The other day one of my clients asked me if there was any way to audit what users did on their data, and in particular some tables of importance. I had to look it up, well I knew that there was some Audit possibilities build into SQL Server, but I had never had the need for it before. Continue reading →
This is the week after Pass Summit 2014, and what have I learned, gained, experienced during Pass – well for starters I’ve meet a bunch of interesting people, sat through a whole lot of sessions, sessions that both inspired me and made me think about the way I implement solutions at my clients. Continue reading →
One of the greatest thing when attending a conference, is that you meet a lot people that instantly understands what you’re talking about. And during some talks and sessions, we tend to share tips and tricks.
One of the better tricks I’ve come across was shared today Continue reading →
Sitting here waiting for the session to start, and what better way to use the time than to plan my schedule for today and tomorrow. I have to say it’s real hard to choose the right ones, due to the high quality of the speakers and abstracts. Continue reading →
In exactly 1 week from now I’m in Seattle for my first ever Pass Summit, and I for one cannot tell you how much I look forward to be there with all the amazing people from the SQL community. As it my first time there i’m planning to attend the different “firsttimer” events, as well as all the other events that’s part of this summit.
We’re 3 guys travelling together this time, 2 from Rehfeld and 1 from Mærsk (whom used to be at Rehfeld) – and instead of crashing each night at different hotel rooms we’ve rented an whole appartment via AirBNB.
It seemed as the smartest, and it’s actually cheaper than hotels, only downside, is that the houserules says “STRICTLY NO PARTIES” – gonna be a tough one to manage ;o)
I’m attending 2 full day pre conference workshops, monday and tuesday and I’m really excited to learn from the best – and even pick up some tricks for use in my own presentations at SQLSaturdays around europe.
I’m in the process of trying to plan my session schedule, but I assure you, it’s a tough task – trying to pick which one of the sessions that I can skip to go for another.
Well until sunday next week, have a nice week, catch me on twitter, maybe we’ll see each other in Seattle.
Including the painfull one that task would shift to upper left corner in SSIS when resized.
Cumulative update package 4 for SQL Server 2014 (including update for SSIS) is available at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2999197/en-us
This CU release contains a list of bug fixes for SQL in general, SSRS, SSAS and SSIS.
For SSIS fixes:
FIX: Tasks shift to upper-left corner when you move or resize them while designing a maintenance plan in SSMS 2014
FIX: Error in SQL task with IsQueryStoredProcedure set to True when you use .NET Data Provider for Teradata in SSIS
FIX: SSIS 2012 or SSIS 2014 XML Source task cannot load data from URI
For SSAS Fixes:
FIX: MDX query returns no result when the cache is not cleared after you run a previous query in OLAP or tabular model
FIX: User obtains incorrect data when two users in the same security role run a client report in SSAS 2012 or SSAS 2014
SQL Performance Fixes:
FIX: A severe error occurs when you run a query that uses CTEs against the partitioned tables in SQL Server
FIX: Error when you print, print preview, or export the report to PDF in SSRS 2012 or SSRS 2014
Just recieved an email from Régis Bacarro (Twitter | Blog) who is the organizer of SQLSaturdays in Denmark. He informed me that my session on Master Data Service Automation had been chosen for the SQL Saturday 275 event, 29th of March 2014. Needless to say that i’m thrilled to be given this opportunity, and it’ll be my debut as a SQLSAT speaker, but hey, there’s a first for everything. I look very much forward to catch up with all of the other speakers, and to further develop my SQL network.
So I hope to see you at the event, if you haven’t already signed up for a full day packed with SQL info, hurry up and get at seat.