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Comparative Review: Sizing Up Data Modeling Software Commented on: 3 years ago (March 11, 2011) Thank you so much for letting us know that about the missing link to Table 1. We've updated the article, and you should now be able to access Table 1.

Thanks again!

Megan...
Considering SQL Azure Commented on: 3 years ago (August 6, 2010) Thanks so much for all of your feedback. This article was originally published in our January 2010 issue, which may account for the feature discrepancies that you've noted. At the time, SQL Azure was...
SQL Server Backup and Recovery Software Commented on: 3 years ago (May 25, 2010) Thanks for letting us know about this free tool, Alex! I will add it to the Mega Guide to Free Tools backup and recovery product list.

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DBCC CHECKDB for Very Large Databases Commented on: 4 years ago (January 29, 2010) Hi Robbert, I passed your question on to David Paul Giroux; his response is below: "You are correct, running DBCC CHECKALLOC, CHECKTABLE, and/or CHECKCATALOG will not update the Value for the Field...
Use T-SQL to Back Up and Restore SQL Server User Databases Commented on: 4 years ago (November 18, 2009) Hi taersious! I passed your question on to the article's author, Eli Leiba, who said "No, the restore will fail since its on the same server and therefore the 2000 and 2005 files reside on different...
Inline Scalar Functions Commented on: 4 years ago (September 1, 2009) "Hi Brian, The function is invoked separately for each row of the table you are querying. As for telling how many times the function was invoked, this can be achieved with a simple trace. Capture...
How to Upgrade to SQL Server 2008 from SQL Server 2000 Commented on: 4 years ago (August 31, 2009) Hi focasio! I passed your question on to the article's author, Orin Thomas, to see if he knew if the 2008 installer leaves behind the SQL Server 2000 tools. Orin says "No, the tools appear to have...
Create Pivoted Tables in 3 Steps Commented on: 4 years ago (July 6, 2009) Hi pzhu1968, Thanks so much for letting us know that the Download the Code link wasn't working. The Download the Code link has been fixed. Thanks again! Megan Keller Associate Editor, SQL Server...
YourSQLDba Commented on: 4 years ago (July 6, 2009) Thanks for letting us know about the broken download link. The article has been updated with the new link, which you'll find in the summary box under How to Get It. You can find out more...
Build the Numbers Table You Need Commented on: 4 years ago (June 29, 2009) Hi JC, In response to your comment, Frank Solomon has provided a SQL Server 2000-compatible version of the code presented in this article. To access this code, click the 100531.zip link at the top...
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