Who2 Article Published

, 2010-06-22

I just had my second article published on June 14, 2010 at SQLServerCentral.  I will be posting a follow-up to that article in the near future.  The follow-up is related to the discussion in the thread for the article.  The article is titled: What, Where, When, How, Who2.  The discussion on it can be found here.  In the discussion there is a note about an error that some people are seeing.  There is also a note about a different proc (who is active) written by Adam Machanic (Blog | Twitter).  In the follow-up I will be looking at the error in specific and comparing what Adam has done to resolve it (since it works in his) – with full attribution ;) .

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