Joe Doherty


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Deploying Scripts To Multiple Instances

Most DBAs manage multiple SQL servers, each handling different needs for your business. Even with the diverse uses for different servers, there is often the need to deploy the same scripts to all servers for various purposes. Author Joe Doherty brings us his scripts and technique for executing a script across multiple servers.

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2006-09-27

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Controlling Jobs

Have you ever needed to build a job that could run within a certain period of time? Those long maintenance operations, like index rebuilds, need to fit within certain windows of time. New author Joe Doherty brings us a great technique for ensuring those jobs do not run over into your business day and impact normal operations.

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2006-09-06

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