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Category Archives: sql server
Today on one of the sql server I encountered an interesting scenario, one of the dbas accidentally deleted data from subscriber and then when he realized he turned around and delete the data from publisher. Crap ! is the diplomatic term … Continue reading
With SQL Server 2012, Microsoft has changed its licensing model along with “consolidating” the different types of editions. Gone is the workgroup edition. The three mainstream editions Microsoft now offers are Enterprise, Business Intelligence and Standard . The Web Edition … Continue reading
Microsoft is coming out with a new version of SQL Server , codenamed ‘Denali’ a.k.a SQL Server 2012. It boasts lot of new features. I am not going to repeat all of them here now. Go to Microsoft to see all the … Continue reading