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1. Wondering how to delete all tables in SQL Server database? Rechil, Mr. Denny and Robert2010 give some pointers.
2. Mr. Denny and Robert2010 teamed up again to offer guidance to a user wondering how to add an article in transactional replication in SQL Server 2005.
3. Mr. Denny can always be counted on to help out with a SQL Server dilemma. Like this one: Terminate SQL exception if it is running more than a specified time.
4. Mr. Denny assures us that it is safe to delete SQL Server transaction logs.
5. TomLiotta and CharlieBrowne try to figure out a member’s struggles with AS/400 physical file triggers.
7. Thanks to BruceWayne, Chippy088 and Brooklynegg for helping out a member trying to update data to a third party without jeopardizing Lotus Notes security.
8. Boykie and TomLiotta gave it their best shot trying to help figure out why AS/400 SFTP causes one position shift of data in send file.
10. Rechil suggests a solution for recording failed login attempts in the security log for Windows XP SP3, while Carlosdl cautions against arbitrary auditing.