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SQL SERVER 2014 Hosting - ASPHostPortal :: How to use Output Parameters in SQL Server and ASP.NET

clock May 4, 2015 05:57 by author Mark

The out parameters in SQL Server, when used in Stored Procedures, allow developers to pass a value in the database to the front-end controls like label. They are most commonly used in web application development.
Let us discuss how to create and use them in ASP.Net with a practical example. First we will design our database.

  • Create a database in SQL Server.
  • Let us create a table with three columns, say username, password and confirmation password.

Create table logintable(username varchar(max),password varchar(max),confirmpassword varchar(max))

  • Let us create our Stored Procedure.

Here we have created a Stored Procedure named usplogintable with username, password and confirmpassword as input parameters. The next variable that I have created is the @error variable of varchar type. You can see the keyword "out" near the varchar. Yes, your guess is correct, the keyword "out" stands for the output parameter in SQL Server.

We will execute this Stored Procedure as a batch so we have begins and ends. Then, "set nocount on" avoids returning the number of rows affected.
The if condition checks whether the username exists in a database and if the answer for it is yes, the @error variable is set with the username already taken or it inserts the values into the table and sets the @error variable as the username inserted.

Executing the Stored Procedure also requres a different style. First you need to declare a variable, you need to specify the output parameter on execution and you need to write a select query at the end to make it execute. Here is my sample for the preceding sp.

I have inserted the table with the values markus, mark and confirm password as mark.

  • I can guess what you are thinking. “How can I use it in my server-side code?”. Yeah, I am an ASP.Net developer and I have the solution for this. Here are the ways.

Additionally, you must also open your Visual Studio or press Ctrl+r and type devenv.
Create an ASP.Net web application with the framework being above 2.0. First create a form in ASP.Net with three labels and three textboxes with names as username.password and confirmpassword as shown in the screen below.

Okay. Let me take you through a tour of the server-side code on it. I will use ADO.Net here for the database connectivity. I will add my logic on my button click. Add using statements for the namespaces System.data and System.Data.SqlClient since these are not the default namespaces in .Net.

Add the following code by double-clicking the submit button.

  • Here I have created the connection string in my fashion and you can use your own style in your application as usual.
  • Thats it. We are done. Press Ctrl+F5.
  • If you provide the inserted usename.
  • And if you provide a new username, yuppy, it is inserted.

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SQL SERVER 2014 Hosting - ASPHostPortal :: Automatic SQL Server Backup Utility using Sqlserver Agent

clock March 23, 2015 08:22 by author Mark

Automatic SQL Server Backup Utility using Sqlserver Agent

It is a sample C# (Visual Studio) application for Automatic Sql server Backup Utility using sqlserveragent. I have used SQL-DMO dll. This article will show you how to create a automatic backup in Sql server.
This code should work on any PC use VB.NET and installed SQL Server(any edition or Client Components for SQL Server.
SQLDMO (Which installed always bt MS SQL Serveror MS SQL Server Client Tools
To do:

  • First enter your SQL Server username and password on corresponding Text Box.
  • Set backup Start date & Backup Time
  • After Finishing this then please check manually it will working or not
  • Manual working procedure:
    • Run Sql sever enterprise Manager
    • Select management Option
    • Open Sql server agent
    • Open Jobs window
    • Check whether job item exist or not
    • Right click on newly created job item then, we will get one
    • Popup menu, then select start job
    • After finish the job then check folder "D:\backup" bkp file created or not

Add reference to SQL-DMO dll

You can do this by right clicking the project in Solution Explorer, then selecting 'Add Reference', COM components and the latest version of "Microsoft SQLDMO Object Library".

Available Server

public void dIsplayServerList(ComboBox cboListName)
{
    try
    {
        SQLDMO.Application oSQLServerDMOApp = new SQLDMO.Application();
        Info.informationLayer info = new Info.informationLayer();           
        SQLDMO.NameList oNameList;
        oNameList = oSQLServerDMOApp.ListAvailableSQLServers();
        for (int intIndex = 0; intIndex <= oNameList.Count - 1; intIndex++)
        {
            if (oNameList.Item(intIndex as object) != null)
            {
                cboListName.Items.Add(oNameList.Item(intIndex).ToString());
            }
        }
        if (cboListName.Items.Count > 0) cboListName.SelectedIndex = 0;
        else cboListName.Text = "(Local)";
        }
    catch
    {
}
}

