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How to set different connection colors in SSMS

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In Microsoft SQL Studio Management Server (SSMS) there is an interesting feature that helps users quickly determine which connection tab they are using currently this can be done by setting custom connection colors in SSMS for different SQL Server nodes. In this blog we are going to see how we can use this feature Open … Continue reading How to set different connection colors in SSMS

Displaying Line Number in SSMS Query Editor

Sometimes while working on large SQL Queries we may face errors. SSMS tells us the line where the error has occurred after the faulty query gets executed but there is no line no. in the Query editor so it is tedious sometimes to fish out these errors. The solution to this issue would be adding … Continue reading Displaying Line Number in SSMS Query Editor

How to convert SQL table into Excel sheet and Excel sheet into a SQL Table

Introduction: Sometimes a user wants to analyze their SQL query results in Microsoft Excel or import existing Excel data sheets as tables in SQL in order to do various data transformations. In both scenarios we can achieve this goal as: Converting Data from SQL table to Excel sheet: Go to tools option on the toolbar … Continue reading How to convert SQL table into Excel sheet and Excel sheet into a SQL Table

Connect D365 CRM CDS Database from SQL Server

Many times, we feel like why I can’t access D365 CRM Database directly from MS SQL Server, so here is my blog that will guide you on how you can connect D365 CRM CDS Database using MS SQL Server Steps to enable D365 CRM CDS Database to make it connect from MS SQL Server: Login … Continue reading Connect D365 CRM CDS Database from SQL Server

Testing SQL server connectivity without any tool

Sometimes we wanted to test SQL server connectivity, but we don’t have any tools to test then we can follow below steps. In this we are going to test connectivity with Azure SQL server.  Open Notepad and save file with the extension UDL.   Open this file and it asks for Server details and credentials.  We can … Continue reading Testing SQL server connectivity without any tool

Triggering Azure Pipeline from on premise SQL Server

In this blog, we are going to Trigger ADF Pipeline whenever there is insert or update operation is performed on on-premise SQL Server. Steps: Create ADF Pipeline.In this case we have already created Pipeline. And below is Dataflow. Create PowerShell Script (for Authentication and Triggering Pipeline).Below is the code for authentication and triggering of Pipeline, … Continue reading Triggering Azure Pipeline from on premise SQL Server

Making SQL Server Accessible Over Internet

We can Make the SQL Server Accessible over Internet by following steps: 1. System should have static IP where SQL server is installed. 2. Open SSMS, right click on server > properties and check SQL Server and Windows Authentication mode 3. Go to Server > Security > Logins and configure password for users, who will be accessing the … Continue reading Making SQL Server Accessible Over Internet

Adding Data Source to Tabular Model

In this blog we will see how we can add data source(SQL Server) to tabular model Pre-requisite: SQL Server with AdventureWorksDW2017 database Go to Tabular Model Explorer > Data Source and Click on Data source and select Import from data sourceand it will prompt to select data source, in this case we will select SQL … Continue reading Adding Data Source to Tabular Model

Count Number of weekends between 2 dates in SSRS

Problem: There is no in-built function in SSRS where we can count the number of Saturdays and Sundays between any two dates in SSRS. This is a needed function for scenarios where we only need to get a count of working days.’ Solution: Following is a formula that can be used for getting an accurate … Continue reading Count Number of weekends between 2 dates in SSRS

Commands to Import .bacpac file to D3FOE SQL Server

Introduction: This blog article will explain how to import a .bacpac file to Microsoft SQL Server which is created from Finance and Operations database that is based on Azure SQL Server. You can refer steps here for creating .bacpac file. Following points are recommended for smooth and secure importing of .bacpac file Take a backup … Continue reading Commands to Import .bacpac file to D3FOE SQL Server