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Tag Archives: sql server
Introduction This article has been contributed by Daniel Klionsky and based on the work we have done within our team allowing single sign-on integration of SQL Server Reporting Services within existing application. I want to mention and praise great help … Continue reading
You will be amazed how common this question is: I have a folder with arbitrary set of SQL scripts and want to apply them all automatically. How do I do that? In other words: Having a folder – ex: C:\AutoSQLScripts – with some … Continue reading
SQL Server 2008 has been available since Aug 6, 2008. This does not include CTP (Feb 2008) time-frame. We are close to the year milestone now. To my surprise there are still questions around if moving to a new version is … Continue reading
When you dealing with dynamic SQL or unknown table structure, SQL meta data could help recover the missing information. There are two main system tables which give you such information: dbo.sysobjects dbo.syscolumns Example below shows how to gather column list … Continue reading
I am continuing putting some common examples of operations for Microsoft SQL Server. In addition to some of the Date related code snippets published before, there are few more today: