Ashish Kaushal

Ashish holds a BSE in electronic engineer, and has 11 years of computing-specific experience, including varied experiences from client/server design and development, to websites design and development & database administration to system administration. He has been working with design, development and administration of SQL Server for 6 years. He has MSCE, MCDBA, and MCT certifications and works as independent consultant and trainer.

Ashish can be reached at ashish@4GLtech.com


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How To Find SQL Server Objects

SQL Server can grow to encompass hundreds of databases on a single server, each having hundreds or thousands of objects within it. A truly scalable RDBMS. However, how many times have you been searching through the Object Browser in QA or the left pane in Enterprise Manager searching for an object? New Author Ashish Kaushal gives us a method to easily search your server for that long lost object.

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