SQL Server Management Objects offer developers a robust toolset for backing up and restoring databases, and issuing DDL commands, as John Papa explains.
MSDN Magazine June 2007
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In this column see how to bind a custom list of business entities using the binding tools in the .NET Framework 2.0.
MSDN Magazine February 2007
Reporting has always been one of the dark arts of development. The tools typically seem to do just enough to get you to a certain point, then leave you to find workarounds to solve more complex issues.
MSDN Magazine July 2006
Many applications require some degree of integration with a reporting tool. A good solution, SQL ServerT Reporting Services 2005, provides Web-based reports and can be integrated into both WindowsÃÂ® Forms and Web-based applications.
MSDN Magazine June 2006
SQL Server 2005 includes several important improvements to the Transact-SQL (T-SQL) language. One added feature is a new kind of trigger that fires when data definition language (DDL) statements run.
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SQL ServerT 2000 includes several XML features that let you transform relational rowsets into hierarchical XML documents, read XML documents, and bulk load data via XML. For example, you can pass an XML document to a stored procedure, join the XML to some tables and return a rowset, or even modify data in the database.
MSDN Magazine June 2005
Dealing with error handling between T-SQL and a calling application, evaluating when a field's value has changed, and creating auditing tables in SQL ServerT are all common issues that developers must tackle.
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SQL Server can be administered programmatically using system stored procedures, but Distributed Management Objects (DMO) offer a more modern, object-oriented alternative. This article introduces SQL-DMO in SQL Server 7.0 and SQL Server 2000 and describes the SQL-DMO object model, then focuses primarily on the Databases tree and the JobServer tree of the object model. The sample code and the article show how to use various objects such as the Registry object, the Configuration object, and the Database object to automate common administration tasks such as programmatically retrieving configuration settings, creating new databases, applying T-SQL scripts, and creating and scheduling backups.
MSDN Magazine May 2001
I have installed SQL Server Management Studio Express and trying to import my access tables to SQL database. In the blogs I have read I can do it from Tasks>>>>Import Data BUt my Tasks menu does not contain any Import Data. It only
What is the problem with my Server Management Studio Express