• What are the licensing requirements associated with App-V?

    What are the licensing requirements associated with App-V? That is if the application being virtualized uses SQL Server and it is part of the virtual application does the user of the App-V package require a full SQL Server license? This question is from the Microsoft Virtualization Chat held on...

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  • Applying snapshot on Subscriber – SQL SERVER 2005

    hi, i've read on this articlehttp://searchsqlserver.techtarget.com/tip/0,289483,sid87_gci1362610_mem1,00.html about applying snaphot on the subscriber by copying the snapshot on the distributor and sending it to the subscriber. i didnt get what/how this part.  When the snapshot is created and the...

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  • Controlling tempdb Growth

    I have a user running a SAS job that kicks tempdb from 8.5M to 6.6Gig in less than ten minutes. tempdb is on the default C: partition, which is only 16G (I have no control over that ridiculous size)! I’m new at this so I’m thinking my only option is to MOVE tempdb because of the space...

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  • can one use App-V to install SQL Server as part of a virtualized application?

    can one use App-V to install SQL Server as part of a virtualized application? This question is from the Microsoft Virtualization Chat held on August 27th.

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  • How can one ‘v-app’ an application that uses a db like SQL 2008 express?

    How can one 'v-app' an application that uses a db like SQL 2008 express? This question is from the Microsoft Virtualization Chat held on August 27th.

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  • Data model for Custom fields and Custom forms.

    Hi, I plan to build a web application which would have dynamic forms with custom fields. he can create one module, web form having some custom fields.So these fields can be created by customer itself through web application. To make this enable i believe I should have some tables to store meta data...

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  • Community Update: The IT Blog Top 10 for Sept. 10, 2009

    As part of a new feature on the Community Blog, each week we'll be doing a run down of the 10 most popular blog posts over the previous week, in case you were wondering what your peers were reading or a hot topic somehow missed your radar. Still think we missed something? Send me an e-mail at...

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  • Error copying indexes in DTS package

    I have a DTS package in SQL Server 2000 that copies data from one database to another.  The copy indexes option is checked.  For almost a year this has worked fine until recently where the job is ending successfully but the indexes are not copying over.  At first it was maybe once or twice a...

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  • SQL select loop list?

    Say I want to derive the following: Select ID, F1 from table Union Select ID, F2 from table Union Select ID, F3 from table Union … etc until F10. Is there smart and easy way so that I can just provide a list: F1,F2,F3,…,F10 and somehow be able to have the select statement loop through it? Also,...

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  • SQL server 2000 increase database auto-grow

    Does it matter to increase database auto-grow from 10MB to 250MB? We expereience some bottleneck at database size of 36 GB for a reporting database. But the physical disk has 100 GB free disk space, CPU usage is not high. Occasionally has some COM error Not sure what the problem it is

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  • Why should I use SSAS for Predictive Analytics?

    We are considering tools for Predictive Analytics in Law Enforcement, and I have been asked to find the advantages of SSAS, especially in SQL 2008. What are your thoughts on the product and what can it do for us?

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  • SQL dynamic date calc.

    How shall the WHERE clause look for this challenge: Pseudocode: select all records from file where datefield (ccyymmdd 8.0) shall be greater than todays month minus 36 months. As you can see this may be expressed as [em]rolling 36 full months plus current month[/em]. Any help will be apreciated....

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  • SQL 2008 mirroring – are jobs active on mirror on just on failover?

    When mirroring SQL 2008 Databases when the principal is active do the jobs run on the mirror or just on failover?

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  • SQL Server Database Restore

    When i restore a database from server1 to server2 as stand by/read-only mode the database restores with a database owner "domainrmartinez". How can i restore a database from server1 to server2 and the database owner as "sa"?

    Rick Martinez585 pointsBadges:
  • Is share point an alternative / more than SQL Server?

    I m poor in using MOSS Microsoft Office Share Point. I have web application in ASP using IIS and SQL Server 2005. Now if I have no licence for SQL Server 2005 can I use MOSS as an alternative for SQL Server 2005? Is it possible to create / attach data base in MOSS / MOSS related SQL...

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  • CLR Assembly in MS SQL 2008

    I have a problem with COM-objects which i create in CLR-assembly in VB.NET via CreateObject. When I compile this assembly as console project and run loging under any account on server, it works ok. But when i run this file from MS SQL, it can not create object. What may be reason for this?

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  • Aren’t correlation IDs ok in MSSQL for an UPDATE statement?

    I'm getting the following error with the attached SQL statment on MSSQL: UPDATE IMMUNE I

    DeloeranGuy55 pointsBadges:
  • MySQL vs. Oracle

    what is the major two comparison of mysql5.0 and oracle 10g?

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  • Service Broker in sql server 2005

    [strong]What is a real life application of service broker architecture in sql and how to use it?[/strong] [strong]Can anybody help me in understanding service broker with real life example?[/strong] Thanks in advance

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  • Site outage update

    for more information on the recent site outages please read this blog post Thanks Sean

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