Missing Crystal Reports 10.5 runtime?

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The other morning I was migrating an application from a desktop machine to server. Some real fun with this project includes zero documentation from the developer (he was a contractor who did a rush job and left). Thankfully I have experience migrating applications from dev to acceptance to prod so I knew to look for […]

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SA Does Not Mean Speedy Access

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This quick write up comes courtesy of a tweet by Jonathan Kehayias (@SQLSarg) yesterday morning (Please Note: OH means overheard, meaning that statement is something Jonathan overheard. He’s WAYYYYY too smart to actually spread something that dumb as valid advice) . Here’s the tweet: Ok, so I’ve seen a couple of stupid things written up […]

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IO You an Explanation

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This blog post is going to be relatively short and sweet as my expertise in the storage realm is limited. Yesterday I had the pleasure of learning some new and interesting things about NetApp’s SAN technology that I thought was interesting and would share with you. For  this month’s T-SQL Tuesday #004 meme is hosted […]

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Quest Virtual Training – SQL Server Training on DMV’s

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Quest Software put on a great all-day training event today on all things DMV courtesy of Brent Ozar (@brento on Twitter), Kevin Kline (@kekline on Twitter) and Ari Weil (@aweil on Twitter). If you missed this great live event, don’t fret as you can catch the videos on-demand here. One of the amazing things about […]

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