Monthly Archives: July 2010

Greens are good – SSMS script feedback

It’s the little things in life that please me, and there have been a few things of late I have noticed or directed to which have left that warm fuzzy feeling. The latest is a nice little feature that appears … Continue reading

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Make your tabs more readable in SSMS

Just the other day I came across a post by Simon Sabin that highlighted some useful status bar and tab settings that have been introduced in SQL Server 2008. For me this is fantastic, since it removes one of my … Continue reading

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Stub out your bad practices when deploying object promotions

When a script is deployed in your production environment, how is it deployed? Are the scripts written to account for the object already existing and if so what actions are taken? But what if the object doesn’t exist, what then? … Continue reading

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