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SQL Server is a relational database management system from Microsoft.

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Scheduling database design approach

Unfortunately, I do not have the flexibility to use Quartz for scheduling and am left to build a simple scheduler for emailing based on frequency determined by user. A user can choose to receive the ...
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The most “correct” way of detecting changes to a database

We have a few 100's lines of code, that according to some complex logic decides if certain columns of certain entities should be updated from some legacy system. Those columns don't necessarily get ...
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Passthrough database views - what's the point?

I've inherited some legacy code which has some ostensibly strange views in an SQL Server database. They are basically complete passthroughs for a table. No column differences - a comparison of the ...
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Strategy to make sure relevant cache records are expired on data update

In our database, we have around 150 different tables. However, there are a handful of them that are key, as in they get referenced pretty much everywhere. We also have quite a few reports that we pull ...
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Best approach to connect master and child table while insert data in tables

I need advice what is best approach to connect data between master and child table. I have console application written in C# which scrape data from web, process data and insert them in table. Master ...
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Why does Microsoft SQL server default to failing on deadlock?

Why does Microsoft SQL server ( and possibly other SQL implementations ) default to failure when a deadlock is detected? Wouldn't it be more useful, at least as a default, for queries to be retried? ...
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Scalable database design review

I'm doing some research on how to scale our current SQL database and need some advice with a possible solution. The goal being able to handle more data and doing it in a way that performs well. We ...
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How to handle complex business logic permissions in the database?

I have a system in development and part of the system is how permissions are handled, business logic rules for this are very complex so after lots of trials, we couldn't fit them directly in the ...
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SQL Server: Which License? Any alternatives?

I'm working on a project which at the moment is not being used for any commercial purposes, and I'm managing the data by using a SQL Server Database. I read here that I should pay for it if I ever ...
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Net Core: Solutions to Update History Tables in Application Design

Our company did not properly design Address Record Code Module. Developers are updating Address SQL table with Multiple Service Methods, and are not updating AddressHistory Sql table. They're asking ...
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Is it true that ORM allows for changing the type of SQL that you use easily?

Hey so I have been looking into ORM since my last question and I am wondering. Instead of worrying alot right now about whether I will use mysql, postgre, or sqlite, would it be better to use ORM ...
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How do you approach one database per developer when working with a very large databases?

In our production environment we have a large database (SQL Managed Instance), roughly around 400-500 GB. We create a copy of this database and use it to restore in our development environment to ...
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Xml data type and Hstore to create and query dynamic fields on a SQL database

I'm developing a traceability platform for the agro industry(a web and Android application) where the user can define a series of processes where the raw material becomes a final product. Each process ...
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What is a simple implementation of onion architecture for C# ASP.NET Core WebAPI and SQL db that is not full DDD and CQRS?

I'm a programming teacher. My students learn structured and then object oriented programming in JavaScript and C#. They learn SQL, MS SQL Server, Dapper and EntityFramework Core. After this they ...
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How to design a process and use the business rules for sending alerts/notifications

Currently working on designing a process which demands me to send alerts like email notifications to the users which meet a business criteria(we can also call business rules). I want to make this ...
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Are legacy C# DataTable/SqlDataAdapters exponentially faster than SqlConnection/SqlCommand and/or LINQ to SQL DataContext.ExecuteCommand calls? [closed]

I can't believe DataTable/SqlDataAdapter massively beat out System.Data.Linq.DataContext.ExecuteCommand and ExecuteNonQuery (tried with both Stored Procedures and command text) and just straight ...
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MVC database connection .NET

Introduction I intend to create a .NET WinForms application (this will be a toy application) which connects to a SQL Server database backend. I have designed and implemented an object-oriented model ...
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Techniques for handling large reporting periods in MSSQL

We have a fairly large database with some fairly large tables (100s of millions of rows). Some of those tables are reported on. We have indexes in place to make this as fast as possible, but still ...
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What is the best practice to insert two similar records in sql server db table which will be sent to two different destinations?

I am working on parsing a file and inserting records into SQL Server DB.The database table structure will be something like this: A Users table which contains (id, name, address, destinationName,...
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How to store a limited set of custom properties without using an EAV Schema

I'm designing a solution in .Net which will be hosted on Azure. I have a system which will allow users to specify custom characteristics for their objects which they will track over time. I am certain ...
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Designing low fault software rest API calls to achieve data synchronization between two different systems

I have been looking for a better design approach and will be providing my problem statement here with a similar example. As I don't have logic already in place but have the solution in mind which I ...
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Application Security Trimming vs Database Security Trimming

We have a fairly complex Meetings Management solution which would have one meeting to contain different agendas which would contain some tasks and also documents, etc. There are also different roles ...
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Relational integrity without relations

I have about 15 years software engineering experience, writing business software with relational databases. Mainly SQL Server and Oracle. I've always been of the opinion that you should define ...
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Hashing from within the database or outside?

