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SQL Server Club Author: Web Monkey So many of us develop on it, query against it and administer it, yet it's not often we actually get to install it. This guide will take you from start to finish of how to install SQL Server 2005, which options to choose, which to ignore and the best time to take a coffee break.
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SQL Server Club Author: Rick Obsitnik Being able to compare two tables is a common requirement in SQL Server environments, especially where development and production servers exist. Rick Obsitnik explores a functional way to do this task in an enterprise environment using linked servers.
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How to Set Up Database Mail on SQL Server 2005
SQL Server Club Author: Web Monkey Database mail is a great way of getting SQL Server to tell you when it's done something. Or, when it's not done something and a job has failed. You can use it to keep you informed of actions by sending an email to you, whether you're at your desk or on the road with your laptop.
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How to Configure SQL Server 2005 to Allow Remote Connections
SQL Server Club Author: Shafqat Tanzeel After installing SQL Server you'll need to do some extra work to allow remote connections. Shafqat explains with clarity how to configure SQL Server to allow remote connections. Follow this step by step process with plenty of screen shots to get your SQL Server configured.
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SQL Server 2005 DBCC Command Reference
SQL Server Club Author: Make sure you are up to date with this essential guide to new, undocumented and retired DBCC commands in SQL Server 2005. Microsoft has removed some commands, so use this reference to check your applications don't depend on them before upgrading to 2005.


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