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Tips from the SQL Server MVPs, September 2001 4
The SQL Server MVPs offer tips about detecting connection blocks, using sp_depends versus Enterprise Manager Display Depandencies windows, using SQL Server to manage resultset paging, and more.
Tips from the SQL Server MVPs - 10 Jun 2001
The SQL Server MVPs offer tips about using Document Object Model (DOM) from T-SQL in SQL Server 2000 to open an XML file, having a unique index that allows multiple NULL values, using subqueries in CHECK constraints, and more!
Tips from the SQL Server MVPs - 10 May 2001
The SQL Server MVPs offer tips about configuring merge replication, copying permissions between user roles and database roles, and more!
Tips from the SQL Server MVPs - 02 Mar 2001 7
The SQL Server MVPs answer questions about replication settings, paging the results of a SQL Server query from within SQL Server, and getting effective permissions of a current user.
Tips from the SQL Server MVPs - 02 Feb 2001
The SQL Server MVPs offer tips about configuring merge replication, configuring a mail profile for SQL Server, and more!
Tips from the SQL Server MVPs - 03 Jan 2001 3
Microsoft’s MVPs answer readers’ questions about new SQL 2000 features, stored procedures, and more.
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