looks to me like buying these external drives (and then selling the empty cases on Ebay) has got to be the cheapest way in the world to get a bunch of harddrive space.
I sure wish I had picked up a couple of these.. I just really don’t like external drives.. they’re dangerous, in my opinion.
This is a repository for US Census Data for SQL Server 2008 with spatial information. Some of the data that is and will be included will be for states, counties, cities, and zip codes. The project will be updated as the data is available in SQL Server 2008 format.
Please note that this tables contain geometry data types made for the “Flat Earth Model.”
Data downloaded from http://www.census.gov and imported using the SQL Server 2008 Spatial Tools (http://www.sharpgis.net/page/SQL-Server-2008-Spatial-Tools.aspx) by Morten Nielsen
City table is now available!
After downloading the files I recommend installing them through SQLCMD because the files are too big to open in an editor. The command line I use is:
sqlcmd -S ServerName -d DatabaseName -U UserName -P Password -i “FileName”
sqlcmd -S localhost -d MyDatabase -U MyUser -P MyPassword -i “c:dbo.table.state.sql”
have I ever told anyone how much I love ‘IF THIS THEN THAT’
Well.. now it works with Microsoft SkyDrive..
I wonder what that means for SharePoint 2013?
Hey do I have any friends that are using PowerPivot?
Let me know if you do, would love some help
Visio & Project are being made available online via Office 365.
1.Restore the production backups
2.Do some work on them to decrease their size
3.Back up the smaller databases