Omri Bahat

Omri
Bahat

Omri Bahat is a director at SQL Farms in Alexandria, Virginia. Specializing in large database environments, he served as the lead database architect at Symantec and has a doctorate in electrical and computer engineering.

Articles
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Plugging the Gaps in SQL Server Job Tracking 7
Find missing SQL Server jobs and scheduling conflicts by using two scripts that supplement SQL Server Agent job tracking.
Moving Tables Between Filegroups: A Better Way 18
Eliminate the tedium and inefficiency from moving tables and indexed views in SQL Server 2005 and SQL Server 2000 with this handy script.
Kick a User Out of a Database in Just 2 Steps 4
By gathering information from sysprocesses and running KickUserOut.sql, you can terminate processes that are impeding a server's performance.
Decrypt SQL Server Objects 5
Developers and software vendors use the WITH ENCRYPTION clause to obscure the underlying schema of their products. However, advanced users can still access the code. Here’s a simple do-it-yourself T-SQL algorithm that unlocks encrypted database objects.
A Brief Background on Encoding and Encryption
Differences between encoding and encryption mean that decoding objects that were created WITH ENCRYPTION can be relatively straightforward.
A Dependency Checker You Can Depend On 5
Discover why SQL Server's built-in dependency tracking functionality doesn't work well and how the dependency checker avoids the same problems.
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