Chris Miller

Chris Miller is a database and system administrator with more years of experience in SQL Server than he cares to remember. He specializes more on the capacity planning, administration, hardware, and networking side of building large SQL Server infrastructures. Chris is also an avid user of Linux and MacOS X, and really wishes that everything worked as well as his iPod. He is proud to carry the title of Official Chef for and is a graduate of the University of Missouri-Rolla with a degree in Computer Science.


How to NOT trap errors in a stored procedure (1 December 2001)

Horizontal partitioning in SQL7 (19 December 2000)

Database Server Sizing (12 December 2000)

SQL Server 7.0/2000 Security Patch: Extended Stored Procedures Vulnerability (8 December 2000)

Single Database or Multiple Databases (6 December 2000)

Using Stored Procedures instead of Dynamic SQL (29 November 2000)

Transactional Replication Issues (14 September 2000)

Bit-Masks (25 August 2000)

Global Variables (24 August 2000)

Creating a Date Updated Field in Tables (24 August 2000)

Error message While Exporting Data and Replication (23 August 2000)

Return Recordsets from Dynamic Queries called by EXEC (23 August 2000)

Benchmark Software for Microsoft SQL Server (17 August 2000)

Time Zones (17 August 2000)

Access MDB Files and SQL Server Device Files (16 August 2000)

Converting Multiple Rows into a CSV String (15 August 2000)

Replicating Triggers (14 August 2000)

Choosing a replication type (26 July 2000)

SQL Server and Network Attached Storage (6 July 2000)

SQL Server and Read-Only Databases (5 July 2000)

New SQL Server 2000 Pricing Announced (OUCH!) (3 July 2000)

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