Did you know…you can change the default file encoding for new query on SSMS?

If you have been reading my last blog posts, you know that I’m currently working on a SQL code migration from Firebird to SQL Server. The client provided the scripts with all modules (Stored Procedures, functions, etc) and the steps I'm following (roughly speaking) for converting are: Open new query window Copy and paste de … Continue reading Did you know…you can change the default file encoding for new query on SSMS?

Using CAST() function with User-Defined Data Types…Did you know…

I'm converting some Firebird database code to T-SQL and I'm seeing a lot of code that doesn't work in the same way that SQL Server. No surprise - I already expected that but for those that still say that "all engines/databases are equal"..."is SQL right?" here is another proof that is not true. On Firebird … Continue reading Using CAST() function with User-Defined Data Types…Did you know…

dbachecks – Going parallel – Cut off your execution times

On one of the last clients I have worked, I have implemented dbachecks in order to get the state of art and know how cool or bad the environments are before start knocking down the bad practices. This client has seven different environments with more than 100 instances and more than 2000 databases. Serial execution … Continue reading dbachecks – Going parallel – Cut off your execution times