SQLServerCentral Article

Auditing Your SQL Server Environment Part I

Ever been placed into a new environment and couldn't
find an ounce of documentation? This article is the first in a series that will help you make an audit of your new environment
and determine if any SQL Server login does not have a password, has a password the same as the login name or a password that is only one character long.

SQLServerCentral Article

Non-Continous Replicaton and The LogReader

Last year Andy wrote about turning off the log reader as a way to reduce the overhead on a server, primarily when you have many logreaders running. In this follow up article he talks about the downside of using this technique and how the behavior of the logreader can be "tweaked" to make using non-continuous replication a little less of a headache.

Blogs

Refreshed in Tuscany

By

I returned last Sat, 15 Jun, from 9 weeks of crazy travel. It wasn’t...

The Community is YOU, Not Any Organization

By

As I type this, we’re leaving behind spring, and all the amazing events that...

Polyglot Persistence

By

I’ve seen the term polyglot persistence floating around Redgate a bit recently in the...

Read the latest Blogs

Forums

SSIS task that runs a PowerQuery

By pietlinden

is there a good tutorial on how to get SSIS to run a PowerQuery...

Sub Queries Optimization

By ralahari

(SELECT Column1 FROM Table1) as --5 Table1_1 ON table3.Column1  = Table1_1.Column1 LEFT JOIN (SELECT...

UNION ALL Optimization

By ralahari

select Colum1 , Colum2  from  table 1 Union All select Colum1 , Colum2  from ...

Visit the forum

Question of the Day

Dropping a Logon Trigger

I created this trigger for testing on SQL Server 2022:

CREATE TRIGGER checksteve
ON ALL SERVER 
FOR LOGON  
AS  
BEGIN  
IF ORIGINAL_LOGIN()= N'ARISTOTLE\Steve'
 PRINT 'Steve logged in'
END;  
GO
Now I want to drop it. What do I run?

See possible answers