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Sybase’s Openclient SDK 15.7

SAP Adaptive Server Enterprise

It doesn’t work with Microsoft Visual Studio 6. It requires Visual Studio 2005 (minimum). Digging out my 2005 disc. Starting to build the DBD::Sybase ActiveState PPMs for Windows 32bit and 64bit. Should have at least one version out tomorrow

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Wanted: Microsoft SQL Server DBA (Chicago, IL)

Microsoft

Position Responsibilities Provides DBA services for Production, test, and development databases Administers and maintains the production, test, and development databases. Performs SQL code releases Reviews application designs for compliance with production acceptance requirements. Complies with IT policies and procedures, especially those for quality and productivity...

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Andrew E. Bruno: Database Design with Dia

MyDatabases

Back in December of 2007, Andrew E. Bruno wrote an excellent article on how to use the open source program Dia to design databases.  He used the resultant design to create a MySQL database but the same principles could be used to create just about...

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FW: Migration Migraines

SAP Adaptive Server Enterprise

Migration migraines: the top seven DBA data headaches Posted by Adrian Bridgwater Once or twice a year I get to work with an excellent DBA pal from Illinois called Jason Froebe who describes himself as a, “Perlmonger capable of speaking fluent munchkin.” His personal blog...

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Anybody running VMware’s VMotion in production?

VMware

Don’t know what VMware VMotion is? VMotion allows you to easily move one virtual machine to another VMware ESX host that is connected to the same storage mechanism (presumably SAN) with no downtime. Looks promising 🙂 Dell has a demonstration using Microsoft SQL Server where...

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