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accepted Separate stored procedures for inserts and updates?
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comment Separate stored procedures for inserts and updates?
Can you please elaborate how upsert will look like ?
Dec
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comment Separate stored procedures for inserts and updates?
@MartinSmith it could be IDENTITY - but then , it will be used for : scope_ident ( for insert) , or by id (for update).
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comment Separate stored procedures for inserts and updates?
@ypercube Thanks for helping :-)
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asked Separate stored procedures for inserts and updates?
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awarded  Yearling
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comment Understanding SQL Server encryption (by password)?
can anyone please help me finding an example of Automatic Key Decryption ? I've searched. didnt find .
Nov
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accepted Shrink my .mdf file in SQL Server?
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comment Understanding SQL Server encryption (by password)?
Thanks for replying. Where can I find a decent example for "Automatic key decryption" ?
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accepted Understanding SQL Server encryption (by password)?
Nov
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comment Understanding MS SQL Server encryption and backups
@Remus can you please have a look in my new question ( very related) dba.stackexchange.com/questions/29287/…
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asked Understanding SQL Server encryption (by password)?
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awarded  Nice Question
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accepted Understanding MS SQL Server encryption and backups
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comment Understanding MS SQL Server encryption and backups
HI , yes there is a password but in a previous stage. when I created by :CREATE MASTER KEY ENCRYPTION BY PASSWORD = 'DB Master key password!' GO - I did created it with a password. but the strange thing is that when i open it - i dont need the password this is excatly the code youve pasted. This is the thing which I dont understand. If im a hacker - i dont care about the password used to create it. all I need to do is OPEN SYMMETRIC KEY MySymetricKey DECRYPTION BY CERTIFICATE MyCertificate` and there is NO password here. please correct me
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asked Understanding MS SQL Server encryption and backups
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accepted SYMMETRIC key & certificates role in sql server?
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comment Common Table Expression (CTE) benefits?
@jnk thanks.......
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accepted Common Table Expression (CTE) benefits?