Gennadiy Chornenkyy

Gennadiy
Chornenkyy

Gennadiy Chornenkyy is an application architect for ADP Canada. He is an MCITP (SQL Server 2008/2005 DBA and SQL Server 2005 Developer), MCDBA, and MCAD with interests in business processes automation and optimization and business intelligence.

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Reporting on Non-Existent Data 1
Writing queries that report on data that doesn't exist is tricky. Here's how you can avoid some of the problems that can occur.
Call a Windows Form from an SSIS Package 1
Easily change input parameters for SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) packages at execution time, by using this handy technique that calls a Windows Form from an SSIS 2005 package.

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Mar 14, 2015
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For Data Quality, Intelligent Rules Add Value to the Golden Record 4

The quest for the Golden Record to achieve a single, accurate and complete version of a customer record is worth the pursuit to attain survivorship. Record matching and consolidation are only the beginning. Melissa Data takes a new approach. Learn how to apply intelligent rules based on reference data to make smarter and better decisions for data cleansing....More
Mar 12, 2015
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AlwaysOn Availability Groups and SQL Server Jobs, Part 20: Avoiding Backup Fragmentation

On SQL Servers where Availability Groups (or Mirroring) isn’t in play, I typically recommend keeping a combination of on-box backups along with copying said backups off-box as well. Obviously, keeping databases AND backups on the SAME server is the metaphorical equivalent of putting all of your eggs in one basket – and therefore something you should avoid like the plague....More
Mar 6, 2015
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AlwaysOn Availability Groups and SQL Server Jobs, Part 19: Availability Group Database Backups

One of the biggest strengths of AlwaysOn Availability Groups is that they allow DBAs to address both high availability and disaster recovery concerns from a single set of tooling or interfaces. But, this doesn’t mean that you won’t still need backups....More
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