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Tag Archives: SQL Server 2012
No, not the song. Nor the reference in Watchmen. But the clocks. Y’know, that primitive thing where we have to put the clocks back an hour in the winter and push them forward an hour in the spring? That. What … Continue reading →
Just been working on a silent install script for SQL 2012, and had a few odd errors. Unfortunately, I don’t have direct access to the server, just to my notes from the install. Error: “‘<null or empty string>’ is not … Continue reading →
Just a quickie, as I didn’t have the time to take screenshots. Installing SQL Server 2012 on a new Windows Server 2012 VM. Part-way through the installation, I got the following error message: TITLE: Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Service Pack … Continue reading →
OK, Yes, it’s another post pimping a SQL Saturday 194 Exeter Pre-Con session. This time, a quick look at the Two Daves and their session on T-SQL and Internals. Now, I’ve not had the pleasure of attending a full day … Continue reading →
OK, my homework for SQL Saturday #194 (Exeter) has slowed somewhat. However, I would like to say a few words about this particular Pre-Con. Christian Bolton & Gavin Payne are just two of the really high-powered consultancy Coeo, a very … Continue reading →