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  • November 09, 2005 09 Nov'05

    SQL Server adoption: Preparing for a heated race with Oracle

    Are companies moving from Oracle to SQL Server? What are the greatest upgrade hurdles? Who will upgrade first? How long must you wait for third-party support? So many questions and so much upgrading to be done.

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  • November 03, 2005 03 Nov'05

    SQL Server 2005: To be or not to be an early adopter

    SQL Server 2005 offers many new features, but do they outweigh the risks of trying out a new release? Get help evaluating the new capabilities in light of your own needs.

  • September 14, 2005 14 Sep'05

    Face-off: Oracle vs. SQL Server

    Two site editors square off on the topic of SQL Server versus Oracle, a debate with equally loud fans on either side of the issue.

  • August 25, 2005 25 Aug'05

    Do people really understand data warehousing?

    A data warehousing initiative shouldn't result in multiple data silos, but too often that's just what happens. The problem, says guest columnist Rick Sherman, is that data warehousing is misunderstood.


  • August 25, 2005 25 Aug'05

    SQL Server Express a sign of LAMP's success

    Microsoft's release of SQL Server Express is being seen as further evidence that the LAMP stack is having a major impact.

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  • June 28, 2005 28 Jun'05

    What can .NET code do from within SQL Server: Safety levels

    Learn what .NET code can do from within SQL Server in this excerpt from "A First Look at SQL Server 2005 for Developers."

  • June 28, 2005 28 Jun'05

    Permissions, visibility, UDTs and user-defined aggregates

    Learn about permissions, visibility, UDTs and user-defined aggregates in SQL Server 2005 in this excerpt from "A First Look at SQL Server 2005 for Developers."

  • June 28, 2005 28 Jun'05

    SQL Server permissions and new objects

    Learn about SQL Server permissions and new objects in this excerpt from "A First Look at SQL Server 2005 for Developers."

  • June 28, 2005 28 Jun'05

    New security features in SQL Server 2005

    Learn about new security features in SQL Server 2005 in this excerpt from "A First Look at SQL Server 2005 for Developers."

  • June 28, 2005 28 Jun'05

    Specifying execution context for procedural code

    Learn how to specify execution context for procedural code in SQL Server 2005 in this excerpt from "A First Look at SQL Server 2005 for Developers."

  • June 28, 2005 28 Jun'05

    Separation of users and schemas

    Learn about separation of users and schemas in SQL Server 2005 in this excerpt from "A First Look at SQL Server 2005 for Developers."

  • June 28, 2005 28 Jun'05

    A quick review of SQL Server security concepts with enhancements

    Get a quick review of SQL Server security concepts with enhancements in this excerpt from "A First Look at SQL Server 2005 for Developers."

  • June 28, 2005 28 Jun'05

    SQL Server password policies and credentials

    Learn about SQL Server password policies and credentials in this excerpt from "A First Look at SQL Server 2005 for Developers."

  • June 28, 2005 28 Jun'05

    Assembly permissions -- Who can catalog and use an assembly?

    Learn about who can catalog and use assembly in SQL Server 2005 in this excerpt from "A First Look at SQL Server 2005 for Developers."

  • June 28, 2005 28 Jun'05

    Optional features are turned off by default

    Find out which optional features are turned off by default in SQL Server 2005 in this excerpt from "A First Look at SQL Server 2005 for Developers."

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