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    SQL Server – Login Auditing using Logon Triggers

    Since SQL Server 2005 we have LOGON Triggers, these are DDL Triggers which are created at Server level. These triggers are created to respond to a Login Event. LOGON Trigger executes after the Authentication has been made successfully. LOGON Triggers can be useful in may ways,......

    Vishal Gajjar  Posted on Jul 13 2011 7:23AM
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    SQL Server – TSQL – GROUP BY GROUPING SETS()

    By using GROUPING SETS() we can specify multiple groupings in a single query. GROUPING SETS() generates the result by producing a UNION ALL set of the result sets generated by specified grouping sets. for example, consider below data: -- © 2011 – Vishal (http://Sql......

    Vishal Gajjar  Posted on Jul 12 2011 8:00AM
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    SQL Server – Login Auditing

    SQL Server Login Auditing can be used to monitor login activities on SQL Server Database Engine. SQL Server can log both failed and successful login attempts on the server. It provides four different options for Login Auditing. 1. None – No Login activity is logged, 2. Failed logins only &nd......

    Vishal Gajjar  Posted on Jul 11 2011 8:04AM
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    SQL Server – TSQL – GROUP BY CUBE()

    CUBE() produces the result set by generating all combinations of columns specified in GROUP BY CUBE(). As with GROUP BY ROLLUP() it adds sub-total and grand-total rows as well. For example, consider below data: -- © 2011 – Vishal (http://SqlAndMe.com) SELECT [Group], [Name], [S......

    Vishal Gajjar  Posted on Jul 8 2011 8:14AM
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    SQL Functions – STUFF() and REPLACE()

    STUFF() can be used to stuff a string into another string. It inserts the string at a given position, and deletes the number of characters specified from the original string. -- © 2011 – Vishal (http://SqlAndMe.com) DECLARE @string1 VARCHAR(20) = 'Microsoft Server' DECLARE @string2 ......

    Vishal Gajjar  Posted on Jul 6 2011 7:46PM
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    SQL Functions – PATINDEX()

    CHARINDEX() can only be used to search a literal string in the specified expression. In other words you cannot use wildcards. PATINDEX() provides this capability. It takes two arguments, the pattern to be searched and the expression. – © 2011 – Vishal (http://S......

    Vishal Gajjar  Posted on Jul 5 2011 7:52PM
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    SQL Functions – CHARINDEX()

    CHARINDEX() returns the starting position of an expression in another expression. It takes below arguments: CHARINDEX ( exp1, exp2, position ) Where, exp1 = expression to be searched, exp2 = the main expression which contains exp1, position = this is optional, it spe......

    Vishal Gajjar  Posted on Jul 4 2011 1:59PM
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