Monthly Archives: December 2015

  1. Do you check for TRUSTWORTHY databases as part of your security audits?

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    December 30, 2015 by Kenneth Fisher

    I ran a twitter poll the other day Do you check for databases with trustworthy turned on when you do …
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  2. What does that N in nvarchar really mean?

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    December 28, 2015 by Kenneth Fisher

    In any study of Data Types in SQL Server you are going to have to look at the various string …
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  3. ‘Twas 4:45 Friday

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    December 23, 2015 by Kenneth Fisher

    I couldn’t think of anything really fun to post for Christmas Eve-Eve and I’ve been busy buying and wrapping presents …
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  4. What is the current database context?

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    December 21, 2015 by Kenneth Fisher

    Every now and again it can be very helpful to know what the current database context is when you are …
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  5. Scripting out multiple scripts from the Object Explorer Details window.

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    December 16, 2015 by Kenneth Fisher

    A few weeks ago I was reading a blog post by Andrea Allred (b/t) and was just amazed by what …
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  6. Can we get a license for DDL Triggers?

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    December 14, 2015 by Kenneth Fisher

    There are several types of triggers. Logon triggers – Fired when someone tries to connect to the instance. DML triggers …
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  7. Using unique constraints

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    December 10, 2015 by Kenneth Fisher

    I ran into an interesting problem the other day. Given the title of the post, obviously a unique constraint was …
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  8. Apathy – A quick path to the naughty list.

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    December 8, 2015 by Kenneth Fisher

    It’s the Christmas season! And it’s T-SQL Tuesday! And Bradley Ball (b/t), SQL’s very own superhero (one of many really …
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  9. DBA Myths: Database file extentions

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    December 2, 2015 by Kenneth Fisher

    Every now and again I hear or read that the only file extensions for a SQL Server database are mdf, …
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