Yakov Shlafman


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Query Analyzer Extended

SQL Server has the best client tools for a DBA of any RDBMS and SQL Server 2000 includes Query Analyzer, an amazing tool. There are a few places where this tool could use some improvement and Yakov Shlafman brings us a few ways that you make your work with Query Analyzer even smoother.

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2005-09-29

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