Kathi Kellenberger

Kathi Kellenberger is a Sr. Consultant with Pragmatic Works. She is an author, speaker and trainer.
  • Interests: Walking, running, grandchildren!

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Using Parameters with Stored Procedures

It seems that SQL Server developers avoid stored procedures whenever possible, especially if they are new to the product. Kathi Kellenberger brings us a basic article that you can give to developers that explains the basics of how you use parameters with ADO.NET, especially output parameters.

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2019-05-23 (first published: )

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So Many Choices with SQL Server

There was a day when you didn’t have many decisions to make about a new SQL Server instance. You had to choose from a few editions and two licensing models: per proc or server cal. It wasn’t long ago that SQL Server would almost always be installed on a physical server on premises, and the […]


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A Review of PDF-eXPLODE

Reporting is a huge part of any DBA's job with constant changes and new requests for data that non-technical people can use. And more
and more often the format of choice is PDF, which ensures the end result looks the same on many different platforms. Kathi Kellenberger takes a look at a product that can allow end-users to generate PDFs from a database and easily send them to other people.

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2008-02-07 (first published: )

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Finding Primes

While it's not likely that many of you need to find prime numbers using T-SQL, it is an interesting programming exercise. SQL Server guru Kathi Kellenburger brings us one solution after taking a break over the holidays and reading some popular fiction.

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2008-01-01 (first published: )

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Access to SQL Server: Linking Tables

SQL Server 2000 and Access databases can be configured to work closely together. If you find that the Access storage format is not handling your needs and an upgrade is needed, you need not through away all of your access development. Instead, you can link Access tables to underlying tables in SQL Server and improve your application by using SQL Server as the backend for your Access project. Author Kathi Kellenberger brings us her second articles in an Access series looking at Linking tables to

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2007-10-02 (first published: )

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