SQL SERVER – 2008 – Interview Questions and Answers – Part 1

Click here to get free chapters (PDF) in the mailbox SQL SERVER – 2008 – Interview Questions and Answers Complete List Download 1) General Questions of SQL SERVER What is RDBMS? Relational Data Base Management Systems (RDBMS) are database management systems that maintain data records and indices in tables. Relationships…
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SQL SERVER – Cursor to Kill All Process in Database SQL SERVER – Find Stored Procedure Related to Table in Database – Search in All Stored procedure SQL SERVER – Shrinking Truncate Log File – Log Full SQL SERVER – Simple Example of Cursor SQL SERVER – UDF – Function…
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SQL SERVER – 2005 – Create Script to Copy Database Schema and All The Objects – Stored Procedure, Functions, Triggers, Tables, Views, Constraints and All Other Database Objects

Update: This article is re-written with SQL Server 2008 R2 instance over here: SQL SERVER – 2008 – 2008 R2 – Create Script to Copy Database Schema and All The Objects – Data, Schema, Stored Procedure, Functions, Triggers, Tables, Views, Constraints and All Other Database Objects Following quick tutorial demonstrates…
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SQL SERVER – 2005 – Server and Database Level DDL Triggers Examples and Explanation

I was asked following questions when discussing security issues in meeting with off-shore team of large database consultancy company few days ago. I will only discuss one of the security issue was discussed accidental data modification by developers and DBAs themselves. Let’s learn about Server and Database Level DDL Triggers Examples and Explanation here.

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SQL SERVER – Stored Procedure to display code (text) of Stored Procedure, Trigger, View or Object

This is another popular question I receive. How to see text/content/code of Stored Procedure. System stored procedure that prints the text of a rule, a default, or an unencrypted stored procedure, user-defined function, trigger, or view. Syntax sp_helptext @objname = 'name' sp_helptext [ @objname = ] 'name' [ , […
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