Hi. I have a .NET web site using Endeca, that references a three-level externally managed dimension. An example of this dimension is: Level 1: Dairy free, meat free, gluten free Level 2: Meat free Level 3: Tofu Level 2: Dairy free … However, because there are no results for Meat free or Tofu, these are […]
The query within this post returns the top 20 most used query plans that are cached by SQL Server for faster query execution.
I was on a training course at the end of September, and came across a way to execute a simple stored procedure as part of a select statement using an Inline Table Valued Function.
You (like me) have probably tried to run the following statement expecting to get results from a stored procedure:
Earlier today, one of the database servers that I manage wasn’t responding. This turned out to be due to a Windows Update that caused the server to restart, but the server didn’t come back properly. We restarted the server again and it seemed OK. Because this happened in the middle of an Endeca “Baseline Update”, […]
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Yesterday I was trying to split an image into 9 separate parts using Microsoft Word 2010, so I could print them out, and when put together would be about the same size as an A2 piece of paper. But I just could not work it out!!! In Word 2007, the settings were straight forward. Just […]
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The script within this post returns a list of all tables (along with the schema name), and indexes (where they exist), and the name of the associated file group.
This will useful to find out which objects have been assigned to the wrong file group.
I have a database with over 10 file groups, and wanted to find out why there was over 50Gb of data in the PRIMARY file group, even though there were only a couple of tables in that group. When I ran this script, I discovered there were some indexes that had been incorrectly created in the PRIMARY group!!!
I needed to find out which columns within all tables in the database, contained a specific string of text. I therefore wrote a script to do exactly that 🙂
If you need to transfer the logins and passwords from one server or instance to another server or instance, please refer to this very useful article from Microsoft: How to transfer the logins and the passwords between instances of SQL Server 2005 and SQL Server 2008
If you want to be able to specify the sort criteria for the results returned from a stored procedure, based on a provided parameter, you might want to try using the “QUOTENAME” function.
The Transact-SQL script in this post returns a list of tables and a count of the number of records within each table.