchar, nvarchar, and ntext data types for Unicode, as well as handle apostrophes in data correctly. Usage is to run the script to create the stored proc in […]

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