Monthly Archives: November 2012

The Power of Custom Assemblies in Analysis Services

I have just submitted my second session (first non-Domestic and first non-Danish) based on the work in this blog post. I have done this presentation once before at the 7th MsBIP User Group meeting in Copenhagen, and have some ideas … Continue reading

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SQL Server Quick Tip 6 – 10

Do not add flexible database roles as members of fixed roles. This could enable unintended privilege escalation. #SQLTip #SQLServer #SQL2012 — Jens Vestergaard (@vestergaardj) november 10, 2012   A SQL Server backup cannot be restored by a version of SQL … Continue reading

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SQL Server Quick Tip 1 – 5

Here’s my first five SQL Server Quick Tips: Shrink database or shrink file operations CANNOT be run during a database or transaction log backup #sqltip #sqlserver #sql2012 — Jens Vestergaard (@vestergaardj) november 2, 2012   To edit an alert,you need … Continue reading

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SQL Server Daily Digest @ Paper.li

Couldn’t sleep, so I put together a collection of the most common subjects I read about on various social media. Not sure where this will go, but here’s a try Find it at http://paper.li/vestergaardj/1351993998

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