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[ Team LiB ] Chapter 25. DTSDIAG A few times over the years I’ve faced dire situations that tempted me to return to my former faith. Times of trial and despair are hard on anyone, and my former faith provided just the right crutch to avoid facing reality […]

[ Team LiB ] Chapter 24. Finding Undocumented Features To a great designer, not applying knowledge is tantamount to not having obtained the knowledge in the first place. —Steve McConnell[1] [1] McConnell, Steve. After the Gold Rush. Redmond, WA: Microsoft Press, 1999, p. 27. I dedicated a […]

[ Team LiB ] Chapter 23. Merge Replication I’ve never liked the word “tolerate.” Saying you tolerate someone else’s culture or beliefs is like saying you put up with the guy who keeps a messy yard because the government says you have to, but you’d gladly evict him […]

[ Team LiB ] Chapter 22. Transactional Replication Whenever someone tells me that adopting their beliefs could give me the same type of life they have, I tell them that that’s exactly what I’m afraid of. —H. W. Kenton Transactional replication is by far the most widely […]

[ Team LiB ] Chapter 21. Snapshot Replication There’s a difference between volatility and agility. Volatility is random change—change for the sake of change. It has no real purpose. Agility is change to adapt to the obstacles that impede our progress toward our goals and to dodge the […]

[ Team LiB ] Chapter 20. Data Transformation Services Character is what you do when no one’s looking. —Kenneth E. Routen Data Transformation Services (DTS) is one of the most exciting technologies to be added to SQL Server in years. In times past, you would have had […]

[ Team LiB ] Chapter 19. Notification Services You can’t lead from the middle of the pack. —Kenneth E. Routen Unless you’ve been living in a cave, you’ve likely noticed the trend toward notification-based data delivery. Even now, you can go to Web sites and subscribe to […]

[ Team LiB ] Chapter 18. SQLXML The key to everything is happiness. Do what you can to be happy in this world. Life is short—too short to do otherwise. The deferred gratification you mention so often is more deferred than gratifying. —H. W. Kenton NOTE: […]

[ Team LiB ] Chapter 17. Server Federations I am convinced that a vivid consciousness of the primary importance of moral principles for the betterment and ennoblement of life does not need the idea of a lawgiver, especially a lawgiver who works on the basis of reward and […]

[ Team LiB ] Chapter 16. Full-Text Search I have never imputed to Nature a purpose or a goal, or anything that could be understood as anthropomorphic. What I see in Nature is a magnificent structure that we can comprehend only very imperfectly, and that must fill a […]

[ Team LiB ] Chapter 15. ODSOLE The surest way to corrupt a youth is to instruct him to hold in higher esteem those who think alike than those who think differently. —Friedrich Nietzsche[1] [1] Nietzsche, Friedrich. “The Dawn.” In The Portable Nietzsche, ed. Walter Kaufmann. New York: […]

[ Team LiB ] Chapter 14. Cursors I will not attack your doctrines nor your creeds if they accord liberty to me. If they hold thought to be dangerous—if they aver that doubt is a crime, then I attack them one and all, because they enslave the minds […]

[ Team LiB ] Chapter 13. Transactions I do not feel obliged to believe that the same God who has endowed us with sense, reason, and intellect has intended us to forgo their use. —Galileo Galilei[1] [1] Galilei, Galileo. “Letter to the Grand Duchess Christina of Tuscany, 1615.” […]

[ Team LiB ] Chapter 12. Query Processor I believe in the equality of man; and I believe that religious duties consist in doing justice, loving mercy and endeavoring to make our fellow creatures happy. —Thomas Paine[1] [1] Paine, Thomas. The Age of Reason, ed. Philip S. Foner. […]

[ Team LiB ] Chapter 11. SQL Server Memory Management Accustom a people to believe that priests, or any other class of men, can forgive sins, and you will have sins in abundance. —Thomas Paine[1] [1] Paine, Thomas. “Worship and Church Bells.” In The Complete Writings of Thomas […]

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