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November 2005 Blog Posts

Scripting Objects in SQL Server 2005

After working with SQL Server 2005 I've discovered that I can't script out one object per file and include both the DROP and CREATE in the same file.  Which is driving me absolutely crazy!  So I wrote a little utility and thought I'd share it.  If you'd like to see this functionality included in a future service pack you can vote for this feature through MSDN Feedback Center. This utility requires .NET 2.0 and the SQL Server 2005 client tools installed on the machine.  The application is deployed as a ClickOnce application.  It can be installed at: http://www.sqlteam.com/publish/scriptio/ (Location Updated) I haven't released the...

posted @ Tuesday, November 22, 2005 2:58 PM | Feedback (64) | Filed Under [ SQL Server Stuff Software Development Utilities ]

Stupid Spammers

And in this case it's stupid in terms of not smart instead of people I don't like. Although I still don't like them. Adding the CAPTCHA test to the comment page has greatly reduced the amount of spam the blogs receive. Now these morons are filling out the other form on my blog and posting spam that way. Unfortunately that's my "Contact Me" page. So instead of posting comment spam they're sending me an email. Morons.

posted @ Saturday, November 19, 2005 9:59 AM | Feedback (1) | Filed Under [ Site Related ]

Test

Test.  Yes, another infamous test post.

posted @ Friday, November 18, 2005 2:53 PM | Feedback (1) | Filed Under [ Site Related ]

Blog Errors (Updated)

The blogs are throwing errors when you try to view an individual post.  I'm working on it and I'll have more information once I figure out what's going on.  UPDATE:  I saved the web.config file to the web site.  That apparently caused the app to reset itself just enough to fix the problem.  I also change QUEUESTATS to false in .TEXT's web config.   I'm told that should prevent the problem in the future.  Thanks to Andrew Connell for both of those suggestions.

posted @ Monday, November 14, 2005 10:58 AM | Feedback (1) | Filed Under [ Site Related ]

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