dbForge Studio for SQL Server is a powerful IDE for managing, administrating, configuring, developing various components of SQL Server. The tool incorporates various graphical utilities and script editors allowing developers and administrators to access and manage SQL Server. You can download the latest version of dbForge Studio for SQL Server from the Devart website.
Over the years, every time I have worked with Date and time data types, I have learnt something new. There are always tons of tight corners where a number of exceptions happen. Though these are known, for someone who is new, this would take them by surprise and your design decisions can have a larger impact on the output that you are likely to get. These can cause a considerable business impact and compliance if we get stuff wrong. Let us see a puzzle about Date Data Types.
I need to admit that Microsoft has been investing big time on the Azure platform and the adoption has been great amongst customers. In the recent past, though I have made several performance tuning activities with customers on SQL Server – many have come back to me asking for consulting into migration into Azure. A lot of conversations have been around lift-and-shift application deployments on an Azure VM (Virtual Machine).
While I was online on Skype last night, one of my old customers pinged me and wanted to know my opinion of a special issue which he was facing when Encrypted Column Show NULL on Subscriber.
I am a big supporter of working on something that I get used. This is a trend I see that most of us are used to. When was the last time you switched loyalty from one phone to another? I know most of us have multiple devices that we use, but rarely that I have seen switch from an Android to iPhone to Windows to other devices. These are second to human nature. In the past 3+ years, I have been a big-time user from using Android phones. The model that I pick up depends on the price, hardware specification, specific features of my like and more. Let us learn about Oracle to SQL migration.
A complete and precise documentation serves a good basis for developers and DBAs during their onboarding to get a general picture of the database they start working with. Creating such a documentation manually takes a lot of time and effort. So you seat for hours and hours digging through the database structure figuring out its functionality, data types stored therein, building relationship diagrams, etc. Moreover, every time changes are introduced to the database, you have to get back to it update the documentation by hand. This definitely feels like a burden and you keep delaying it until the last minute.