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  • Raw file reader has been updated

    My raw file reader has now been updated, the following are the changes from the previous version Column headers can be included if more than one column is selected. Context menu to copy data from the grid Can read a package for raw files and will load each one of them Will remember the last 10 packages...
    Posted to Simons SQL Blog (Weblog) by simonsabin on Wed, Jan 17 2007
  • Task pad report

    Following feedback I have issued another version of the taskpad report. This now works with databases that have been created by users that have access to the sql server via a group membership You can download the report from http://sqlblogcasts.com/files/10/default.aspx - var height=90;var width=720;
    Posted to Simons SQL Blog (Weblog) by simonsabin on Thu, Jan 11 2007
  • Developer Day 4 Demo - Now available

    The demo files associated with are now available. Make sure you read the description first as it includes how to deploy the demo. http://sqlblogcasts.com/files/folders/servicebrokerdemos/entry1472.aspx - var height=90;var width=720;
    Posted to Simons SQL Blog (Weblog) by simonsabin on Tue, Dec 5 2006
  • Two Free MSDN Team Suite Subscriptions

    If you want to win one of two MSDN Team Suite Subscriptions worth in excess of £5,000 then its simple. Start contributing the SQL Blog sitte sqlblogcasts.com and you'll be in with a chance. Its free to join up and start blogging so whats stopping you. To learn more read Tony's blog. Free MSDN...
    Posted to Simons SQL Blog (Weblog) by simonsabin on Sun, Nov 12 2006
  • SQL Server 2005 Service Pack 2 CTP - Downloads

    If like be you're eager to try the new features in SP2. The following are the direct links for the CTP, What's New doc Upgrade Pkg x86 Upgrade Pkg x64 Upgrade Pkg ia64 Express (core) x86 Express Advanced x86 Express Toolkit x86 The full details will be on www.microsoft.com\sql soon Thanks to...
    Posted to Simons SQL Blog (Weblog) by simonsabin on Wed, Nov 8 2006
  • Do you think SSMS is slow?

    Well there are a few reasons for some slowness. One of them is when you display the details of a job. SSMS executes sp_helpjob which returns ALL jobs, even though your only displaying ONE. If you think this sucks then vote now to try and get this fixed. http://connect.microsoft.com/SQLServer/feedback...
    Posted to Simons SQL Blog (Weblog) by simonsabin on Mon, Sep 18 2006
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