Tag Archives: Microsoft SQL Server

  1. I’m moving my permissions scripts to GitHub

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    May 30, 2019 by Kenneth Fisher

    I’ve written very few things that I’m more proud of than my permissions scripts, sp_SrvPermissions and sp_DBPermissions. These scripts are …
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  2. What is a distributed transaction?

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    May 28, 2019 by Kenneth Fisher

    A while back I did a post defining a transaction. Basically, a transaction is a unit of work. The example …
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  3. Using VALUES to construct an in-line table.

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    May 22, 2019 by Kenneth Fisher

    This has come up a few times recently, I find it rather fascinating and I can never seem to remember …
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  4. Bad Idea Cowboy Hat: Using a foreign key to prevent updates

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    May 20, 2019 by Kenneth Fisher

    When I decided to rip off of Brent Ozar’s (b/t) Bad Idea Jeans series (yes I asked) I decided that …
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  5. Security Learning Pathway at PASS Summit.

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    May 17, 2019 by Kenneth Fisher

    This year PASS is trying something new at PASS Summit. There are going to be Learning Pathways. A learning pathway …
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  6. How was it done back in the day? T-SQL Tuesday #114

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    May 14, 2019 by Kenneth Fisher

    It’s TSQL Tuesday and Matthew McGiffen (b/t) is our host with a subject near and dear to my heart. Puzzles! …
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  7. Why am I getting an NT AUTHORITY\ANONYMOUS error when creating or altering a stored procedure?

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    May 8, 2019 by Kenneth Fisher

    If you have to deal with linked servers then you probably have or will run into the following error: Login …
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  8. db_owner in msdb == sysadmin

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    May 6, 2019 by Kenneth Fisher

    This doesn’t require much in the way discussion. This isn’t exactly a huge issue since I don’t think granting db_owner …
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  9. SQL Homework – May 2019 – SQLCMD and the DAC

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    May 1, 2019 by Kenneth Fisher

    Yes, it’s that time again. Time to do your homework. This month your homework is to set up the DAC …
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  10. Yes, pulling just the data you need is really important.

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    April 24, 2019 by Kenneth Fisher

    I was asked the other day why a customer was having performance issues on a table. A simple SELECT that …
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