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Author: ronen ariely Created: 08/10/2010 21:01 RssIcon
In Ronen Ariely Public Blog you can find technical posts mostly in the field of Data Platform and developing.

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By ronen ariely on 06/06/2020 12:53
Multiple reports arrives in the forums starting 9 hours ago but Microsoft Azure subscription Service Health only alert me about one hour ago! My conclusions: follow the forums and report in the forums for others to get the information fast
By ronen ariely on 29/05/2020 21:07

When we create DSN to the Azure SQL Database using Microsoft tool odbcad32.exe, then the password is not saved. Therefore, each time we use the DSN we need to fill the password. Can we skip this task and store the password in the DSN cata?

Note! This is a pure answer to a question in Microsoft new forum interface Q&A. The forum does not allow me to publish the answer raising the absurd error "Exceeded the Normal request".

By ronen ariely on 28/05/2020 02:32

This is a simple step-by-step tutorial to demonstrate how we can create auditing of logout event using Extended events, on Azure SQL Database. It basically present an answer to a question in the MSDN forum.

By ronen ariely on 18/05/2020 18:07

When executing the powershell command Get-AzSqlDatabaseGeoBackup I am getting an error which claim that the Azure logical server does not exists in the current subscription, while the server is alive and I can execute the command Get-AzSqlDatabase and get all the databases in the server!

Get-AzSqlDatabaseGeoBackup : 40647: Subscription '9be5b21d-3676-40f1-baec-16c10ae909ec' does not have the server 'sponsor01'.

By ronen ariely on 08/05/2020 23:29
Does COLLATE important when we use the function UPPER on the text? Just a small sample related to a forum question, since I cannot add images in the comments
By ronen ariely on 07/05/2020 03:07
Application Change Analysis service is monitoring tool that supports viewing changes for all resources across Azure subscription on Azure portal. Sound awesome! So let's review what works and what not so much...
By ronen ariely on 02/05/2020 20:12
Microsoft Build is an annual conference event held by Microsoft, aimed at software engineers and web developers using Windows, Microsoft Azure and other Microsoft technologies. The attendee price is usually above 2000$ each year, but not this year! Microsoft announced that the conference will be held online this year and the registration will be free. Keep reading and register ASAP since there might be limitation in number of registrations!
By ronen ariely on 22/04/2020 09:42
When we are trying to create a custom name for a new vNet while creating managed instance using the portal, the default name is not changed. The comment in the portal explicitly says "To create new subnet select option with the prefix (new)". Unfortunately, this does not works (tested on Chrome Version 80.0.3987.122). if you use Azure Web Portal and you are going to create a new Azure SQL Managed Instance service, then you should keep reading, since I found a small bug. More interesting is that I will present a simple workaround I found.
By ronen ariely on 11/04/2020 01:41
Execute a job from inside another job is a simple task like executing any query. We simply need to start the external Job using the built-in stored procedure msdb.dbo.sp_start_job. Unfortunately if we have multiple jobs which needed to be executed in specific order Synchronously (meaning that only when one job end then the next one start), is a more complex task using the built-in SQL Server Agent. In this post I will mentioned several options to solve this task.
By ronen ariely on 07/04/2020 01:40

Let's assume that we have two databases A and B and we want to swap the names so the old database A will become B and the old database B will become A. In first glance you might think that you can simply backup both databases and restore database A with the name B and restore database B with the name A. This solution for swat two databases was presented in the MSDN forum. In this post I explain why this is not so simple and demonstrate one of the problematic issue in swapping databases this way.