I have spent the last 3 weeks trying to troubleshoot an issue with Reporting Services for SQL Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 2 failing to start on a server and have come to discover that a Windows Hotfix is causing the issue. There is no distinction between trying to install a slipstreamed version of SQL […]
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If you work with replication much I’m sure you’ve come across the situation whereby somebody created a publication and at some point in the future left the company. Once their AD account had been disabled or removed then the replication jobs, for some reason, would stop functioning and you would have to spend your time […]
What vendor did I just find using deprecated data types? how can you help stop this?
Allen White (blog|twitter), in hosting this months T-SQL Tuesday, is looking for tricks to help make you more effective. I could probably try and figure out lots of things that I mess around with to make myself more effective. For example adding aliases for my servers so that instead of having to go to “PRODSERVER17FML27” […]
You aren’t likely to see me post much about SSRS, mainly because I use it only on rare ocassions and when I don’t tend to hit blog-worthy things. Today is different though… We recently deployed a new SSRS farm at the office. The deployment was smooth, the first reports went on without any issues. Everything […]