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We have (had?) an application that has been retired (Hurrah!). However, even though it has been retired, there is still the occasional request to extract data from this database, which was hosted on a SQL2000 SP3a server. So what I’m … Continue reading →
It all started so innocently. A SQL Server 2005 installation. An installation of SQL Workbench, sorry, “Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio.” And a need to find out what’s going on. Click, click, click – Activity Monitor. Double-click. Uh-oh. (Incidentally, why … Continue reading →