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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 – Hide an Instance of SQL Server

    You can browse available SQL Instances on network by choosing "" from Server Name drop-down list in "Connect to Server" dialog box in Management Studio: As you can see from the screen shot, all of my instances are visible on the network. If I want to hide this information fro......

    Vishal Gajjar  Posted on Aug 23 2011 12:00AM
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    SQL Server – ALTER COLUMN – Management Studio v. T-SQL

    Whenever we need to update a column length, we can do the same by using wither Table designer in Management Studio or by using T-SQL. Changing this using Management Studio adds an overhead of recreating the table, which can cause external fragmentation in the database. Let’s compare both these......

    Vishal Gajjar  Posted on Aug 4 2011 12:16AM
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    SQL Server – Renaming database and physical database files

    Sometimes we need to change the name of the database, for example, a database might have been restored using a different name. Whatever the reason may be, this can be easily done via Management Studio or T-SQL. 1. Rename a Database using Management Studio: Step 1: Renaming Database: Right Click t......

    Vishal Gajjar  Posted on Aug 2 2011 8:44AM
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