Here’s a quick wrap up of the articles published on SQLServerCurry.com in the month of April 2011
SQL Server Administration Articles
SQL Server: Disable Table Constraints (all or some) - Constraints let you define a way to automatically enforce the integrity of a database. A table constraint is declared independently from a column and can be applied to more than one column in a table. Sometimes you may need to disable one or all table constraints, in order to import data, truncate tables etc.
Transfer Logins from SQL Server 2005 to SQL Server 2008 - When you want to move a database from one server to another, you can take a backup of the database and restore into the other server. However this will not transfers the logins from one SQL server to another, say SQL Server 2005 to SQL Server 2008.
SQL Server: Monitor Long SQL Agent Jobs - In SQL Server, there are various jobs running on the server, each solving a different purpose. Sometimes these jobs run for a long time. The best way to identify and monitor these long running jobs is to make use of a profiler.
Monitor Running Processes in SQL Server 2005/2008 - You often need to monitor the processes running on the server in order to improve the performance, by tuning them. A common option is to make use of a profiler. But in SQL Server versions starting 2005, we can also use dynamic management views.
SQL Server: Transfer Objects From One Schema to Another - This post describes how to transfer objects from one schema to another. A simple method is to make use of the ALTER Schema statement as shown below
SQL Server: First and Last Day of Year, Quarter, Month and Week - With so many questions floating around calculating the first and last day of a given duration in SQL Server, here’s a post that explains the technique of calculating the first and last day of a given duration
SQL Server: Increment an AlphaNumeric Number - Your columns may have a categorization scheme in the form of an alphanumeric number. and it may be needed to have a customized incremental value for this scheme. Consider that you want to have numbers in the series like ABC1, ABC2, ABC3 etc. In SQL Server, there can be many methods to do this.
XML Basics in SQL Server 2005 and 2008 - In this article, we will see how to write basic queries to insert, query and generate XML data in SQL Server 2005/2008. For this demonstration, I am using the ‘Northwind’ database.
SQL Server Management Objects 2008 (SMO) New Features - In this article we will practically explore some features of SQL Server Management Objects
SQL Server: String operations in XML document - SQL Server versions starting from 2005 and onwards supports storing and retrieving data as XML format. Using the XML datatype, you can do lot of things such as splitting string, string concatenation etc. In this post, we will see how we can use XML datatype to split strings
SQL Server: Search Similar String in a Table - There are may ways to look for similar strings in a SQL Server column. The most common method is to make use of LIKE operator. Let us see the different ways to look for similar string in a table.
SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) Articles
SQL Server: Designing Key Performance Indicator Report in SSRS 2008 - In this article, we will see how to display ‘Key Performance Indicators’ based on the different conditions in SQL Server Reports. For this demonstration we will use the ‘Northwind’ database
SQL Server: Designing Tablix Report in SSRS 2008 - In this article we will see how to design a Tablix (Table + Matrix) report in SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) 2008. For this demonstration, we will use the AdventureWorks sample database provided by Microsoft.
SQL Server: Designing Chart Report in SSRS 2008 - In this article, we will see how to design a Chart report in SQL Server Reporting Services 2008. For this demonstration we will use AdventureWorks sample database provided by Microsoft.
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