First of all as a Gooner (Arsenal FC Fan) BIG CONGRATS to The Arsenal for going 2-0 over Bayern Munich! And best of luck against Swansea this weekend! COME ON YOU GUNNERS! On to work stuff… Well it’s been about 2 weeks in my first DBA position and so far I’ve had to make many
So there I was, alone in the wilderness with nothing but my PC and Google for survival. This time, Google was proving to be helpful. The wilderness was winning. This was a classic case of Man vs Machine! I was setting out to conquer SQL Server 2008. Our database changes were untracked and growing rapidly.
Task: Create a TFS Database Project Conditions: Project will allow Deployment of Changes from the Developer’s DB to the TestDB and ultimately to ProductionDB. Attempts: So I’m importing two production databases to VS2012 and then hopefully checking them in to our TFS. My questions are: 1) Is it possible to maintain 1 database across 3
So on a server I didn’t even know about they had an instance of SQL Server 2012 loaded which was used by a software package. They had a problem with the original database, built a new one and came to me to delete the old one. Due to a lack of information what I wanted
So for the past year and a half I’ve been primarily working as the night shift “system support analyst” or help desk tech. I’ve also been phasing in as a part time DBA for 6 of those months. This was challenging because the current DBA is the boss and only there during the day, my