Monthly Archives: October 2010

Insert Parent and Child Tables with SSIS Part 2

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Inserting Parent and Child Tables with SSIS

Examines a simple pattern in SSIS for handling parent and child tables Continue reading

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QLSaturday #49 and #56 Recaps–A Little Different

SQLSaturday #49 My recap on SQLSaturday #49 is waaay overdue (sorry, Jack and Andy). It was nice to get a chance to present at the home of SQLSaturday, and I have to say, the amount of experience they have in … Continue reading

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Virtual PC and Windows 7

This morning while trying to spin up one of my Virutal PCs I ran into some peculiar error messages.  In case the same thing happens to you, the workaround is pretty simple.  When I opened Virtual PC and selected my … Continue reading

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One Week to SQLSaturday #49

One week left till SQLSaturday #49 – there’s still time to register. I’m pretty excited about going, as it will be my first Orlando SQLSaturday. Also, it looks like a great lineup of speakers. I’ll be presenting on ways to … Continue reading

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SQLSaturday #48 Recap

I presented at SQLSaturday #48 this weekend. It was a great event, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. K. Brian Kelley and the other organizers put on a great event. This was the first SQLSaturday that I’ve been to in a … Continue reading

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Create XML Fragment in SQL Server

The XML datatype, first introduced in SQL Server 2005, can be very  handy when utilized properly. It is an industry standard, and with it, it is easy to import/export data across different servers, as well as different systems entirely. This … Continue reading

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