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  • Blog Post: SQLCAT.Com - eBook Downloads

    As of September 1, 2013 we decided to remove SQLCAT.COM site and use MSDN as the primary vehicle to post new SQL Server content. This was done to minimize reader confusion and to streamline content publication. MSDN SQLCAT blogs already includes most SQLCAT.COM Content and will continue to be updated...
  • Blog Post: SQLCAT.com consolidated index of Whitepapers

    In an effort to migrate as much content as possible from SQLCAT.com to the MSDN SQL CAT site we have consolidated all of the Whitepapers published over the last few years. While all of the content actually exists on Technet and MSDN download sites, SQLCAT was a great resource to start looking. Hopefully...
  • Blog Post: 32- and 64-Bit Connectivity from the Same Machine

    Author: Chuck Heinzelman Reviewers: Steve Howard, Carl Rabeler, Shaun Tinline-Jones, Mike Weiner, Murshed Zaman I was recently involved in a customer lab testing the Microsoft Business Intelligence stack. I noticed an interesting behavior when working on one of my test servers. Here’s...
  • Blog Post: Assigning surrogate keys to early arriving facts using Integration Services

    In data warehouses, it is quite common that fact records arrive with a source system key that has not yet been loaded in the dimension tables. This phenomena is known as “late arriving dimensions” or “early arriving facts” in Kimball terminology. When you see a fact record that cannot be resolved...
  • Blog Post: Ultimate guide to upgrading to SQL Server 2008

    For the ultimate guide to upgrading to SQL Server 2008, please refer to the SQL Server 2008 Upgrade Technical Reference Guide . A successful upgrade to SQL Server 2008 should be smooth and trouble-free. To achieve that smooth transition, you must devote plan sufficiently for the upgrade, and match...
  • Blog Post: SSIS 2008 - world record ETL performance

    Using SQL Server 2008 and SSIS 2008 the SQL Server Performance team working with Unisys and SQL CAT have shown SSIS scaling to world record performance! We loaded 1.18 TB in under 30 minutes . You can find more information here: http://blogs.msdn.com/sqlperf/archive/2008/02/27/etl-world-record...
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