Saturday, December 30, 2006

Useful Knowledge Bases and Links

Remove -How to uninstall SQL Server Management Studio;EN-US;909953

Moving SQL Server 2005 Databases to SQL Server 2000

BLOGs of SQL Server 2005 Product Team

Configure SQL Server for Remote Connection

Connecting to SQL Express User Instances in Management Studio

Best Practices in SQL Server

Performance Tuning - How to monitor blocking in SQL Server :

Reading Execution Plan :

Statistics in SQL --

How to recover user databases from a “Suspect” status :

Table and index partition in SQL Server 2005

Compare the feature of SQL Server different editions

SQL Server Stored Procedure Basics

Grant Permission to run Profiler for a General user

SQL Server 2000 Security Information page
Best Practices Analyzer Tool for Microsoft SQL Server
Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer
Software Update Services 1.0 with Service Pack 1

SQL Server Security
􀁺Chip Andrews, David Litchfield, Bill Grindlay
􀂄SQL Server Security Distilled
􀁺Morris Lewis
􀂄Mastering SQL Server 2000 Security
􀁺Mike Young, Curtis Young
􀂄Writing Secure Code Second Edition
􀁺Michael Howard & David LeBlanc

SQL Server 2000 SP3 Security Features and Best Practices: Implementation of Server Level Security and Object Level Security

SQL Server 2005 Deployment Guidance for Web Hosting Environments - byAlex DeNeui Common Connectivity Issues in SQL Server 2005 AnalysisServices Connectivity Scenarios - by Carl Rabeler Application Failover with Database Mirroring - by MichaelThomassy, Sanjay Mishra

How to dynamically number rows in a SELECT Transact-SQL statement

How to Delete Duplicate Rows
(b) SQL 2005 :
(c) SQL 2000 :

Scheduling Backups for SQL Server 2005 Express

Different Options for Importing Data into SQL Server

Security, SQL Server : Current topics: Security, SQL Server

SQL Server White Papers: Migration from Oracle or Sybase to Microsoft SQL Server

restore database after deleted transaction log

Connection to Sql server being lost after a period of inactivity


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