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Dealing with nulls in SQL Server

13 Jun 2005

This tip helps you deal with nulls in SQL Server. Read More

Using Management Studio with the SQL Server Database Engine

06 Feb 2006

Learn how SQL Server Management Studio works in this excerpt from the book SQL Server 2005: A Beginner's Guide. Read More

Prevent updates, inserts and deletes from being replicated

26 Jul 2005

Business requirements may require that inserts, updates and deletes are not replicated. Find out how to prevent replication in this tip, one of 15 tips in 15 minutes. Read More

Step 6: Don't expose interfaces that create dynamic SQL to the end user

By Serdar Yegulalp 13 May 2005

Be careful not to create poisoned code when using dynamic SQL. Read More

Step 4: Probe remote services

By Chip Andrews 21 Mar 2005

Learn how to use the sc.exe tool to query the Service Control Manager of all machines in the domain looking for SQL Server instances in this SQL Server patch management guide. Read More

Undocumented DBCC: Report on settings with DBCC RESOURCE

By Serdar Yegulalp 28 Mar 2006

DBCC RESOURCE allows you to report back specifically on SQL Server internal settings rather than data structure information. Read More

Eight Reasons ECperf is the Right Way to Evaluate J2EE Performance

01 Nov 2001

Since its introduction, Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB)TM technology has maintained unprecedented momentum among platform providers and enterprise development teams alike. This is due to fact that the EJB server-side ... Read More

Improving J2EE Application Performance

01 May 2002

This article describes how to achieve a high level of performance in a J2EE application, independent of which Application Server you use. Read More

Rugged mobile devices must be more than durable in harsh environments

By Michael Morisy 13 Aug 2008

The durability of ruggedized mobile devices is only the first consideration for mobile managers with workers who take devices into hazardous environments. Connectivity, usability and portability are also important ... Read More