I hope this script does not become infamous for the wrong reasons! Please use caution. I had to help a team recreate everything in a database and test their scripts but leave the roles and role grants in place. Basically, this meant that I could have scripted out the permissions and recreated the database but … Continue reading PowerShell: Drop All SQL Server Tables, Views, SP’s, Functions, Types etc.
Cloning is perhaps not the right term to use here but let us pretend that it is and keep going. Let us say that you want to install SQL Server on another host say NewHost but you want it to have the same settings as another host/instance on say ModelHost. In fact, let us say … Continue reading Clone A SQL Server Software Installation
As I blogged before, I am in the process of downgrading most of our Enterprise Edition SQL Servers to Standard Edition. The Uninstalls and Installs are done from the command-line. When I tried to install SQL Server 2012 Standard from the command-line, I used the following command-line I have added new-lines above so that you … Continue reading SQL Server – Resolve “The /IAcceptSQLServerLicenseTerms command line parameter is missing or has not been set to true.”
This is one of those fresh ideas I wish I had but in reality it did not occur to me until it came down to me for execution from above me. Good job managers! Kudos. Sorry, I did not come-up with this! Execution: "I can do really well and you have got the best". I … Continue reading PowerShell: Save Millions By Downgrading Your SQL Server Edition & Partially Automate It!
I am working on a DevOps deployment tool to automate all DB infrastructure related deployments (in PowerShell). It has a SSRS side to it besides other components. i.e., SSRS reports have to be deployed. The functions at a high level In this post, I want to publish a few functions that I created around SSRS. They … Continue reading PowerShell – Working With SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) – Get/Set Data Sources & Deploy Reports