I’m going to follow in the footsteps of Gail Shaw and Grant Fritchney by posting a copyright. Both these SQL Server MVP’s are on my Blogs page.
All of the entries on this blog are copyright by John Miner. While the functions and procedures of the base software are documented by the companies such as Microsoft, IBI, or Perl Organization, the unique combination of these components arranged together to solve a solution is my creation.
Any solutions in which I extended someones work, credit is given by mentioning the orginal owner and a link back to his or hers site.
The full content of any post (blog entry) may not be published elsewhere without prior permission from the copyright holder, namely me. All code examples are free for use as long as the header remains intact and a link back to this site, www.craftydba.com, is maintained.
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