Boris Baliner


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SQL 2000 to SQL 2005: Where have all the old features gone?

SQL Server 2005 is out and everyone is moving to test and deploy it. However many people are still managing SQL Server 2000 instances. New author Boris Baliner brings us a few tricks to find that information you are used to from Enterprise Manager.

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2007-10-02 (first published: )

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Quickly Viewing Available Space

As everyone moves to SQL Server 2005 from SQL Server 2000, there are quite a few pieces of information that have moved and may give you trouble finding. Boris Balinger brings us a followup to his first look at some of those changes with a quick article on how you can get the free space in your database files.

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2006-06-06

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