The title says it all, but let me expand on this a little bit. I have an assembly that I wanted to emulate in SQL server. The first, obvious choice is to use safe mode, which results in the following message: Msg 6212, Level 16, State 1, Line 2 CREATE ASSEMBLY failed because method ‘x’ […]
This blog post here on BI Developer Network contains a nice list on data conversion between SSIS and SQL server, something that gets my blood pressure going due to SSIS’s ‘check your metadata’ error message. Good cheat sheet that list the data types. SSIS Data Type SSIS Expression SQL Server single-byte signed integer (DT_I1) […]
I ran into some ‘Message 823’ issues on my development DB, and upon running DBCC CheckDB() I saw that my indexes were the ones throwing the errors. I got this handy cursor from SQL Server Performance, and decided to save it here for me, and for you, so that I don’t have to search for […]
I have quite a few friends living in Liberia. They have been posting about Ebola for two months now. Today a patient died in a hospital in Texas and the US is losing their shit. Mind you, in the meantime more than 2K people died in Liberia. Fox News, of course, is creating the hype […]
Meanwhile, at the database department, we’re butchering English like it’s our job: Anna Hadnagy: very replace Anna Hadnagy: much database Anna Hadnagy: so new? Matthew S.: sooo new, wow Matthew S.: very proceed to testing much Anna Hadnagy: rly Anna Hadnagy: wow. Anna Hadnagy: much thanks. Matthew S.: so welcome.
On the 11.08.2014 23:04 Atom wrote: > > So on one side there’s your fleet which is historically tougher than a $2 ribeye. > > On the other side there’s going to be a team of bug-eyed dildo mong ringpieces fighting with only poor English language skills, sharpened garden tools, and weaponised unicorn farts. > […]
@annahadnagy It really is the only way to “supervise” you. Give you a hammer and some gaff tape and leave you alone for a few hours. — Jason Noble (@lastashikabi) June 27, 2014
And I name a placeholder <div> Goat, and listen to the instructor say several times: “Anna, if you could click on goat…”