Events

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Meet Redgate at PASS Virtual Summit

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Redgate are Gold sponsors of PASS Virtual Summit, which this year is available to all online. It's time to accelerate your data career by joining Redgate's Advocates who will be presenting a variety of sessions, as well as demo solutions throughout the week of 11 - 13 November. See what's happening and register today.

2020-11-09 (first published: )

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SQL in the City Summits – UK, US & Down Under

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Redgate are inviting senior data professionals to attend one of the upcoming SQL in the City Summit events taking place in April, May and June. If you’re interested in learning how your business can benefit from implementing Compliant Database DevOps this event is for you. Find out who’s presenting and register for a Summit near you today.

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2019-04-05

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5th annual “Seattle Freecon”

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On Monday, November 5th, 2018, the 5th annual “Seattle Freecon” (a FreeCon in Seattle for those that might not be attending a pre-con before the PASS Summit) will be held. Put on by Jason Brimhall and Wayne Sheffield, there’s a set of 6 sessions you can attend for free that day. That’s right, absolutely FREE.

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2018-11-02 (first published: )

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Registration Now Open for SQL Cruise Alaska in August 2017

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It’s been a while since SQL Cruise has been in Alaska, but come August 12 2017 we are returning in a big way for our 13th event since our founding in 2010, bringing one of the most sought-after minds in Microsoft SQL Server for a week of instruction, conversation, and insight: Bob Ward. The SQL […]

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2017-05-19

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Database Continuous Integration Workshop - London, UK

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Join this workshop on July 8, 2015 to learn how to: link your source control repository to a build system, trigger database builds automatically when you make a change, use DLM tools to test your database changes, and lay the foundations for package-based deployment of your database. Register while space is available.

2015-05-22

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External Article

Database Source Control Workshop - London, UK

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Redgate's workshops are coming to London on July 8, 2015. In this workshop, you'll learn how to source control your database, deploy your databases from source control, and monitor and track database changes across development, testing, and production environments. Register while space is available.

2015-05-19

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Question of the Day

Multiple Query Trace Flags

I want to enable two trace flags, 4199 and 4137, for a single query. How should I do this:

-- A
SELECT
  a.AddressID
, a.AddressLine1
, a.AddressLine2
, a.City
, a.StateProvinceID
, a.PostalCode
, p.FirstName
, p.LastName
FROM
  Person.Address a
  INNER JOIN person.Person AS p
    ON p.rowguid = a.rowguid
WHERE
  City           = 'SEATTLE'
  AND PostalCode = 98104
OPTION (QUERYTRACEON 4199, 4137);

-- B
SELECT
  a.AddressID
, a.AddressLine1
, a.AddressLine2
, a.City
, a.StateProvinceID
, a.PostalCode
, p.FirstName
, p.LastName
FROM
  Person.Address a
  INNER JOIN person.Person AS p
    ON p.rowguid = a.rowguid
WHERE
  City           = 'SEATTLE'
  AND PostalCode = 98104
OPTION (QUERYTRACEON 4199, QUERYTRACEON 4137);

-- C
SELECT
  a.AddressID
, a.AddressLine1
, a.AddressLine2
, a.City
, a.StateProvinceID
, a.PostalCode
, p.FirstName
, p.LastName
FROM
  Person.Address a
  INNER JOIN person.Person AS p
    ON p.rowguid = a.rowguid
WHERE
  City           = 'SEATTLE'
  AND PostalCode = 98104
OPTION (QUERYTRACEON 4199), (QUERYTRACEON 4137);

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