Many times you do not initially install SSAS when you build your Sql Server instance. This posting will show you how to install. There will be future articles concerning Tabular Models and the cool things you can do with them.
Do you need to find the last restart time/date of your Sql Server, but only have access through Sql Server Management Studio? Running the query below will tell you the last time the service has been restarted.
Have you ever tried to schedule a task with Windows Task Scheduler, but it does not run? Instead you get this friendly error message:
Task Scheduler failed to start “\Task Name” task for user “Domain\username”. Additional Data: Error Value: 2147943785.
Before you update or delete data from a table, it is always a good idea to make a backup just in case. Using the INTO clause in your sql statement, allows you to do this.
Quick, you need to get all of the code for all of your stored procedures in your database! All you need to do is go to your source control system and get them right? What do you mean you do not have them, well here is how to extract them from the database so you can create a source control baseline.
Last week we made a backup of our Oracle database using the RMAN tool. Today, I am going to show you how to be a hero and restore your database. This will be another long post, but saving your companies data is worth it.
Some workplaces have multiple database platforms that you will be responsible for. The main thing a DBA is responsible for is being able to recover the database in case of a disaster. Below is an easy way how to backup an Oracle database using RMAN. Is it the only way to do this? Of course not, there a literally dozens of ways depending on how complicated your environment is, but it is a legitimate way to create a backup and it will save you. In the next posting, I will show you how to restore the database onto a new server.