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New 'Find Duplicates Wizard'

The Wizard enables anyone working with a SQL Server database to identify and review duplicate data with ease. It is an exceptionally powerful tool with the modest price tag of $397 (approximately £230).

The software has a wealth of processing options, which you can read about when visiting www.findduplicates.com or (in even more detail) in the free help file download which is also available on the web site.

2004-01-12

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Superior SQL Builder v1.3 released

Red Earth Technologies announces the release of version 1.3 of Superior SQL Builder, its SQL tool that allows users to visually build complete SQL scripts without typing any code.

Superior SQL Builder introduces new SQL scripting technology, allowing users to quickly and easily transform their database data. In version 1.3 this scripting technology has been extended and enhanced so that complex SQL scripts can be built in less time and with greater ease.

2003-12-11

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Inserting Transaction Marks

When is a transaction mark first inserted into the msdb.dbo.logmarkhistory table?

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