SQL Servers and databases are probably the most critical IT parts of an enterprise. The most important and confidential data are stored there and even a potential issue with that data can be business critical. In situations where significant preventive/protective actions are applied, such measures will not be of any help in determining the cause of an incident when it occurs. For that purpose, establishing the SQL Server continuous auditing and especially being informed, timely of security configuration changes have been of the utmost importance. Let us learn about Security Auditing.
In a perfect scenario, no unexpected and unplanned changes occur. There are no unpleasant surprises, no inadvertent changes. However, even with all precautions and testing, there is sometimes a need to revert a structure or data change. Let us learn about How to Roll Back SQL Server Database Changes.
This article shows how to use ApexSQL Refactor,a free SQL code formatting and refactoring tool. You can download ApexSQL Refactor, and explore it through the article.