Jameel Ahmed

Jameel
Ahmed

Jameel Ahmed is a senior DBA and analyst at Canaccord Capital. He's worked with SQL Server since 1998 and earned MCDBA and MCAD certifications as well as a bachelor's degree in technology with specialization in database systems.

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Querying Active Directory Records 2
Three common methods for querying AD are using a linked server, using an SSIS ADO.NET connection manager, and using an SSIS Script component. But these three methods aren't equal. Learn how they work and why their results differ.
CLR Stored Procedure Finds Broken Objects 1
Stored procedures, user-defined functions, views, and triggers can fail to execute when the objects they reference have been changed. Here's a tool you can use to detect broken objects before they cause problems.
Have SQL Server Email You Error Messages Generated by Job Failures 23
When a SQL Server job fails, SQL Server Agent sends a notification but it doesn't include the error message generated by that job failure. Here's how you can have the error message emailed to you.

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