- Visual Studio 2012 puts the “Ug!” in “Ugly”
- What a Year Brings
- Installing Sharepoint 2010 Farm on a Single VMWare VM
- Access 2010: A Rare Second Chance
- Waaaay too busy to post….
- I’ll just leave this here…..
- Can’t Save Sharepoint Doc Even with proper permissions
- Can I Kick It? Yes I Can!
- Lessons Learned from a Cheese Curd maker
- I’ll just leave this here….
- So You Want To Be An Air Traffic Controller?
- A Toast to Brent!
- Does “Denali” portend the end of OLAP?
- Anti-Oopsie Tip of the Day
- The database principal is set as the execution context of one or more procedures, functions, or event notifications and cannot be dropped.
- That DBA Look…
- TSQL Cursor Options
- 2008 != 2008R2
- SSMS Tab Bar is Nearly Useless
- I Cannot Believe How Buggy MS Access Has Become!
Category Archives: S.W.A.T.
We’ve all done this. You know you have. Here’s the problem: When scripting a Stored Procedure, you don’t save the script. You execute the script to create the stored procedure. Then you throw the script away, and execute the stored … Continue reading
You often hear people say that SSMS is pretty good, but you still have to script some things. Here’s one of those things. I had a problem where I found (just laying about the place) some Data and Log files. … Continue reading
I got our backup schedule back under control. Here’s what happened. And maybe there’s some useful info here for others. We do nightly FULL backups, with Hourly Differentials during business hours. The Gist: If you run out of space for … Continue reading
I had to change a client password last week, and when I did I find out that they are one of those who think that using the Windows Minimum Password Complexity Requirements will help them be more secure. I already, … Continue reading
In case any of you are running into this problem: If you go to attach a SQL Server database in SQL 2005 (and perhaps in 2000, not sure), and you browse to the folder or directory that has the .MDF … Continue reading
In MS Access, a SQL Server 2008 view linked as a table, when opened offers: [Microsoft][SQL Server Native Client 10.0] Invalid Character Value for Cast Specification(#0) Upon exam, opened view in SSMS and found that the view had several columns … Continue reading