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Tip of the Day - Queries For Debugging Bi-Directional SQL Server Merge Replication

Tip of the Day - Queries For Debugging Bi-Directional SQL Server Merge Replication

Tip of the Day - Using MERGE in SQL Server to insert, update and delete at the same time.

Tip of the Day - Using MERGE in SQL Server to insert, update and delete at the same time.

Tip of the Day - Move SQL Server Merge Replication Subscriber to new Server without Reconfiguring Replication

Tip of the Day - Move SQL Server Merge Replication Subscriber to new Server without Reconfiguring Replication

Tip of the Day - Configure SQL Server Merge Replication with Web Syncronization

Tip of the Day - Configure SQL Server Merge Replication with Web Syncronization

Tip of the Day - How to Merge a Conflict in SQL Server 2016 Master Data Services

Tip of the Day - How to Merge a Conflict in SQL Server 2016 Master Data Services

Change All Computed Columns to Persisted in SQL Server. http://www.mssqltips.com/sqlservertip/3338/change-all-computed-columns-to-persisted-in-sql-server/

Change All Computed Columns to Persisted in SQL Server. http://www.mssqltips.com/sqlservertip/3338/change-all-computed-columns-to-persisted-in-sql-server/

Restore info:      https://www.mssqltips.com/sqlservertip/1860/identify-when-a-sql-server-database-was-restored-the-source-and-backup-date/    select top 1 * from restorehistory  where destination_database_name='xxxxxxxxx' order by restore_history_id desc

Restore info: https://www.mssqltips.com/sqlservertip/1860/identify-when-a-sql-server-database-was-restored-the-source-and-backup-date/ select top 1 * from restorehistory where destination_database_name='xxxxxxxxx' order by restore_history_id desc

Dr. Dallas Snider MSSQLTips author and Assistant Professor in the Computer Science Department at the University of West Florida.

Dr. Dallas Snider MSSQLTips author and Assistant Professor in the Computer Science Department at the University of West Florida.

Using the SQL Server MERGE Statement to Process Type 2 Slowly Changing Dimensions

Using the SQL Server MERGE Statement to Process Type 2 Slowly Changing Dimensions

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