Available databases

public void dIsplayDatabases(ComboBox cboDatabase,Info.informationLayer info)
{
    try
    {
        SQLDMO._SQLServer SQLServer = new SQLDMO.SQLServerClass();
        cboDatabase.Items.Clear();
        SQLServer.Connect(info.strServerName,info.strLoginName,info.strPwd);
        foreach (SQLDMO.Database db in SQLServer.Databases)
        {
            if (db.Name != null)
                cboDatabase.Items.Add(db.Name);
        }
        cboDatabase.Sorted = true;
        if (cboDatabase.Items.Count == 0)cboDatabase.Text = "<No databases found>";
    }
    catch (Exception err)
    {
       info.ErrorMessageDataLayer = err.Message;
    }
}
Create Job on Server Agent:
public void CreateJob_Sql(Info.informationLayer info)
{
    try
    {
        SQLDMO._SQLServer SQLServer = new SQLDMO.SQLServerClass();
        SQLDMO.Job SQLJob = new SQLDMO.Job();
        SQLDMO.JobSchedule SQLSchedule = new SQLDMO.JobSchedule();
        SQLServer.Connect(info.strServerName, info.strLoginName, info.strPwd);
        switch (SQLServer.JobServer.Status)
        {
            case SQLDMO_SVCSTATUS_TYPE.SQLDMOSvc_Stopped:
            SQLServer.JobServer.Start();
            SQLServer.JobServer.AutoStart = true;
            break;
        }
        SQLJob.Name = info.strDatabaseName;
        SQLJob.Description = "Check and Backup" + info.strDatabaseName;
        SQLServer.JobServer.Jobs.Add(SQLJob);
        SQLJob.Category = "Database Maintenance";
        SQLDMO.JobStep aJobStep = new SQLDMO.JobStep();
        aJobStep.Name = "Step 2: Backup the Database";
        aJobStep.StepID = 1;
        aJobStep.DatabaseName = info.strDatabaseName;
        aJobStep.SubSystem = "TSQL";
        //------>>> If BackUp Folder is Not Found then create BackUp Folder                
        string   DirectoryName = "D:\\BackUp";
        if (Directory.Exists(DirectoryName)==false)
        {
            System.IO.Directory.CreateDirectory(DirectoryName);
        }
        //------>>>
        string sExt;
        sExt="EXEC master.dbo.xp_sqlmaint '-S " + info.strServerName + " -U " + info.strLoginName + " -P " + info.strPwd + "  -D " + info.strDatabaseName + " -CkDB -CkAl -CkCat -BkUpMedia DISK -BkUpDB D:\\Backup  -BkExt BAK -DelBkUps 2weeks -BkUpOnlyIfClean -Rpt D:\\Backup\\BackDB_Checks.txt'";
        aJobStep.Command = sExt;
        aJobStep.OnSuccessAction = SQLDMO_JOBSTEPACTION_TYPE.SQLDMOJobStepAction_QuitWithSuccess;
        aJobStep.OnFailAction = SQLDMO_JOBSTEPACTION_TYPE.SQLDMOJobStepAction_QuitWithFailure;
        SQLJob.JobSteps.Add(aJobStep);
        SQLJob.ApplyToTargetServer(info.strServerName);
        aJobStep.DoAlter();
        SQLJob.Refresh();
        aJobStep.Refresh();
    }
    catch (Exception Err)
    {
        info.ErrorMessageDataLayer = Err.Message;
    }
}

Create Job shedule on  server Agent:

public void CreateShedule_Sql(Info.informationLayer info)
{
    try
    {
        //it will take bkp every week 2 day
        SQLDMO.Job SQLJob = new SQLDMO.Job();
        SQLDMO._SQLServer SQLServer = new SQLDMO.SQLServerClass();
        SQLDMO.JobSchedule SQLSchedule = new SQLDMO.JobSchedule();
        SQLServer.Connect(info.strServerName, info.strLoginName, info.strPwd);
        SQLJob = SQLServer.JobServer.Jobs.Item(info.strDatabaseName);
        // create a new JobSchedule object
        SQLSchedule.Name = "Weekly Backup";
        SQLSchedule.Schedule.FrequencyType = SQLDMO.SQLDMO_FREQUENCY_TYPE.SQLDMOFreq_Weekly;
        SQLSchedule.Schedule.FrequencyInterval = 2;
        SQLSchedule.Schedule.FrequencyRecurrenceFactor = 2;
        // // start on Mar22, 2015 - at 12.55
        SQLSchedule.Schedule.ActiveStartDate = info.intStartDate;
        SQLSchedule.Schedule.ActiveStartTimeOfDay = info.intStartTime;
        ////  this schedule has no end time or end date
        SQLSchedule.Schedule.ActiveEndDate = 99991231;
        SQLSchedule.Schedule.ActiveEndTimeOfDay = 235959;
        ////  add the schedule to the Job
        SQLJob.BeginAlter();
        SQLJob.JobSchedules.Add(SQLSchedule);
        SQLJob.DoAlter();
        //SQLJob.JobSchedules.Refresh();
        info.ErrorMessageDataLayer = "New Sql Job [Databasename= " + info.strDatabaseName + " ]Sucessfully Created.  ";
    }
    catch (Exception err)
    {
        info.ErrorMessageDataLayer = err.Message;
    }
}

