I am an independent SQL Server consultant in Richmond VA and enjoy working with different IT teams with any variety of data need. I can be reached at email@example.com.
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I find myself needing to import files from time to time and usually use SSIS to import the data–normally to a temp table. I did so the other day and got this error. SSIS package “MyTest.dtsx” starting. Information: 0x4004300A at … Continue reading
Saturday December 9th found me in Washington DC for SQL Saturday 173. As we are planning an event in Richmond, I opted to volunteer more than I have in the past so I could be closer to the logistics and … Continue reading
October 18th, I spoke at the Roanoke SQL Server users group. While not a big group, there was a good comradery and I enjoyed meeting the people there. I spent the night in Roanoke with the family and we enjoyed … Continue reading
I have a client that wants to ability to see the ad-hoc queries/scripts I write for them. These aren’t things that go into production or a source control environment. While it is only a couple of clicks, it became tediuos … Continue reading
I have had a pretty good life on the D list as a DBA here in RVA and I am looking to bump it up a notch–you know, take it to a new level. I have found so many different SQL Bloggers … Continue reading
I registered for the SQL Saturday in Washington DC on December 8th. Should be a good one. Hope to see you there.
The Richmond SQL Server Users Group is trying to bring a SQL Saturday event to Richmond. We are currently working with various locations to determine the best place for us and are looking for a date early next year. If … Continue reading
I have moved my site from Google site to WordPress.com and hopefully this will allow me to provide better content for my potential customers. I am in the process of trying to bring my old posts over and hopefully will … Continue reading