I am in the process of evolving architecture for an 'equity analysis system'. I will be using SQLServer as the database, but I am not going the .NET route and won't be using the built-in 'membership' ...
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How to create and store many statistics in SQL Server for Reporting Purposes

I have a C# Program that creats PowerPoint reports filled with statistics of a chosen (by the project manager who operates with the tool) company (each one has a companyID). The statistics are ...
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MSSQL client server architecture

BASIC QUESTION: We have a small application that uses a MSSQL database to save data. We want to use Windows-Authentification to allow each client (15 in total) to connect to the database to write/read ...
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How to make a data warehouse of a single full Database?

After learning about the data warehouse concepts whole day, I couldn't found a source that can actually say when you should not do data warehousing. In most tutorials I read, it says that DW is for ...
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Creating webhooks for a third-party application

First post here on Software Engineering, so I hope I don't goof up too much. I am writing software that integrates with an application written by a company that has a small development team. I have ...
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Queue management project - Recommendations

I would like to develop a Patient Queue management system with online booking. In this case there are options to generate queue tokens for various departments. For example dept A will have tokens ...
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How to Handle Item Prices Change for Reporting

I am building a Point of sales software with Sql Server 2008-R2. I am now confused about how to handle multiple items with prices change. Let us say price of Pepsi is $2.0 on 10-09-2019 but today it'...
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Database Design - Hierarchical Structure [closed]

1 We are trying to redesign a database that currently holds thousands of parameters for different datatypes and currently has a flat data structure. We generate XML files from the database, which ...
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How to Design for Monthly Database Refreshes?

I get a database every month with the prior month's data in it. There are three types of data: flag settings, demographic and transactional. I need to import the data into my standing database. ...
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How should I manage SQL Server logins for a desktop application?

I'm looking for a bit of guidance or someone to point me in the right direction. I have a C# WPF desktop application which accesses a local SQL Server Express database. The application is on a single ...
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How to do versioning for stored procedure?

Is there any way to create versioning for stored procedures? I have created an API which fetches data from a database using stored procedures. This API is being consumed from a mobile app. I released ...
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Downloading and appending data from AWS S3 whilst avoiding clashes

I have to upload a TSV file to an S3 bucket, the content is form submission data. Another service will consume and do things with this data as soon as possible. The service would like one large file ...
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Using a db as part of CI

I am designing a CI system where I need to leverage a database as part of the software build process for integration tests. Different developers on different branches of the same repo will want to run ...
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How to keep track of db tables used in various apps [closed]

I have N applications using ORM, SQL-statements and stored procedures to access M tables from an MSSQL Server 2017. There are some shared tables that are used by various apps. Let's say I am forced to ...
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Bridge/Join Table for a Many to Many Relationship between One Table and Multiple Others

Background I have a relational database an I want to have a table that contains flags. I want multiple tables in my database to have a many to many relationship with the flag table. Options I ...
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Venue Reservation System Logic Approach/Clarification

I hope this is the right place to ask since this is a programming related question. I’m developing a venue reservation app (similar to booking.com) and am almost done however I have 1 request for ...
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Best way to match timezone with time offset?

I have a c# solution which uses mssql database to store data. In my database there is a big table of entities (e.g. accounts) for each of which the TimezoneId field is defined. This field is filled ...
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Real-time application and RDBMS bottleneck

I'm currently developing a real-time application using .NET Core 2.2. Many IOT devices (could be up to 100) are concurrently sending messages via MQTT. These messages are parsed, elaborated to extract ...
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How to have SQL Server with Git, TeamCity and Octopus auto-deployment work with schema-level restrictions?

We are starting to integrate our SQL Server workflow with Git, by which I mean generating scripts for all objects and storing them in a Git repository so you can pull, edit, commit, push and apply, ...
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.NET WPF Best way to store a connection credential

I have an application that connects to SQL Server using windows credentials, which works very well for the domain paradigm. The client is now transitioning away from having a domain server, and is ...
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Multiple stored procedures or 1 with parameter

I need some advice... I started working at a financial business world recently. Looks like the DB architect uses auto generate function to create stored procs. At the end, we have way too many procs ...
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How to work with multiple databases efficiently (Development, Testing & Production)

Brief background I'm currently designing a COM DLL in .NET for use in MS Access by a few other developers. The Access application is hooked up to a SQL-Server & is supposed to just act as a front-...
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Is Entity Framework Core slower than using ADO .NET and stored procedures?

I'm looking at designing some new software for work, and I have been using EF Core quite a bit in my personal projects. In my mind, EF Core generates queries for the underlying data provider which ...
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Updating a Bound Context in One Database From A Master Database

Let's say I have two domains: Customers and Jobs. Customers is responsible for knowing what customers a user has access to. Jobs is responsible for knowing what jobs a user has access to (by ...
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Keeping objects in RAM vs more queries to the database

So this is my DataStructure: Project - Name - ID - Image - History - User - Comment When my application first starts it is pulling all projects with all details. obviously ...
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Benefits of placing error logs in a database by itself

I am working on a project where logs of all kinds (e.g. errors, warnings, etc.) are stored in a database table, in the same transactional database used for the other business purposes. It is a MSSQL ...
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Indexes on a SQL Server fact table

If I have a SQL Server fact table with four dimensions (OrderDate, Customer, Product, Region), my understanding is that it's best to create a non-clustered index per foreign key (dim key column in the ...

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