Jeremy Brown

  • Interests: Flying, playing drums, playing the baritone horn, reading, and SQL Server!

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DBGhost Review

The integration of SQL Server 2000 with version control is basically nonexistent. Managing and keeping track of your changes and files is a cumbersome task, and prone to have mistakes occur. There is a product that can help you with this called dbGhost and Jeremy Brown takes a look at this product and how it works.

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2005-11-29

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Flexible DTS Packages with Perl

SQL Server 2000 DTS was a revolutionary programming environment, but one that was not without a few quirks. As often found with many Microsoft products, there were sections in your packages where things were hard coded, making them less flexible. New author Jeremy Brown brings us a look at how you can build extremely flexible packages using Perl.

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2005-04-05

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Question of the Day

Updatable Views II

I have this view:

CREATE OR ALTER VIEW dbo.City 
AS
SELECT TOP 10 
 cn.CityNameID, cn.CityName
 FROM dbo.CityName AS cn
 WITH CHECK OPTION
GO
How can I modify the view to make it is updatable with this code?
INSERT City (CityName) VALUES ('Dillon')

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