In some applications having hard coded SQL statements is not appealing, because of the dynamic nature of the queries being issued against the database server. Because of this sometimes there is a need to dynamically create a SQL statement on the fly and t
Microsoft products such as Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) 3.0 and Windows Sharepoint Services (WSS) 3.0 ship with SQL Server 2005 Embedded Edition. Now called the Windows Internal Database, more and more system administrators charged with managing
For one our applications we encountered deadlock issues when deleting rows for a high concurrency application. The application queries were deleting only one row at a time, but we were still having deadlock issues.
After you have completed your AlwaysOn setup and configuration in a multisubnet environment, you get a number of calls from the application team that they are having intermittent connectivity issues with the database server. In this tip we look at what ma
Many struggle when writing a resume because they lack a strategy for framing their relevant experience in the best possible way, and making modifications depending on roles they apply for, and additions throughout their career. Therefore, we’ve aligned so
Developers using SQL Server Express face a few challenges in their day to day work. One is that setting up and maintaining Express can be a daunting task. Another is that using the "User Instances" feature (which has been deprecated) leads to a lot of con
I am trying to resolve an issue with triggers. We use them for things like automatically setting the update date and time on some tables. Recently we added a second trigger to a table and now we are getting the error "Maximum stored procedure, function,
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