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Should I opt for a new database or adding more tables?

this is a question around best practice that I'm currently dealing with. I have a database (SQL Server 2008 R2) with a heap of tables (around 40) with data, now the need has risen to have logging of ...
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Are #tables and #procedures 'not best practice' or 'bad practice'?

I am working on a project and part of it is an interface tool that executes SQL code stored in a xml file to import/export files. In the file, temp procedures and temp tables are used quite heavily ...
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Memory Allocation in Shared DB & IIS Environment

In my use case, we have production servers that host both IIS & SQL on the same machine, not ideal but no flexibility to change that. Basically a single machine is both a DB and an Application ...
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When importing raw files for internal conversion, should I use a secondary database or just isolate them within the database?

When importing raw files for internal conversion, should I use a secondary database or just isolate them within the database? I've got between 1.25 and 2GB of CSV files to be imported (and already ...
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Microsoft Baseline Configuration Analyser on Production

I came across an useful tool that Microsoft has released for configuration analysis. It's called Microsoft Baseline Configuration Analyser 2.0. I downloaded and ran it on my local instance and got a ...
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260 views

SQL Server Job logging best practice

To be able to design a robust Job in SQL Server, we need to have log for each step of the job. I know there are different options available which help us for troubleshooting a job, but what if we want ...
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874 views

Best practices for creating partition schemes and functions

I'm implementing partitioning for the first time in SQL Server 2008 R2. I've several large tables that I am partitioning. My main question is: Should I use the same Partition Scheme and Function for ...
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AUTO_UPDATE_STATISTICS and FULLSCAN in SQL Server 2008 R2

Is it possible to force FULLSCAN when statistics are updated automatically by SQL Server 2008 R2? If not, is a planned UPDATE STATISTICS WITH FULLSCAN the best way to keep statistics up-to-date? ...