Lee Everest

SQLServerCentral Article

Introduction to Bitmasking in SQL Server 2005

The use of bitmasking is usually limited to decoding values in the system views, but it can be useful in other places when you want to save space. New author Lee Everest brings us an introduction to bitmasking and its use in SQL Server 2005.

4.57 (28)

You rated this post out of 5. Change rating

2007-12-05 (first published: )

18,010 reads


Migrating from EverNote to Joplin


Recently I got a message that my Evernote subscription was going up. It’s been...

Using Data Masker on Chinese Surnames


A customer had a question recently on masking Chinese characters. I thought that was...

A New Word: Looseleft


looseleft – the feeling of loss upon finishing a good book, sensing the weight...

Read the latest Blogs


Help with a SQL Unpivot

By rogue1009

I am trying to use unpivot to extract some data, however, the results are...

how to de escalte a isolation level, and are there any implications.

By rajemessage 14195

hi, I have one nested transaction and want to deescalate to outer  transaction's isolation/...

Scaling Up Monitoring

By Steve Jones - SSC Editor

Comments posted to this topic are about the item Scaling Up Monitoring

Visit the forum

Ask SSC Logo Ask SSC

SQL Server Q&A from the SQLServerCentral community

Get answers