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  • Blog Post: Plan for Diagnostics in Cloud Computing From the Git-Go

    “Git-Go” is something we say in the South that means “right at the start”. I’ve seen several applications for on-premise systems that don’t have much in the way of diagnostics - the developers rely on a debugger, the event logs on the server and client workstation, and most of all, the ability to watch...
  • Blog Post: SQL Server PowerShell Provider And PowerShell Version 2 Get-Command Issue

    The other day I blogged that the version of the SQL Server PowerShell provider (sqlps) follows the version of PowerShell. That’s all goodness, but it has appeared to cause an issue for PowerShell 2.0. the Get-Command PowerShell command-let returns an error ( Object reference not set to an instance of...
  • Blog Post: Plan and Prepare or Just Do It? How about Both!

    I'm kind of a type "A" person. OK, I'm a VERY type "A" person. I even cook by setting things up ahead of time. I'm definitely more in the "Plan and Prepare" camp than the "Just Do It" camp. But I do realize that there are times when you just can't stop and prepare. Sure, it would be great to know...
  • Blog Post: R2 Installation - Firewall Error Message

    Well, I started my evaluation yesterday on SQL Server 2008 R2. The install went pretty smoothly on my Virtual Machine, with one minor irritation. I thoughtI would post it here in case you run into it. As I started the process, the Installation Validation step found one issue. When I clicked on that...
  • Blog Post: Gee, there don't appear to be as many error codes in 2K5 BOL as there are in 2K BOL...

    You’re right – we don’t document as many error codes in 2K5 as we did in 2K. Some don’t apply; others aren’t encountered as often. In fact, we didn’t document all of the 2K errors either, we just had more of them because there was so much time between releases from 2K to 2K5. We do add new error conditions...
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