Freeware! This add-in gives you some great extra features when working in VB6. It has a tab index setter, options to add a chunk of error handling code, a simple code analyzer that gives you some metrics, and my favorite - an option to identify unused code and variables. If you're still using VB6 it's worth trying.
As you might guess from the title, this is an extended stored procedure that you can use to interact with MSMQ. It's supposed to be extremely fast, able to handle 4-5k messages per second and have a very small memory footprint. (Press Release)
At Last! No need to convert SQL Scripts from one dialect to another. Although SQL is a simple language, it can be tedious, inaccurate and frustrating when developing equivalent SQL scripts for multiple database servers. This product handles the conversion for you. (Not Reviewed)
Here, in one definitive volume, is all the information you need to understand and use SQL and its implementations in accordance with the established SQL99 standard. Whether you want to learn database programming from scratch, you’d like to sharpen your SQL skills, or you need to know more about programming for a heterogeneous database environment, this book provides the complete menu. (Not Reviewed)
The big day is Monday. The day you get to show off what you know about SQL Server 2000. The problem is, you're not really up to speed. Maybe it's been a while since you worked with SQL Server. Or maybe you just like a challenge. Open the book Friday evening and by Sunday afternoon, after completing 30 fast, focused sessions, you'll be able to get right to work on a SQL Server 2000 databases.(Not Reviewed)
This article, Part 2 – SQL Server 6.5 to 2000 Critical Upgrade Decisions and Redundant Upgrade Architecture, will begin to detail the technical components faced by the DBAs and Developers during the Upgrade process. The technical components detail the Critical Upgrade Decisions related to ANSI NULLS, Quoted Identifiers and other items.