The second part of this series on finding files in SQL Server introduces the FileSystemObject.
It’s now been a week since SQLBits V started in Newport, Wales, so it’s about time I wrote a little on it. First of all I have to say a big thank you to all the organisers, speakers and sponsors without whom the event would not have been possible. The facilities at the conference centre […]
For those of you that have registered the agenda’s for SQLBits V is now available online. http://www.sqlbits.com/information/newagenda.aspx Hope to see a few of you there! Richard DouglasMore Posts – Website Follow Me: Related posts: SQLBits: I’ve registered, have you?
Thanks go to Tony Rogerson and Justin Langford for a great evening at Reading last night. It was the first time I had been to the Microsoft Campus so was a bit in awe of everything. Justin and Tony both gave great sessions, but the tip I am going to talk about was almost a throwaway […]
There is a SQL user group meeting in Reading tomorrow night hosted by MVP Tony Rogerson and Justin Langford. Tony will be covering “An Introduction to the SQL Server architecture and also High Availability (Partitioning and File Groups (backup, restore, partial restore))” while Justin will be resenting a session on Virtualising SQL Server. Click here to […]