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  • RE: Memory Management

    Wrong Answer.

    64bit edition != Itanium

    "normal" 64 bit = 32 processors.

    I too think that there should be points refund.

  • RE: Login Failed

    Resource database is not wide known.

    We belive in 4 system databases: master, model, tempdb, msdb.

    For those who would delete resource database - remember, you have to restore your tempdb...

  • RE: Database Mirroring

    Me too.

    Where is my 2 points?

    Is anybody trying to check questions in practice anyway.

    There is to much materials that are simply not true at the time.

    For example 70-432...

  • RE: XML XQuery problem

    Do not now - I'am only author of this question, others are responsible for give a score..

  • RE: DateAdd Function

    That was too easy question.

  • RE: Date Functions

    Not for me.

    What is part of date?

    12 is part of '2008-12-12'

    December is not part of '2008-12-12) to my logic it seems 🙂

  • RE: Complicated Comments

    Nice feature to get trapped on migration from SQL 2000 to 2005.

  • RE: Importing settings from one SQL Server 2005 instance to another

    Question is not clear.

    IMHO this tool can be used to import only Sufrace Area Configurator settings, not all instance setting (example: memmory, processor afinity and so on)


  • RE: Problem running CLR method which invokes unmanaged code

    Of cource your assembly has permission set to UNSAFE ?

  • RE: Using CLR

    My answer as DBA:

    -As long as assembly could have permission set to SAFE it is not big problem.

    Of course to the first error with CLR 🙂

  • RE: Question of the Day for 24 Apr 2007

    Case is one of more beatiful and powerfull things in SQL programming.

    Especially when you have several bit columns that translates to some states and then state as single parameter....

  • RE: Renaming a Database

    And what about cross-database Service Broker architecture?


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