• Ken O' Bonn

    Create Event Log Sources using PowerShell

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    Web applications, Windows services, and other applications frequently need to write to an event log on the server. In many cases, it is beneficial to create new event log sources or even new event logs. This allows easier searching for events. Another...
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    Implementing "Most Recently Used" (MRU) in web sites

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    Internet Explorer 9 (IE 9) introduced the ability to "Pin" a web site to the taskbar. With just a few images, meta tags, JavaScript, and JQuery, web content developers can implement the equivalent of a "Most Recently Used" (MRU) list of pages to their...
  • Ken O' Bonn

    Code Snippets in SQL Server 2012 For Greater Team Productivity

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    Included in this article: What are snippets? Overview Configuration How to use snippets How to create snippets Example Snippet - Find tables using Sequences WHAT ARE SNIPPETS? SQL Server Code Snippets are what they sound...
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    SQL Server 2012 Sequences in VSTS projects

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    This post is intended to be a quick reference for creating and using Sequences in SQL Server 2012, as authored in a Visual Studio 2010 project. It's really pretty simple, but there are a few things to do to make it work properly. While this article discusses...
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    HOW TO: Link directly to TSWA (2008 or 2010 Beta1) work items or queries

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    To link directly to work items or to run queries in TSWA (Team System Web Access, a component of Team Foundation Server), the following links may provide quick shortcuts. This information is relevant to TSWA 2008 and TFS/TSWA 2010 Beta 1. As 2010 is in...
  • Ken O' Bonn

    My first MSDN article

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    I just published an article entitled "Testing SQL-XML Output by Using XQuery". I will likely add a few extra notes to the tutorial in my blog site. Please see my article at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd637842.aspx
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    PIVOT on two or more fields in SQL Server

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    The PIVOT function in SQL Server is not used very often in projects I work on, but can be extremely useful for specific kinds of pages, especially when consumed in ASP.NET using GridView objects. Some people struggle with PIVOT on one field, the online...
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