I was trying to change the datatype of a field in one of my tables using SSMS, and I received the Saving changes is not permitted error. Read below to see how I was able to make the change.Continue reading SSMS: Saving changes is not permitted error
Often when you are working in SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS), tables, views, and other objects will get highlighted with a red squiggly line like SSMS does not know if the object exists or not in the database.
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.
In a previous posting, we backed up your WideWorldImporters database and created a job to run transaction log backups so we can recover with no more than 30 minutes of data loss. Continue reading Restoring your Sql Server Database