I found this great little MS KB article today. It's got all the SQL Server 2005 post SP2 host fixes including bug numbers and descriptions of the bug. The MS KB article ID is 937137.
The engineers from Microsoft PSS has posted some excellent information on thier blog about SQL Server 2008's Resource...
There are two camps when it comes to SQL CLR. The DBA camp, which says don't use it, it'll kill your SQL Server and the Developer camp which says that it will save you loads of time and that you should use it for everything. These two different camps also represent the different messages which...
This will by the last blog entry for the year (this being new years eve and all).
I hope that everyone has a happy new year and that no one needs to have to work tonight.
Don't forget to spend tonight with family and friends, and not your computer working.
The most common way for people to insert invalid data or cause damage to your database is through what is called a SQL Injection Attack. This is when malicious code is placed within the responses which are expected and that code is not caught and it instead executed. Depending on what level of...
The Microsoft Code camp is coming upon us shortly. I've submitted three sessions (so far) to the organizers of the code camp. They've told me that odds are I'll be able to do all three sessions. I've tagged all my sessions with