SQL-DMO

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PowerSMO At Work Part I: DBA Scripts and Functions

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Dan Sullivan delves deeper into PowerSMO, the versatile command line utility for managing SQL Server databases. Using a certificate strategy, he provides a step-by-step guide to creating and deploying secure, signed DBA scripts. He then describes how to use PowerSMO functions to manage the extended properties of SQL Server objects.

2007-03-13

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Save Your Stored Procedures

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Version control of stored procedures is not exactly a SQL Server 2000 strong point. In fact, it is downright abysmal and there have been lots of ideas and solutions put forth to solve the problem. Andy Warren brings us a new one that's small and lightweight and may help you after getting inspired at TechEd 2005.

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2005-06-17

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Introduction to SQL-DMO

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This article by Andy warren shows you how to get started with DMO using either VB or VBScript. The article includes sample code that will backup all databases on a server and will update the statistics on all databases as well.

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2007-10-02 (first published: )

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