Reporting Services/Powerbi Report Server using WILDCARD certificate
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by /u/mariaxiil
12h ago
Hello, can Report Service/Powerbi Report Server use a wildcard certificate for https connection? We tried a guide from 2016 (greigmitchel) which didnt work and also found a similar MS forum question but answer was not verified and still didnt work for us. I also see other questions with issues on uploading PBIX files etc while using wildcard but not with SSL certs. In your experience, can report service work with a Wildcard certificate? If so, can you please guide how to properly configure? Thank you so much for any help. Were at the same spot as this guy - https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/a ..read more
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SQL Server Life Hack (status bar color)
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by /u/Antares987
13h ago
I don't know who needs to see this, but this is something I've done for years that's saved me from mistakes numerous times when connected to multiple database servers. Pretty common in my day-to-day to be connected to multiple servers at once. We've all been there, when we've got to hop onto a production server, or even a middle environment where we've got to work with some different data and we've got a bunch of tabs open. The color is sticky, so when you reconnect to the server, the status bar color will retain its setting. https://preview.redd.it/n0q3umltqklc1.png?width=689&format ..read more
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Windows SCSI storage target with 2 SQL cluster nodes, how to patch?
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by /u/donchevo3
14h ago
Hello Experts, Could anyone please help me? I have a two-node virtual VMWare SQL Windows cluster to be deployed. We have considered using a third VM Windows server as a storage SCSI target for the shared drives. Everywhere I've looked this is presented as a viable option. But, how do I go about patching the SCSI storage server without causing an outage? Or is this option just not valid and I stick with VMDKs and leverable between the nodes? Thank you submitted by /u/donchevo3 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Industry Standard for Pushing script to production ?
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by /u/dudemandude5
14h ago
We are a small DOTNET shop that does deploy to a web application every week. We have about about 15 developers, so there are a bunch of SQL scripts that needs to go out to production every week. What are some of the Industry standard to automatically push scripts to production ? right now our implementation manager run individual scripts manually submitted by /u/dudemandude5 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Is msclusters a good Database Hosting provider?
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by /u/rawand-faraidun
17h ago
Hello. ​ I want to know if there is anyone who used https://www.msclusters.com? and if so what do you think about it? submitted by /u/rawand-faraidun [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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SQL Server Local Connection
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by /u/Ella121298
17h ago
Hi all, I'm incredibly new to SQL. I have been hitting execute on a pre-made query for a few months, but moving forward I am needing to familiarize myself with the language/system so I am taking an online course. I have access through my company. When I signed on for the first time, someone who knows very little more than I helped me to connect to a server with company tables. For the sake of practice I would like to be able to connect to a local server. (I do have read only access to the company server, so I'm sure I could do no damage) The below connection prompt provides the DDFW serve ..read more
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How to manually failover AG groups if Primary is down?
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by /u/AdhesivenessOk8425
1d ago
i came across a scenario on what will happen to AG groups if our primary site goes down. Lets say we have HA configured between Primary site and DR site through Always on. The failover method is set to Manual and in asynchronous mode. Now due to some issues if the Primary site goes down, how will we be able to do failover? I believe the AG will go to resolving state. In the scenario where we have only secondary node available, will be able to manually failover from Primary to Secondary? submitted by /u/AdhesivenessOk8425 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Linked Server set up
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by /u/Any-Promotion3744
2d ago
Trying to set up Linked Servers between two SQL Servers. I created a login on the remote server (sql login) and added rights to a view to that account. When creating the linked server, I try using the "Not be made" security option and use the correct local and remote login but keep getting an error about login not being mapped. If I choose the last option of be made using this security context, it lets me create the linked server but I can't query the view using the local login (it does work with my windows account). not sure what I'm doing wrong ​ ​ submitted by /u/Any-Promotion3744 [visit ..read more
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How do i import a file into sql server?
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by /u/HungrySlayer
2d ago
Hello, I am currently in class and need to import a database to my sql server app, I have 2 type of files, one is .accdb and one is .sql, how would i go about inserting my database so it shows in "Databases " folder? Thanks! submitted by /u/HungrySlayer [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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How to measure/improve write performance?
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by /u/rebirthofmonse
2d ago
Good afternoon, I'm new with SQL Server on Linux and I'd need your advices to monitor/improve write OPS on my server We have a java tool using JDBC to: read data from Sybase ASE (no where clause, just get the data) write it to SQL Server the tool is reading/writing in batches I'm familiar with Sybase but not with SQL Server so I'm looking for any tools/commands that would help me to measure write performance and how to improve them. What could be the settings at the level of SQL Server to improve that? follow SQL Server best-practices on Linux Monitor the transaction log? Enough memory to ..read more
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