Wayne Fillis

Conditional Flow in DTS

While SQL Server Integration Services is a huge improvement in the ETL capabilities of SQL Server, there are quite a few environments still using DTS in SQL Server 2000. Wayne Fillis brings us a method for implementing conditional logic in your packages.

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2008-03-19 (first published: )

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The Dedicated Administrator Connection

New to SQL Server 2005 is the Dedicated Administrator Connection (DAC), which provides a way to ensure you can always connect to your server. No more getting locked out of a busy server as could occur in prior versions. Wayne Fillis brings us a short tutorial on this handy new feature.

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2008-01-04 (first published: )

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An Alternative XML Solution

SQL Server 2000 added support for XML documents in a few ways. However the support was a little kludgy as it had not been designed into the product from the beginning, but added on later. New author Wayne Fillis brings us some C++ code and a new way to easily retrieve well formed XML documents from your SQL Server.

2004-11-10

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