There are many acquisitions these days and the DBA and sysadmins have a great tasks of doing a cross-domain authentication to their servers and databases. System admins have various options to connect interdomain where as DBA has to look up for it. Here is a solution that one can try using to access databases in cross-domain platform with windows authentication.
I have always googled out for finding any shortcut key to be used in SQL Server that gave me an idea to post this. I have gathered all the SQL Server 2000 and 2005 shortcuts with the help of books online and internet here. Hope this helps you.
Lets see the difference between DELETE and TRUNCATE command as below
This article provides an easy-to-understand view of what Isolation Levels really mean and when to use which level. Isolation Level is a setting that decides how data which is a part of an ongoing transaction is made visible to other transactions.
Locking, Locks and Deadlocks are words that a developer/DBA does not want to hear in real life but still there are possibilities that we hear them because of some bad code written. This article takes you on to the type of locks available in SQL server and the ways of avoiding them using the hints available. Before getting into know the types of locks and the hints available, let us see what is meant by a lock and a deadlock.