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  • Your Database Administrator Is Your Best Friend

    Let's face it...as developers we're expected to know a lot of stuff about a lot of things: Database design, application design, numerous languages and constructs, testing, debugging, etc. I don't know about you guys, but my head can only hold so much information before an implosion is imminent. Do yourself...
    Posted to The [K]nightly Build by Jayson Knight on Sun, Mar 4 2007
    Filed under: Technology and Internet, Opinions, SQL Server, Programming Paradigms
  • XSD To Relational Database Model Converter -- XSD2DB

    A requirement in a small project I've been working on recently came up for mapping an XSD directly to an RDBMS schema on the fly (i.e. an incoming XML schema needs to be generated into an RDBMS schema structure at runtime...I won't get into specifics as to why), so I started searching for a way to to...
    Posted to The [K]nightly Build by Jayson Knight on Sun, Jan 21 2007
    Filed under: Technology and Internet, Tools and Resources, Links and News, SQL Server
  • Yet Another SQL Server Management Studio Gripe

    I simply cannot believe all the issues I’m finding in SQL Server Management Studio (for other gripes see my SQL Server 2005 category ). The newest one is just plain dumb IMO (unless I’m doing something wrong). Recently I needed to implement a quick and dirty trigger for a test on one of my...
    Posted to The [K]nightly Build by Jayson Knight on Fri, May 5 2006
    Filed under: Irks, SQL Server
  • More SQL Server 2005 Management Studio Woes

    I posted earlier about some SQL Server 2005 Management Studio (SSMS) gripes I've come across; I recently came across another really big one that I really feel the need to air out: It's next to impossible to export an entire database to a new database on the same machine via the SSMS GUI. Sure, the option...
    Posted to The [K]nightly Build by Jayson Knight on Mon, Feb 13 2006
    Filed under: Tools and Resources, SQL Server
  • Free Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Training

    Huge ups to Mark for sending me an email linking to a ton of free SQL Server 2005 online training from Microsoft (though unfortunately it looks like the “virtual labs” part of the training won’t be available until early February of next year). I usually just go out and buy a ton of...
    Posted to The [K]nightly Build by Jayson Knight on Mon, Dec 19 2005
    Filed under: Tools and Resources, SQL Server
  • Looking for Some Definitive SQLCMD.EXE Resources

    Does anyone know of a good hard core SQLCMD (not the ADO.Net object, the OSQL replacement that ships with SQL Server 2005) reference? The SQL Books Online documentation for this new tool is terrible, and Google isn’t turning up much more than basic primers. I’m looking for a hard core top...
    Posted to The [K]nightly Build by Jayson Knight on Tue, Nov 29 2005
    Filed under: SQL Server
  • SQL 2005 Management Studio is Pathetic

    Forget everything I said earlier about SQL Server 2005 Management Studio (herein referred to as MS from now on); it’s slow, bloated, and just all around pathetic. It seemed great at first, but after having done some heavy lifting with it lately it just seems…well, geared for idiots. It’s...
    Posted to The [K]nightly Build by Jayson Knight on Wed, Nov 23 2005
    Filed under: Visual Studio, SQL Server
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