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Microsoft SQL Server is a relational database management system developed by Microsoft. As a database server, it is a software product with the primary function of storing and retrieving data as requested by other software applications which may run either on the same computer or on another computer across a network (including the Internet).
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  1. Dipika Queen

    Dipika Queen

    28/10/2016
    https://medium.com/@ultimeztechnology/differences-between-web-design-and-web-development-524581678f85#.9vtvhxvyd
    Dipika Queen
    Differences between web design and web development
    medium.com “Web Design” and “Web development” are compatible terms, but they really do very different meaning. If you want to establish a new...
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  2. Eggnita Studio

    Eggnita Studio

    26/10/2016
    #Dyn #DDoS attack not politically or financially motivated, security firm says via @ciodive #DDoSattack #servers
    Eggnita Studio
    Dyn DDoS attack not politically or financially motivated, security firm says
    www.ciodive.com Further analysis of last week’s DDoS attack reveals new details, but one big question remains:...
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  3. Dipika Queen

    Dipika Queen

    25/10/2016
    https://www.bebee.com/producer/@tabassum-adur/seo-as-important-marketing-strategy
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    SEO as Important Marketing Strategy
    www.bebee.com SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization, which is the best activity for the business enlargement. Since there are lots of websites you can find...
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  4. Osiris Marquez

    Osiris Marquez

    06/10/2016
    Osiris Marquez
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    Jared Wiese
    07/10/2016 #1 Jared Wiese
    Hello @Osiris Marquez,
    Could you try posting this as a job?
  5. ProducerYésica Gómez Cano
    RESPETO
    RESPETO Me encuentro trabajando con el ordenador sobre el regazo, junto con una ramo de rosas blancas como a mi me gustan, me inspiran paz y sosiego...tengo una mezcla conmovedora de alegría y amor...!!! como me gusta que la intimidad sea protegida,...
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    Khaza Mondal
    07/09/2016 #2 Khaza Mondal
    https://web.facebook.com/Md.khaza.moyen.uddin/videos
    Khaza Mondal
    07/09/2016 #1 Khaza Mondal
    https://web.facebook.com/Md.khaza.moyen.uddin/videos
  6. Khaza Mondal

    Khaza Mondal

    07/09/2016
    IT - Information Technology
    IT - Information Technology
    IT - Information Technology Official Information Technology hive on beBee. Connect with people in your field and exchange experiences knowledge and professional
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  7. Juan Carlos Gilaranz Benito
    Juan Carlos Gilaranz Benito
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  8. Juan Carlos Gilaranz Benito
    Microsoft MVP Data Platform 2016. Por difundir y enseñar SQL Server desde mi blog http://www.mundosql.es/Juan Carlos Gilaranz Benito
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  9. ProducerOsty Leon

    Osty Leon

    06/06/2016
    Pasos para migración de Sql Server 2000 a Sql Server 2014
    Pasos para migración de Sql Server 2000 a Sql Server 2014Pasos que describen la solución de uno de los dolores de cabeza de los DBA Sql Server en algunas empresas.Migrar los datos entre versiones con formatos incompatibles de backup restore.SQL ServerArtículo completo...
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  10. Osiris Marquez

    Osiris Marquez

    21/05/2016
    Desarrollador SQL Santa Fe DF Osiris Marquez
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  11. Cristian Randieri, PhD -President & CEO of Intellisystem.it   @C_Randieri
    Cristian Randieri, PhD -President & CEO of Intellisystem.it   @C_Randieri
    Samsung is ready to build its empire and take on Microsoft Surface
    mashable.com A conversation with the head of Samsung Electronics America’s President and Chief Operating Officer, Tim...
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  12. Ana Gauna

    Ana Gauna

    19/10/2015
    Ana Gauna
    BIG DATA - SQL (manutenção anual)
    anagauna.wordpress.com Em 2000, eu era DBA (administradora de banco de dados), usei um sistema ERP junto com Microsoft Windows NT4 Server + Microsoft  SQL 6.5 Server, e alguns anos depois passei a usar o Microsoft...
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  13. Sandip Patel

    Sandip Patel

    05/09/2015
    I have just described a difference about identity value is inserted after delete and truncate the records on table. I have faced the first scenario of delete the records on table. There is following a Query batch. create table #tab (id int identity(1,1)) insert #tab default values--1 insert #tab default values--2 insert #tab default values--3 insert #tab default values--4 insert #tab default values--5 insert #tab default values--6 select id as initial_data from #tab --- Result is initial_data 1 2 3 4 5 6 delete from #tab --deleting all records insert #tab default values select id as data_after_delete_identity_value from #tab -- Result is data_after_delete_identity_value 7 The Above scenario, After delete the all records from table, one default value is inserted and it's identity value is 7 means that When User delete the records from table then table deleted LOG keeps in DB. So that after delete one record is inserted, an identity value is incremented based on log record. Whereas another scenario is, I have truncate the table, the result is deffer shown using following Queries. truncate table #tab --TRUNCATING the table insert #tab default values select id as data_after_truncate_identity_value from #tab -- Result is data_after_truncate_identity_value 1 Above SQL-Statement, The result is shown 1 after truncate the table, That means When Use can truncate the table records, it does not keep LOG record in DB. So that after truncate table one record is inserted, an identity value is started default value (like 1). Sandip Patel
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