Stevan Popovski

Be Prepared

The error handling in SQL Server leaves something to be desired, especially compared with other RDBMSes and languages. The standard method of testing for errors can leave your code bloated and hard to read. Stefan Popovski looks at another method of handling errors.

5 (1)

2004-04-21

8,256 reads

Blogs

Trace Query in Extended Events

By

The ability to quickly and easily trace a query is important to database professionals....

Using Erik Darling’s sp_pressure_detector to resolve CPU issues

By

Last Friday I spent my lunch break going through some links I had marked...

How to Resolve Remove-AzKeyVaultKey : Operation returned an invalid status code ‘Forbidden’ Error

By

I’ve come across another error message in my seemingly never-ending battle with Azure Key...

Read the latest Blogs

Forums

How to import Excel with XML

By itmasterw 60042

Hi, I have an Excel sheet that I have to import into SQL Server....

Recursive CTE - Batches

By koti.raavi

Hi Folks I'm trying to group rows into batch and adding batch to query...

XQuery - Use column value to display correct node

By Norty303

Hi All First time with XQuery and despite trying to read as many guides...

Visit the forum

Ask SSC

SQL Server Q&A from the SQLServerCentral community

Get answers