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Quick Summary: Conversion of a HASHBYTE (SHA2_256/SHA2_512) does not correctly convert to a varchar datatype -> varbinary datatype. The value returned should match the input supplied in this case.
Created on 5/24/2013 (updated 1 week ago) | 0 validations | 1 workaround | 1 comment | feedback id: 788570  | 
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Hi MS, Drag/Drop of files into SSMS works using a Non-UAC enabled OS. When moving to a UAC enabled OS - it is only possible to drag files (into the Query Editor) if UAC is disabled: http://superuser.…
Created on 3/14/2012 (updated 30 weeks ago) | 1 validation | 1 workaround | 3 comments | feedback id: 731149  | 
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The function HASHBYTES generates a hash output of a given input. The HASH Output is generally short (16 bytes - 128 bits)-MD2/4/5 or 160 bites (20 bytes) for SHA/SHA1. Unfortunatly the output of H…
Created on 1/12/2011 (updated 197 weeks ago) | 0 validations | 0 workarounds | 1 comment | feedback id: 635710  | 
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BOL States: CHARINDEX ( expression1 ,expression2 [ , start_location ] ) If either expression1 or expression2 is of a Unicode data type (nvarchar or nchar) and the other is not, the other is conver…
Created on 3/1/2010 (updated 123 weeks ago) | 1 validation | 0 workarounds | 7 comments | feedback id: 537610  | 
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SQL 2008: Version: 10.0.2531 -> Any version of SQL linked server (2000/2005 both tested and generate the error). When expanding the catalogue for a linked server a stack dump is generated, various …
Created on 1/20/2010 (updated 189 weeks ago) | 3 validations | 1 workaround | 6 comments | feedback id: 525926  | 
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Create a table: MyTable Fields: ID, MYdate DateTime Add some date (200 rows will suffice). Then perform a data export from the table by query, e.g. select id, mydate from Mytable t…
Created on 12/17/2009 (updated 193 weeks ago) | 0 validations | 0 workarounds | 3 comments | feedback id: 520912  | 
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SQL Server Database, with a handfull or procedures fails to script out objects correctly. Select the database, Right click , tasks -> generate sql scripts Work through the wizard (Selecting only …
Created on 11/27/2009 (updated 82 weeks ago) | 0 validations | 0 workarounds | 3 comments | feedback id: 515057  | 
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When performing a group by operation on a recursive CTE, this performs a lot slower than expected. The problem is not the recursion, but the group by operation forcing excessive reads (x3 the numbe…
Created on 8/26/2008 (updated 313 weeks ago) | 0 validations | 1 workaround | 6 comments | feedback id: 363569  | 
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In a number of scenarios, UDFs are not performing correctly, with error messages being reported which are completly inaccurate. All the demo examples here use database: AdventureWorks In a numbe…
Created on 8/14/2008 (updated 189 weeks ago) | 0 validations | 0 workarounds | 3 comments | feedback id: 361793  | 
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Nice simple problem, when the go command was updated to run as go <count> this broke go /*<comments>*/ Now go <comments> generates the following error: A fatal scripting error occurred. Inco…
Created on 8/11/2008 (updated 30 weeks ago) | 3 validations | 0 workarounds | 9 comments | feedback id: 361251  | 
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