In this example we’ll create SQL Server Common Language Runtime (CLR) to read/write from/to REST API. Technology used: Visual Studio 2019 (C# Windows .NET Class Library) SQL Server 2019 (on premises) Authentication: Basic (base64 encoded Username:Password) Requests: HTTP SQL GET SELECT POST INSERT Visual Studio 2019 Create new C#, Windows, […]
In this example we create ADF pipeline that extracts from SQL Server and saves in CSV files in Data Lake. The point is just to demonstrate the logic so you can edit it as you need. The extract is driven by SQL Server table with all the parameters for a […]
SSISDB is the database that is collaborating with SSIS. When we execute a package, the execution information is logged in SSISDB. If a job is scheduled, we need to know if there are errors in the executions. As a last step in SSIS package, I run stored procedure that searches […]
In the last posts we played with Change Tracking (CT): T-SQL: Change Tracking – What is this and how it works T-SQL: Change Tracking Retention Period – How Long the Changes are Kept? Let’s execute few queries and see what do we have after the retention period expires.
As we mentioned in Change Tracking – What is this and how it works, the retention period is the one that determines how long the changes are kept.
I had to collect the installed software from few computers and i used Belarc Advisor. The fun came when i started to consolidate the data :-) To make my future life easier, I wrote a PowerShell script that exports a list of the installed programs into .CSV file.
Very often we need to bulk export database objects and move them to another server. Manually we do this by right click on the database –> Tasks –> Generate Scripts… In this example I show how we can export Stored Procedures with T-SQL and SQLCMD. This model gives us the […]