If the SQL Server databases being manged are a few GB in size each, then having a single .mdf file for data is fine. However, if the size is anywhere in the hundreds of GB or more, then a single .mdf file is certainly not the way to go. Related to this, please checkout my … Continue reading SQL Server – Breakup A Monolithic Data File (Database) Into Multiple Small Files And Breakaway From Shrinking!
Data is in another DB/Instance - but logic needs to be in this DB/instance Your logic in the current database/instance sometimes is driven by data in a completely separate SQL Server instance. People do this using different methods Use LinkedServer to bring over and join data Use SSIS or another mechanism to copy the data … Continue reading SQL Server: Using Data From Another Instance To Drive Logic In Current Instance (Using Linked Server)
Permissions are complex! Permissions management is not easy. You have a lot to deal with Direct user privileges via grants Privileges to AD Group login of which user is part of User could be part of multiple AD groups which have a login on the instance Privileges granted to the role that user is in … Continue reading SQL Server – Find Effective Permissions of An User At Database, Server or Object Level – The Right Way!