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Recently, while working on a personal project, I found myself needing a lightweight way to deploy database changes to multiple environments. In the past I have used a wide range of methods, ranging from applying the changes manually to applying changes via a diff tool (SQL Compare), to automatically applying manually created change scripts, to automatically applying diff scripts that were automatically generated, to working directly in production..er, pretend you didn't see that one.
Today I was checking an older server and decided to run sp_helpdb. On a bunch of databases I noticed that the owner was ~~UNKNOWN~~. The only reason I noticed this was when I tried to look at a specific database which is mirrored. I was greeted with thi…
It’s the second Tuesday of the month, which means it’s time again for #TSQL2sday! It is the 42nd installment of this blog post series and the subject is not about the Answer to the Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe, and Everything as I hoped it wo…
This blog posts explains how you can modify the data source of a Power View report published on SharePoint.
SQL Server baseline collection is an important task that is too frequently overlooked. Collecting information on how SQL Server is both providing data services and reacting to how those data services are being utilized, creates a foundation for efficie…
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