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I was talking to a good friend at Microsoft last week, telling him about the problems I've been having with SQL Server Management Objects (SMO). I uncovered a few bugs both last year and this year -- well, not everyone might consider them bugs, but they're inconsistencies at least, and I think a couple of them are bugs. Anyway, he asked me why I'm now beginning to find them, given that SMO has been around for so long. I thought for a minute and said, "It's all PowerShell 's fault." Let me explain. Traditionally, SQL Distributed Management Objects (DMO) and SMO have been complicated enough to ...
In the most recent installments of our series covering new and improved features incorporated into SQL Server 2005 Express Edition, we have been discussing its replication characteristics. As we have pointed out, while there are some significant limitations in this area (when compared with its predecessor - SQL Server 2000 MSDE - as well as its full-fledged contemporaries), there are several workarounds that can be used to emulate missing functionality. So far, we have demonstrated this approach by taking advantage of replication-specific executables (such as distrib.exe or ... Read More
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