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March 12, 2014  5:00 PM

Learn Before You Plan



Posted by: Denny Cherry
Data Normalization, Database Administration, Database Design, Query tuning, SQL, SQL Server, SQL Server stored procedures, T/SQL, Tables

Walking into a new shop every couple of weeks has its challenges. What sort of problems are they going to throw at me. Recently I had the...

May 15, 2013  2:00 PM

Error Handeling and DBCC CHECKDB



Posted by: Denny Cherry
Database Administration, Error Message, ERRORLOG, SQL Server, SQL Server stored procedures, Stored Procedures

A client that I've been working at for a while needed to start doing DBCC CHECKDBs on their production server.  We hadn't been for a little...


October 10, 2012  9:00 AM

Encrypting data in the same column



Posted by: Denny Cherry
Data Encryption, Data Loss, Data Security, Data Types, Database, Database Administration, Database Design, Database security, Encryption, Identity theft, Security, SQL, SQL Server, SQL Server stored procedures, Stored Procedures, T/SQL, Tables

I wrote a little while ago about the fact that sensitive data needs to be encrypted within the database for all applications.  This is the first technique that is available to you to encrypt data...


July 10, 2008  11:00 AM

My Experience with putting a CRL Procedure into SQL



Posted by: Denny Cherry
C#, CREATE ASSEMBLY, CREATE PROCEDURE, Encryption, Microsoft.SqlServer.Server, SQL CLR Procedure, SQL Server 2005, SQL Server stored procedures, T/SQL

A little while ago I came upon a situation where I needed to put a CRL procedure into SQL Server 2005.  Now I've been using SQL Server 2005 since the day it went RTM, and this is the first occasion that I've needed to put a CLR procedure into SQL.  Could I have done what I needed to without a CRL...


April 10, 2008  8:00 PM

Back To Basics: Stored Procedures, the work horse of the database



Posted by: Denny Cherry
Back To Basics, SQL, SQL Server stored procedures

Stored procedures are extremely useful objects.  Not only do they store T/SQL scripts for later execution, but they also provide us with an extremely important security barrier between the user interface and the database.  The security barrier is used to prevent the users from needing SELECT,...


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