Haidong Ji

I was a developer, working with VB, SQL Server, Access and lots of other Microsoft stuff.

I am currently a SQL Server DBA in my company in the Chicago area.

I am MCSD and MCDBA certified. In my spare time, if I have any, I like to do Linux, C and other open source project.

I can be reached at Happy_Haidong@yahoo.com

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Code Generation: Using SQL to Generate SQL and Other Code

SQL Server is a great platform against which to develop, but it can also be used as a code generation tool with a little creativity. Haidong Ji brings us a few techniques that can be used to automatically build T-SQL code and bcp code for importing and exporting data.

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2005-02-14

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