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    Denormalizing dimension tables

    When building a SSAS cube, you typically have a star schema containing dimension tables and fact tables.  For dimension tables, you generally model these as one table per object.  Building the dimension in the ETL system involves joining the various normalized description and hierarchy tables that p......
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    James Serra  Posted on Oct 7 2011 12:00AM
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    Normalizing Your Database

    If you’ve been working with databases for any length of time, you have heard the term normalization. Normalization is the process of efficiently organizing data in a database.  There are two goals of the normalization process: eliminating redundant data (for example, storing the same data in ......
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    James Serra  Posted on Jan 6 2012 12:00AM
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    SQL Server 2012: New Certifications

    As a follow-up to my post SQL Server “Denali”: New Certifications, the seven exams for SQL Server 2012 are: Querying Microsoft SQL Server (70-461) [BI and DBA] Administering a Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Database (70-462) [DBA] Building Data Warehouses with Microsoft SQL Server 2012 (70-463) [BI]......
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    James Serra  Posted on Nov 7 2011 12:00AM
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    SQL Server Denali – FORMAT() string function

    SQL Server Denali brings us new string function, FORMAT function. It will make formatting of date/time and number values easier. Syntax: FORMAT (value, format [,culture]) Formatting Date/Time Let’s see how it works: DECLARE @a datetime = getdate() -- If the culture argument is not provide......
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    Ana  Posted on Sep 2 2011 6:30AM
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    SQL Server Page Restore

    We all know how backup is important. I usually say that restore is more important than backup. We can create backup but if we don’t know how to restore it, or we cannot because it isn’t correct we have nothing. So always check your backups and restore it on different locations. In situation wh......
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    Ana  Posted on Jan 10 2012 12:00AM
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    SQL Dirty Pages

    Lazy writing , eager writing and checkpoint use asynchronous IO in writing pages to disk.  The purpose of  asynchronous IO is to release resources and  for other tasks to progress. i.e releases the thread to allow further threads.Usually this takes less than 10 ms – but under circ......
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    Jack Vamvas  Posted on Nov 28 2011 12:00AM
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    SQL Server trace flags

    Normally I’m not a big fan of using traceflags, my advice is only to use these when it is absolutely necessary otherwise don’t. Here is a list of the documented traceflags that you can use with SQL Server. That is the documented once, besides that there is a list of undocumented traceflags – and it ......
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    Geniiius  Posted on Nov 22 2011 12:00AM
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