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SQL SERVER – 2005 Security DataSheet

Microsoft has implemented strong security features into the Microsoft® SQL Server™ 2005, which provides a security-enabled platform for enterprise-class relational database and analysis solutions. SQL Server 2005 provides cutting edge security technology and addresses several security issues, including automatic secured updates and encryption of sensitive data. Download the SQL Server…
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SQL SERVER – Restrictions of Views – T SQL View Limitations

UPDATE: (5/15/2007) Thank you Ben Taylor for correcting errors and incorrect information from this post. He is Database Architect and writes Database Articles at www.sswug.org.

I have been coding as T-SQL for many years. I never have to use view ever in my career. I do not see in my near future I am using Views. I am able to achieve same database architecture goal using either using Third Normal tables, Replications or other database design work around.SQL Views have many many restrictions. There are few listed below. I love T-SQL but I do not like using Views.

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SQL SERVER – Good, Better and Best Programming Techniques

A week ago, I was invited to meeting of programmers. Subject of meeting was “Good, Better and Best Programming Techniques”. I had made small note before I went to meeting, so if I have to talk about or discuss SQL Server it can come handy. Well, I did not get…
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