Category Archives: Denali

Setting up a SQL Server 2012 RC0 VM

I ran across this excellent article last week, but forgot to share it before I went offline for the Thanksgiving holiday. Fortunately it was waiting for me in a browser tab this morning to remind me. How to Build a … Continue reading

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SSIS in RC0

If you’ve been following the pre-release versions SQL Server 2012 (previously code-named “Denali”) you’ve probably been using the Community Technology Preview (CTP3) that Microsoft released back in July. You probably have already seen the Release Candidate (RC0) that was made … Continue reading

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SQL Server 2012 RC 0 Available for Download

If you’re working with the pre-release versions of SQL Server 2012, or if you’re thinking about preparing for its release, today is a big day. The first release candidate has been published on the Microsoft Download Center: http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=28145 RC0 is … Continue reading

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Your Window Improvements May Vary

I love my new job. This morning I’m sitting in a training session organized by the SQL Server team to bring Microsoft team members up to speed on new Business Intelligence capabilities in SQL Server “Denali”. The session is about … Continue reading

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Back in the SSISaddle

Testing… Testing… Is this thing on? Although I still get the occasional comment on older blog posts, I assume that pretty much nobody subscribes to my blog anymore for SSIS information. When I joined Microsoft Learning in October 2008, the … Continue reading

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