Monthly Archives: September 2009

Slight SSIS Rant, Or, how I grew to hate the transfer sql server objects task

SQL Transfer So, as most people who would be reading this blog know, I am a pretty big fan of SSIS.  There are, however, some serious limitations to the product that still exist.  One of these deficiencies came back to … Continue reading

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Reconciliation

Over the past few weeks I have been fighting with what I would have at first thought to be a fairly straight forward task.  I was to add a few breakouts for some financial information that would provide the data … Continue reading

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SQL Saturday #21 – Orlando, FL

Well, this is going to be the second SQL Saturday in Orlando (October 17, 2009) which I have had a speaking engagement.  The conference last year was the first time I had the chance to do a presentation in a … Continue reading

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MCTS Business Intelligence Development and Maintenance

I passed the exam for the BI Development and Maintenance this morning so I’m now MCTS two times over!  This test felt a little different than the database development test.  It was fifty questions long, although it stated that there … Continue reading

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