Category Archives: SQL Server
The very last SQL Saturday in Europe of this year is taking place in Ljubljana – Slovenia and I can glady say that I will be there, and even better, I am going to be a speaker.
I would say that most of my readers already know what is SQL Saturday, but if you don’t, just go directly to SQL Saturday Home Page, where you can find a very easy explanation to it.
Personaly, I think that SQL Saturday’s are a great opportunity to learn something new in your carrer. For example. nowadays the majority of the sessions that I go are about Database Lifecycle management. However, SQL Saturday’s are also good to meet new people, hear from the experts, etc.. So please, go to the event page and register it, as there will be plenty of great sessions!
First of all, I want to thank everyone at my session at SQL Saturday 689 in Prague this last weekend. It was a tremendous pleasure for me to present and share a bit of what I know with all of you.
I also want to say THANK YOU to the Czech BI & SQL Pass User Group for putting this amazing event to the community, I know how much work and effort has to be done to have such a great event. You treated not only myself but all the speakers so well, so thanks again for having me! You guys are great!
I also want to say THANK YOU to the Sponsors, with all your support the event was just awesome!
As I promised during my presentation, I would write this post to share the link to where you can download most of the resources used by myself during the presentation.
I would like to also ask you a bit of your time to fill up the session evaluation. This means a lot to all the speakers. Doing that, it helps all of us speakers to improve our presentation, subjects, demos and etc.. Please, please, please!! Do it! The link is below.
Thanks again and see you in 2018!
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A algum tempo atrás estava gravando um curso sobre criação de baselines com SQL Server, Integration Services e Reporting Services. Acontece que com a minha mudança de rotina, de trabalho e de uma série de outros fatores a gravação do curso acabou ficando em segundo plano.
Depois de pensar mais sobre isso, decidi que não iria mais continuar a gravação dos vídeos e então resolvi liberar em meu canal do youtube os primeiros que eu tinha gravado. São cerca de 4 a 5 vídeos curtos, mas que passam alguma dicas bem legais. Read the rest of this entry
Did you hear the news?
Microsoft is changing its Service Model for SQL Server and the major difference is that Service Packs will be no longer released starting on SQL Server 2017. However, this doesn’t mean that you no longer will have new features and product enhancements, rather than they will release new features and so on in Cumulative Updates.
Why are they doing this for SQL Server 2017? Well, in my personal opinion I believe that with major product versions being released almost every year or two years, they want to be faster in terms of releasing new fixes, launching new features and so on. Read the rest of this entry
I think many of us have not heard this, but recently (maybe not that recently) Microsoft made the SQL Server Docs available on GitHub under this link: https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/sql-docs
Currently, if you navigate to any SQL Server Documentation and let’s say that you right now goes to this link: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sql/database-engine/availability-groups/windows/overview-of-always-on-availability-groups-sql-server in the right hand side of the window you will see this… Read the rest of this entry
I’m not sure if you guys know it, but on October 07th, 2017 we will have another amazing SQL Saturday 656 that it is taking place in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Surely, it will be an amazing day of learning and network from the Data Platform Experts that are coming from all places. So, if you are an IT person and is not quite sure yet on what do to on Oct, 7th, join this FREE event. You can get all the details from the home page.
Two things that are important to mention! Read the rest of this entry
In my first blog post about Python and SQL Server, I gave a very short introduction in how to actually connect and execute a simple query. Today I want to extend a bit on using Python and SQL Server.
As I described in the end of the previous post the ideal scenario is that you inherit the database connection from a single file and then use it whenever and anywhere you want. This makes your code to look cleaner and eliminate redundant work in case you need to change credentials or something else. For that I will show to you how to do it. Read the rest of this entry
I just wanted to do this quick blog post to give you a tip about a recent problem that I had in a SSIS Project. My scenario is the following.
Source Database Server: PostgreSQL
Target Database Server: SQL Server 2016
As you can see, I need to extract data from this PostgreSQL database and import in SQL Server. So far everything is working, but today I got this error of in one particular table: [OLE DB Destination ] Error: An error occurred while setting up a binding for the “MyColumnName” column. The binding status was “DT_NTEXT”. The data flow column type is “DBBINDSTATUS_UNSUPPORTEDCONVERSION”. The conversion from the OLE DB type of “DBTYPE_IUNKNOWN” to the destination column type of “DBTYPE_WVARCHAR” might not be supported by this provider. Read the rest of this entry