Masar Ivica


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Generating a Bar Code

SQL Server is asked to do many tasks, including scheduling processes, transferring data using DTS in an ETL process, sending mail, updating other systems, generating reports and more. However this one might a bit unsual: using SQL Server and T-SQL to generate a bar code. Ivaca Masar brings us this unique look at how you can stretch the limits of T-SQL.

2005-02-08

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