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SSW Update - Move your OLAP MetaData from Access to SQL Server

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SSW Tech Breakfast
The Best 3rd Party Tools - presented by Adam Cogan
In the big world of Microsoft it's easy to forget that there's a lot of other smart cookies out there building great programs and utilities. You could spend hours scouring the net for the latest .exe or you could save time and let Adam show you the best new products around. In this session Adam will show you tools that will help you write code quicker, upsize faster than ever before, and build better HTML pages, along with dozens of other useful tricks that will no doubt save you time if you're developing in SQL Server, Access, VB.NET and ASP.NET.
Thursday 31st March
8:00am - 11:00am at SSW
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SSW Tech Breakfast
The best tools to Audit Your SQL Server Database The SQL 2000 Best Practices Analyzer presented by Adam Cogan
Microsoft recently released a tool called Best Practices Analyzer. All SQL Server developers and administrators should run this tool. Come learn about many issues you cant afford to ignore from Database Design and Yukon Readiness to T-SQL issues and poor Configuration choices. This is a great session for everyone from the new SQL Server developer to the old DBA! You'll all be impressed when you see how to run the tool and how to fix the identified issues.
Thursday 28th April 2005
8:00am - 11:00am at SSW
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Database FAQ's and Links


How do I get the text value of my enumeration in .NET? .ToString() doesn't work! - answered by David Klein.
I have just bought a new PC that comes with Windows XP and Outlook Express 6 (OE 6). My old PC has Windows 98 and OE 5. I wish to migrate my OE email messages to OE 6 on the new computer. Can someone please advise me as to how to do this? - answered by Adam Cogan

The Cutting Edge

G'Day Developers!
Analysis Server will by default use an Access database to store the meta data for each of the databases. Presumably this is because you don't necessarily need to have SQL Server on the same machine as Analysis Server. You should change this repository to point to your SQL Server because it's a more secure, robust, and allows you to backup your data with your normal SQL Server backups. More on rules to better business intelligence.
Cheers until next time, Adam
SSW Chief Architect and Microsoft Regional Director, Australia

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Sydney .NET User Group - The best place to learn .NET for free in Sydney

Sydney .NET User Group 16th March 2005

Can you see yourself! November 2004 User Group

We have a jam packed session for you this month. Marten will be showing us how to implement a no-touch deployment solution that will make updating your application a breeze. Tatham will explore client side updates in ASP.NET, specifically usage of the new XMLHttpRequest classes that are available in JavaScript. Mark Liu will be presenting on web services, and finally, Adam will show us how to implement coding rules using SSW Code Auditor.

Hope to see you there!
Wednesday 16th March 6:00 pm at Microsoft, 1 Epping Road North Ryde
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Microsoft Access: Upgrading and Migrating to SQL Server and .NET

During November and December 2004, Jatin and I toured Australia presenting sessions and hands-on labs on Microsoft Access: Upgrading and Migrating to SQL Server and .NET. Due to its popularity, Microsoft have decided to run the conferences again in March. Register online now. I came across Thomas Williams' Blog You are going to a site outside of SSW, in which he was kind enough to Blog his experience You are going to a site outside of SSW of the conference he attended in Melbourne.

Left Quote Overall a great event, one of the best trainings I have ever attended. Right Quote

SSW SQL Total Compare - Utility to Manage SQL Server Replication

SSW SQL Total Compare SQL Server replication is a fantastic piece of functionality but can lead to a database administration nightmare. Data conflicts are a common occurrence and require constant attention. SSW SQL Total Compare reports the differences between the Publisher and Subscribers databases and makes the changes necessary to fully synchronize the data. SSW SQL Total Compare.

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SSW Software Audit

Companies from across the globe have been taking advantage of SSW's Software Audit Services. The common message that is received from clients is that getting their software built in-house can sometimes lead to a failure to identify design flaws and architectural insufficiencies. They need an unbiased second opinion from a knowledgeable source that can make recommendations to improve the quality of their software. More on SSW software audits

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