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  • Blog Post: INF: Automatic Identity Range Management with Merge Replication in Microsoft SQL Server 2005 / 2008

    I have been working with SQL Server Replication for over 4 years now; and till now each case that I work on gives me something new to learn. At the same time, every case amazes me by the intricate design that has gone into implementation of SQL Server Replication. With the wonderful GUI design, replication...
  • Blog Post: Is NFR set?

    Hi Friends, After a long break of about 8 months, I am back again!! Many things changed recently, and I was quite busy adopting to the changes – the most challenging was, of course, adopting myself to new parenthood. However, I am back again, with some new topics – topics that I have learnt or experienced...
  • Blog Post: Revealing the secrets - Truncating a Transaction Log File

    In my earlier blog post on Shrinking the Transaction Log files in SQL Server , I had mentioned that a VLF can be truncated only when all transactions, that have at least one command written into the specified VLF have either been committed or rolled back. While this is true, I understand that it might...
  • Blog Post: Database Corruption Part 1 :: Introduction to Database Corruption in SQL Server

    Hello Everybody, I think you will all agree with me that database corruption is one of the nightmares in the life of a DBA. We store precious data in databases and each day the dataset grows bigger and bigger. A database corruption issue not only puts the data at risk, it also threatens to take a toll...
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