Solomon Rutzky posted some thoughts on the new “Feature Restrictions” in SQL Server 2019, which some have said might help with SQL Injection. He writes up a lot of details about what Feature Restrictions were intended to
We ran into an issue recently with a large number of SQL Login failures triggering an alert for our sysadmins. This was in one of our Azure SQL databases so the usual tools to troubleshoot alerts don’t
The other day in the SQL Community Slack channels, we started chatting about general usage of Slack – which channels saw the most activity, what topics were discussed, and so on. One thing led to another and
Garry Bargsley ( b | t ) asks us this month what does “Automate all the things” mean to you. After all, if we have to do something over and over, it only makes sense to automate
Recently, Kevin Hill (b | t ) posted on getting package errors from the SSIS catalog in a single query as opposed to clicking through the SSIS Reports and digging through pages. I took that and ran
Buck Woody shares a much abbreviated video of his speaking workshop to help others become a better speaker and present more effective sessions. Well, not the *whole* workshop. That’s a full-day long, with individualized attention and exercises.
One of the challenges I’ve run into regularly throughout my years trying to convert data from one system to another is that we have a set of old data, often with its own key values. That data
I’ve worked with my share of Triggers over the years. Most of the time, they were relatively simple affairs – do a simple update to a date if a row changed or track some basic audits somewhere.
I recently needed to generate a quick and dirty app for data entry into a normalized database. I’ve done this sort of thing in Access before so started to play with it a little. After getting one
This TSQL Tuesday comes to us from Riley Major (b | t), He asks us in what ways we can give back to the SQL Community. He suggests blogging, speaking, answering questions, mentoring, or if we have