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SQL Database Design Basics With Examples

Discover how to populate a database with data by means of Data Generator for SQL Server, and search for database data and objects with the free dbForge Search tool. I will use dbForge Studio for SQL Server to implement charts for my examples, and dbForge Data Pump to import and export data.

Types of Data Models in DBMS with Examples

Is data visualization important? Yes, visual is easier to comprehend than verbal, and graphical data presentation helps us grasp the necessary information easier and dive deeper to make the right decision.

How to Rename a SQL Server Database

When working with SQL databases for quite a long period of time, you might come across a situation when you need to give your...

Wie man Testdaten mit Hilfe des SQL Data Generators erzeugt

In diesem Artikel untersuchen wir den Prozess der Befüllung der Mitarbeiterdatenbank mit Dummy-Daten, dessen Schema wir vorab entworfen haben. Das Befüllen einer SQL-Datenbank mit...

Another Day, Another Badge – dbForge Products for SQL Server Win G2 and SoftwareSuggest Awards

We are happy to announce that the dbForge product line has received multiple remarkable awards. dbForge Studio for SQL Server and SQL Complete have...

dbForge Studio for SQL Server Earns Crozdesk Happiest Users Award

Hardly had the winter started when dbForge Studio for SQL Server received yet another award. According to Crozdesk users, the IDE has everything you...

Creating Stored Procedure for Dropping Local Temporary Tables in SQL Server

In this final part of the three-part article series, we will review creating a script, wrap it in a stored procedure, and will...

dbForge Studio for SQL Server Has Been Awarded G2 High Performer Spring 2021

dbForge Studio for SQL Server is an all-encompassing IDE, designed for efficient development, management, and administration of SQL Server databases. It comprises a set...

How to Generate Test Data with the Help of SQL Data Generator

In this article, we will examine the process of populating the employee database with dummy data, whose schema we designed in the previous...

Is UNPIVOT the Best Way for Converting Columns into Rows?

To start, let's give definitions and highlight the difference between PIVOT and UNPIVOT operators in SQL Server. The PIVOT and UNPIVOT relational operators are used...

Pimp the database diffs management with new dbForge Studio for SQL Server v5.8

We are glad to announce that we have just rolled out the new dbForge Studio for SQL Server, v5.8. This version features massive improvements...

Automatic Schema Comparison Log Delivery via Email

In this article, we will show how to set up automatic email delivery of the log file when a comparison of multiple SQL schemas...

Make Connection More Secure with dbForge Studio for SQL Server v5.7

We are glad to inform our SQL Server users that we have just released a new version of Devart's IDE for SQL Server, - ...

Devart keeps upgrading its SQL Server IDE to be innovative

Devart is always trying to keep in touch with the times and provide its users with more and more opportunities for successful and effective...

SQL Server 2016 RC0

The news about Microsoft's intention to "chum" SQL Server with Linux keeps floating around. But I haven't heard a single word about SQL Server...

Backup and Restore Databases in SQL Server

In this article, we will talk about the benefits of backing up SQL Server databases, different backup types, and backup strategies. The immediate purpose of...

What is faster inside SUM & AVG: 0 or NULL?

There are three aggregate functions that are most often used in practice: COUNT, SUM and AVG. The first one has already been discussed previously,...

What is the fastest way to calculate the record COUNT?

I have always liked simple questions with lots of pitfalls. Here is the one: how do you count the total number of records in...

How to specify parameters in a report through the command line

dbForge Studio for SQL Server gives you an opportunity of automating the variety database management processes. One of them is specifying parameters in a...

Capturing SQL Server Trace Data

One of the best ways to gather information about SQL Server workloads is to capture trace information. In this article, we will look at...

Analyzing SQL Server Events with help of Events Profiler

dbForge Studio for SQL Server provides the SQL Events Profiler tool that captures SQL Server events from a server. The events are stored in...

Adventures of CLR Types in .Net Framework

Summary: This article describes the issue occurred with execution of the a polygon instance of the geography type and the possible solution for it. Once...

SQL Server Typical Maintenance Plans – Part 1: Automated Index Defragmentation

It's incorrect to consider a database as a stable unit, since various kinds of undesirable situations can appear over time — database performance degradation,...

dbForge Studio for SQL Server is Ready for Work!

Devart proudly presents dbForge Studio for SQL Server — a new set of SQL Server tools for database developers and administrators. All users who have...

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