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Ahhh… Reporting

Posted January 27, 2004

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SQL Server 2000 Reporting Services (SQL RS) is now available. I just watched the Web Cast for the official launch. I have been experimenting with SQL... more »
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Fun with Dates

Posted January 27, 2004

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How many times have you been told that a user group meeting (or any regularly scheduled meeting, for that matter) would take place on the Nth weekday of each... more »
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Fun with Dates

Posted January 27, 2004

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How many times have you been told that a user group meeting (or any regularly scheduled meeting, for that matter) would take place on the Nth weekday of each... more »
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Data Driven Security

Posted January 25, 2004

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I have worked on a number of systems where security setting were defined in the data itself. Bit flags were used to determine if a Role did or did not have a... more »
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Data Driven Security

Posted January 25, 2004

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I have worked on a number of systems where security setting were defined in the data itself. Bit flags were used to determine if a Role did or did not have a... more »
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Yukon Coverage in MSDN Magazine

Posted January 24, 2004

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February’s issue (2004, of course) has a slew of SQL Server “Yukon” topics, including one by yours truly about creating User-Defined... more »
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Yukon Coverage in MSDN Magazine

Posted January 24, 2004

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February’s issue (2004, of course) has a slew of SQL Server “Yukon” topics, including one by yours truly about creating User-Defined... more »
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Inauguration of sqlblog.com

Posted January 24, 2004

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Well, I will keep this entry short as I have to run out get pick up Chick-fil-A for my wife. Our son decided not to go down for his morning nap without a fight... more »
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Inauguration of sqlblog.com

Posted January 24, 2004

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Well, I will keep this entry short as I have to run out get pick up Chick-fil-A for my wife. Our son decided not to go down for his morning nap without a fight... more »
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