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All versions of Microsoft SQL Server (not MySQL). Please also add a version-specific tag, like sql-server-2016, since it is often relevant to the question.

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Looking up a formula for a conversion like this seems really bad. I'd use a function or stored procedure to do this and put the logic there. A simple SELECT could be written like so, but this does dep …
answered Nov 8 '13 by Tanner
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I don't believe you can apply a template after a trace file is saved, however you can work around this by exporting the results to a table. If you open the trace file in SQL Profiler and the navigate …
answered Jul 30 '13 by Tanner
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I think the answer to this in both yes and no. You said: This is a greenfield deployment so there is no existing data to be migrated. If this is an initial deployment then I see no issue with …
answered Sep 3 '13 by Tanner
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The common sense approach would be to cleanse and sanitise the data on import. Creating a view to mask the problem is not fixing the underlying issue, it's just hiding it. Also, having the views is u …
answered Feb 1 '17 by Tanner