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    SQL Server – Finding out Database creation time

    Finding database creation time is simple if database has not been detached from server. You can find database creation time using below methods. Using sp_helpdb: You can find the creation time of database using sp_hepldb system procedure. EXEC sp_helpdb &#...

    Vishal Gajjar  Posted on Feb 19 2013 12:00AM
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    SQL Server – Attach Database with MDF file only

    Earlier on my blog I posted about how you can attach a database using T-SQL when no log file is available. You can catch that here. In this post we will see how it can be attached using GUI. To attach a database with no .ldf file, follow below steps: 1. Op...

    Vishal Gajjar  Posted on Jan 30 2013 12:00AM
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    SQL Server – Check Enabled Trace Flags for Server

    In SQL Server you can enable a Trace Flag at session (effective for current session only) level and global level. If you are not sure which Trace Flags have been enabled you can use DBCC TRACESTATUS() command to get a list of enabled Trace Flags. DBCC TRAC...

    Vishal Gajjar  Posted on Jan 24 2013 12:00AM
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    SQL Server – DDL vs. DML Triggers

    Although, DML and DDL triggers are used for different purposes, there are some similarities and differences between these. Similarities between DDL and DML triggers: 1. Both are created using similar T-SQL syntax 2. Both can run .NET code 3. You can crea...

    Vishal Gajjar  Posted on May 28 2012 12:00AM
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    SQL Server – Purging Database Mail History

    SQL Server stores all mails and attachments in msdb database. To avoid unnecessary growth of msdb database you should remove these mail history unless it is required for auditing or other purposes. To check all mails processed by Database Mail, you can use...

    Vishal Gajjar  Posted on May 10 2012 12:00AM
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