Category Archives: sql

ROLLBACK damn you!

A good question was asked on #SQLHELP the other day regarding the use of XACT_ABORT ON - “If you don’t have a BEGIN TRAN COMMIT TRAN in a stored procedure, will SET XACT_ABORT ON do anything?”. My immediate reply to this … Continue reading

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Twelve is a Magic Number

A massive congratulations to the SQLBits team for announcing what will become the 12th iteration of the UKs finest and largest SQL Server conference. Putting on events at this scale by such a small core team demands huge respect and … Continue reading

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Passionate about SQLpassion

If you are new or experienced to the world of SQL Server you will be aware that one of SQL Server’s greatest strengths is the copious amounts of literature and videos available to you covering subjects ranging from the basic … Continue reading

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