MS Wiki site

By Rajib Bahar at December 08, 2008 03:19
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I happened to run into a WIKIPEDIA like site called MSWIKI. They are not affiliated with MS in anyway. However, it is dedicated to be a site containing factual information on any microsoft products. Here is the link http://www.mswiki.com.

I kept clicking the random pages just like I do with WIKIPEDIA most of the time. It came to my notice that one of their entry was related to GMAT... Not sure why that was there.

My visit was not totally worthless. At least they had a link to Halo Wiki - http://halowiki.net. It may come in handy in future. :)

Trying to claim my blog at Technocrati

By Rajib Bahar at December 05, 2008 13:08
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Technocrati requires a link back to them... Here is the link Technorati Profile.

SQL Data Auditor program

By Rajib Bahar at December 03, 2008 06:27
Filed Under: SQL, .NET

My team and I have been working on building an enterprise tool to audit data in SQL Server. The 1st CTP permits you to remove redundant data. Other features will be available later. It is available for download at http://www.icdotnet.com.

Here is a screenshot: .

Some of my servers are down

By Rajib Bahar at December 01, 2008 12:05
Filed Under: SQL, .NET

Sorry everyone...

 

The websites http://www.icdotnet.com and http://www.icsql.com is down today.

 

It will be up if all works out by tomorrow. 

My article at Code Project

By Rajib Bahar at December 01, 2008 10:54
Filed Under: .NET
I was looking at an old article related to MS Active Directory and Novel Edirectory. I noticed it was viewed 127,000 times. So, I thought I'd link back to that article. See [http://www.codeproject.com/KB/system/arbauthentication.aspx].

My article at Code Project

By Rajib Bahar at December 01, 2008 10:54
Filed Under: .NET
I was looking at an old article related to MS Active Directory and Novel Edirectory. I noticed it was viewed 127,000 times. So, I thought I'd link back to that article. See [http://www.codeproject.com/KB/system/arbauthentication.aspx].

Powershell in SQL 2008 - playing with ArrayList

By Rajib Bahar at November 25, 2008 13:50
Filed Under: SQL, .NET

As most of us know already, that powershell is the new shell around SQL 2008 to automate database related routines. It reminds me of the manpages in unix itlabs at the UofM. Anyways, I'll start posting few entries related to it. The example below, shows you how to manipulate .NET collection classes. 

PS SQLSERVER:\> $c = New-Object "System.Collections.ArrayList"
PS SQLSERVER:\> $c.Add("test")
0
PS SQLSERVER:\>
PS SQLSERVER:\> $c.Add("your")
1
PS SQLSERVER:\>
PS SQLSERVER:\> $c.Add("mind")
2
PS SQLSERVER:\>
PS SQLSERVER:\> $c
test
your
mind
PS SQLSERVER:\>
PS SQLSERVER:\> $c | Select-Object -first 2
test
your
PS SQLSERVER:\> $c | Select-Object -last 2
your
mind
PS SQLSERVER:\>

Long night ahead

By Rajib Bahar at November 25, 2008 11:54
Filed Under: SQL
One of my SQL Server crashsed. I have a long night ahead... yikes. :( 

Videos I watch for fun...

By Rajib Bahar at November 25, 2008 11:48
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Welcome

By Rajib Bahar at November 25, 2008 10:42
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Welcome to my blog site. Just restarting the blog...

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