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January 2004 Blog Posts

SQL Server Reporting Services

I attended the SQL Server Reporting Services event yesterday in San Diego.  I hadn't downloaded the beta version of it, so this was my first look at the product.  I was impressed with it.  But now I have to get IIS and VS .NET installed in order to use it, which is going to be a pain since my MSDN subscription expired (it's being renewed but that'll take a couple of weeks). As a DBA, you are often asked to query production data because the application doesn't provide what is needed.  We plan on using Reporting Services to create a few...

posted @ Friday, January 30, 2004 10:36 AM | Feedback (7) | Filed Under [ SQL Server - Reporting Services ]

SQL Server Books Online January 2004 Update

MS updated SQL Server 2000 Books Online again: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=a6f79cb1-a420-445f-8a4b-bd77a7da194b&displaylang=en

posted @ Wednesday, January 21, 2004 12:13 PM | Feedback (2) | Filed Under [ SQL Server - General ]

MSDN Webcast: Microsoft Tools for .NET Performance Tuning

This webcast wouldn't benefit me (I'm a DBA), but... MSDN Webcast: Microsoft Tools for .NET Performance Tuning 1/28/200411:00AM-12:30PM Pacific Time, US & Canada (GMT-8)David McKinstry, Senior Consultant, BORN Applications are usually developed with specific performance and scalability requirements in mind. When the application is nearing completion, how do you verify that you've met these requirements? If you've missed, how do you measure and retune to meet these requirements? This Webcast will examine several Microsoft tools and show how they can be used to measure and tune .NET applications. You should plan on attending for demonstrations that will help you troubleshoot and tune performance...

posted @ Tuesday, January 20, 2004 4:06 PM | Feedback (0) | Filed Under [ MS Webcasts ]

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