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C# is a general-purpose, managed, garbage-collected, object-oriented programming language created by Microsoft.

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Trace unclosed connections

I get timeout errors every couple of days or so between IIS7 and an SQL 2008 Server. The error message I get is: System.InvalidOperationException: Timeout expired. The timeout period elapsed prior to ...
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Restoring database always throwing exception

I am trying to restore some database backup file into the same database. The .bak file is creating problem always. When I select the .bak file from a network drive like "\\TestPC\ShareFolder\test.bak" ...
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how will nvarchar(max) store data in database will it be fast if some data is less then 4000 characters?

I have to develop a CMS which will support two Language English, Arabic. This CMS will be a sort of Article Publishing site. While designing & analysis i found that some articles are more than ...
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Local user login access in sql server 2008

I have a created a local user called 'MynetDB' with SQL Server Authentication (password) in SQL server 2008. Server roles is public and user mapping to 2 databases as db_owner and public. Status has ...
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Getting the metadata about a Query and a Stored procedure in SQL Server

I would like to get all the names of the columns in a given query [SQL Textual Query] and also the columns that are in the SELECT clause in a Stored Procedure. Is there any ways other than using ...
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What's the solution for corrupted MDF files?

We are working on an MDF file that has been corrupted, because a virus deleted 2 MB from the header of the file. We also have another backup of this MDF File from 3 months ago. Both MDF files have ...
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Can the service-broker cause SQL Server to crash when using SQLDependency

I have C# application that uses SQLDependency to get updates from a message table. I have tested it quite extensively and worked great in the development environment but when I ran it on the ...
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Design for file based with many events

I'm not a database guy but I need to design a database to store events for our application. Our client app connects to remote hardware and syncs count data. The count data are csv files split into /...
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Designing a database tables for the following scenario

I just got following entities Employee, Client and Company. Where Employee and Client have one to many relationship with Company ie A single employee may be mapped to attend to many companies and ...
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SQLCLR TVF that calls web service is getting error 401: Unauthorized

I am calling a web service from a SQLCLR TVF in SQL Server 2008 R2. On the IIS server this service has open permissions. When tested using GET or POST requests on a browser the web service works as ...
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Why does DataContext.SubmitChanges() Exist?

I'm not sure if this goes here or on Stack Overflow, but I figure someone here might know it. Why did the developers of LINQ decide that not only do you need ctx.InsertOnSubmit(item); but you also ...
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How to import a varbinary(max) column with bulk import?

I have a varbinary(max) column that I need to bulk import. The data I'm putting into this column is a byte[] in C#. How do I format the data in the comma-delimited file used for bulk import? In ...
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How can I guarantee that inserts to SQL Server 2008 R2 are cached in RAM first?

Imagine a stream of data that is "bursty", i.e. it could have 10,000 events arrive very quickly, followed by nothing for a minute. Your expert advice: How can I write the C# insert code for SQL ...