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PowerShell and ADO.NET Connection String Settings for SQL Server
The following tip addresses some common questions from PowerShell developers about connection strings, errors with strings, and alternative development approaches to using connection strings.
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SQL Server Cursor Example
In my T-SQL code I always use set based operations. I have been told these types of operations are what SQL Server is designed to process and it should be quicker than serial processing. I know cursors exist but I am not sure how to use them. Can you provide some cursor examples? Can you give any guidance on when to use cursors? I assume Microsoft created them for a reason so they must have a place where they can be used in an efficient mann
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Take the Headache Out of SQL Server Inventory
SQL Inventory Manager automatically discovers the inventory of SQL Servers across the environment once installed. The Dashboard view provides high-level visibility of server inventory to better understand which servers are improperly managed and what actions might need to be taken. Filter down on individual servers to get insights on what these servers are being used for and what resources are being utilized. Plus, create tags to organize SQL Ser
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