David Jansen

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Importing SharePoint ULS and IIS Logs into SQL

Importing data into SQL Server is one of the strengths of the platform. However it can require a bit of work for a DBA to make this an automated process. New author David Jansen brings us a technique for importing Sharepoint and IIS logs into SQL Server for later analysis.

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2009-12-24

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