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SQL Server Auditing and Recovery With ApexSQL Log 2016

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ApexSQL Log is a powerful SQL Server transaction reader for forensic auditing and rollback of malicious and/or unintended changes for Microsoft SQL Server. It is an ideal cost solution for recovery, row changes and/or before-after auditing. ApexSQL Log uses technology which enables it to read online transaction log files or transaction log backup files in […]

Getting an Application Insights Instrumentation Key inside Visual Studio itself

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Instrumentation Key is the key integration point between your application and the Application Insights.  This key is essential for sending the application telemetry data back to azure. If you create the Application Insights directly using Visual Studio; Visual Studio takes care of linking between your application and the key. If you create the Application Insights [...]

Text to Speech (and more) with Windows 10 UWP & ‘Project Oxford’

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We’re increasingly talking to machines and, more importantly, they’re increasingly listening and even starting to understand. In the world of the Windows 10 Universal Windows Platform, there’s the SpeechRecognizer class which can do speech recognition on the device without necessarily calling off to the cloud and it has a number of different capabilities. The recognizer … Continue reading Text to Speech (and more) with Windows 10 UWP & ‘Project Oxford’ →

tSQLt and the INSERT EXEC Problem - SQLServerCentral

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tSQLt and the INSERT EXEC Problem - SQLServerCentral




For those new to the tSQLt framework, you should know that the typical
pattern for testing a stored procedure that produces a result set is
to:




ASSIGN: Use a series of INSERT INTO …… VALUES(….) statements stage
the data to the tables that are going to be used in the procedure
Create a table to hold the expected results and stage the table with the expected data
ACT: Execute the procedure insert the results to the temp table with code like INSERT #actual EXEC myProc_sp
ASSERT: Compare the expected results to the actual results and throw an error if there’s a differenceUnfortunately, SQL Server has a restriction that you cannot nest an
INSERT..EXEC statement. If myProc_sp uses an INSERT..EXEC statement,
“INSERT #actual EXEC myProc_sp” fails with an “INSERT..EXEC statement
cannot be nested” message.




Rewriting the stored procedure to fit the framework involved a great
deal of effort and risk. Instead I wanted to get around...(Read whole news on source site)

How Company Culture Shapes Employee Motivation

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How Company Culture Shapes Employee Motivation



We’ve found that answering three questions can help transform culture
from a mystery to a science:



1) How does culture drive performance?

2)
What is culture worth?

3) What processes in an organization affect
culture?



In this article, we address each of these to show how leaders
can engineer high-performing organizational cultures — and measure their
impact on the bottom line.



(10 x the score for play) + (5 x purpose) + (1 2/3
x potential) – (1 2/3
x emotional pressure) – (5 x economic pressure) – (10 x inertia)...(Read whole news on source site)

Entity Framework Pitfalls: Attaching New Entities With Existing Related Ones

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One of the patterns in EF 6.x for attaching new entities to a context is to simply change it’s state to Added: ctx.Entry(myEntity).State = EntityState.Added; Entity Framework 6.x will traverse the entity graph of all the related entities and set all their states to Added too. This might be a problem. Imagine we want to … Continue reading Entity Framework Pitfalls: Attaching New Entities With Existing Related Ones

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