This writing is like an encyclopedia for the SQL statements and stored procedures used to enumerate, attach, and detach databases on a SQL Server instance. It lists the statements and stored procedures that you can use and discusses them in simple examples.
Archive for the ‘Data Access’ Category.
This lesson discusses all the details of SQL Server logins. It begins by discussing how to create SQL Server logins. After that, it focuses on how to change the properties of existing login. Next, it discusses how to delete an existing login. Moreover, we will focus on how to enumerate a list of existing logins and roles. Lastly, we will talk a look on how to manage login permissions in SQL Server. In addition, we will link between SQL Server and .NET Framework and we will teach you many techniques other than what this lesson is focusing on.
Starting from version 2.0, .NET supports a mechanism to enumerate the SQL Server instances in the local network. This is done by System.Sql.SqlDataSourceEnumerator class that resides on the assembly System.Data.
Binary Large Objects (BLOBs) are pieces of data that have -usually- exceptionally large size (such as pictures or audio tracks). These values stored in SQL Server in an image column.