Syntax (SQL Server)

xp_sqlmaint 'switch_string'
[
    [-S server_name[\instance_name]]
    [-U login_ID [-P password]]
    {
        [ -D database_name | -PlanName name | -PlanID guid ]
        [-Rpt text_file]
        [-To operator_name]
        [-HtmlRpt html_file [-DelHtmlRpt <time_period>] ]
        [-RmUnusedSpace threshold_percent free_percent]
        [-CkDB | -CkDBNoIdx]
        [-CkAl | -CkAlNoIdx]
        [-CkCat]
        [-UpdOptiStats sample_percent]
        [-RebldIdx free_space]
        [-WriteHistory]
        [
            {-BkUpDB [backup_path] | -BkUpLog [backup_path] }
            {-BkUpMedia
                {DISK [    [-DelBkUps <time_period>]
                            [-CrBkSubDir ] [ -UseDefDir ]
                         ]
                | TAPE
                }
            }
            [-BkUpOnlyIfClean]
            [-VrfyBackup]
        ]
    }
]
time_period
number[minutes | hours | days | weeks | months]

Syntax (SQL Server)

sqlmaint
[-?] |
[
    [-S server]
    [-U login_ID [-P password]]
    {
        [ -D database_name | -PlanName name | -PlanID guid ]
        [-Rpt text_file [-DelTxtRpt <time_period>] ]
        [-To operator_name]
        [-HtmlRpt html_file [-DelHtmlRpt <time_period>] ]
        [-RmUnusedSpace threshold_percent free_percent]
        [-CkDB | -CkDBNoIdx]
        [-CkAl | -CkAlNoIdx]
        [-CkTxtAl]
        [-CkCat]
        [-UpdSts]
        [-UpdOptiStats sample_percent]
        [-RebldIdx free_space]
        [-WriteHistory]
        [
            {-BkUpDB [backup_path] | -BkUpLog [backup_path] }
            {-BkUpMedia
                {DISK [    [-DelBkUps <time_period>]
                            [-CrBkSubDir ] [ -UseDefDir ]
                         ]
                | TAPE
                }
            }
            [-BkUpOnlyIfClean]
            [-VrfyBackup]
        ]
    }
]

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SQL Server 2014 Hosting with ASPHostPortal.com :: How to Restart an Interrupted SQL Server Database Restore

clock August 23, 2014 09:53 by author Kenny

SQL Server is Microsoft's relational database management system (RDBMS). It is a full-featured databse primarily designed to compete against competitors Oracle Database (DB) and MySQL.

Like all major RBDMS, SQL Server supports ANSI SQL, the standard SQL language. However, SQL Server also contains T-SQL, its own SQL implemention. SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) (previously known as Enterprise Manager) is SQL Server’s main interface tool, and it supports 32-bit and 64-bit environments.

In this article, we will tell you about how to restart an interrupted SQL Server Database Restore.
Have you ever restored a large database on a Failover Cluster Production Server and while the restore was in progress, due to network failure, the restore failed? Once the SQL Server came up on the other node all the databases came up, except for the database which you were restoring prior to the failover. In this tip we will take a look at the command RESTORE DATABASE...WITH RESTART to see how this command can be helpful during such scenarios.

Here is the solution

The RESTORE DATABASE...WITH RESTART command is a very useful command which is available in SQL Server 2005 and higher versions. A Database Administrator can use this command to finish restoring an interrupted database restore operation.

In the below snippet you can see that ProductDB is in a (Restoring...) state once the SQL Server came online after the unexpected failure.

During such scenarios one can execute the RESTORE DATABASE...WITH RESTART command to successfully complete the database restore operation.

Below are two commands.  The first gets a list of the backups on the file and the second does the actual restore with the restart option.

-- get backup information from backup file
RESTORE FILELISTONLY
FROM DISK ='C:\DBBackups\ProductDB.bak'
GO

-- restore the database
RESTORE DATABASE ProductDB
FROM DISK ='C:\DBBackups\ProductDB.bak'
WITH RESTART
GO

Below you can see that after running the RESTORE DATABASE...WITH RESTART command the database was successfully restored allowing user connectivity.



SQL Server 2014 Hosting with ASPHostPortal.com :: Important New Features in SQL Server 2014

clock June 11, 2014 11:19 by author Kenny

Good news, Microsoft release SQL Server 2014 recently. SQL Server 2014 has several compelling new features that can definitely justify an upgrade. For OLTP, the most exciting new feature in SQL Server 2014 is In-Memory OLTP (aka "Hekaton"), which allows you to move individual tables to special in-memory structures. The performance boost can be as huge as 30x.

New In-Memory OLTP Engine

SQL Server 2014 enables memory optimization of selected tables and stored procedures. The In-Memory OLTP engine is designed for high concurrency and uses a new optimistic concurrency control mechanism to eliminate locking delays. Microsoft states that customers can expect performance to be up to 20 times better than with SQL Server 2012 when using this new feature.

Enhanced Windows Server 2012 Integration

SQL Server 2014 provides improved integration with Windows Server 2012 R2 and Windows Server 2012. SQL Server 2014 will have the ability to scale up to 640 logical processors and 4TB of memory in a physical environment. It can scale up to 64 virtual processors and 1TB of memory when running on a virtual machine (VM).

SQL Server 2014 also integrates with several new and improved features in Windows Server 2012 R2 and Windows Server 2012. For example, SQL Server 2014 supports the OSs' new Storage Spaces feature. With Storage Spaces, you can create pools of tiered storage to improve application availability and performance. In addition, SQL Server 2014 can take advantage of the OSs' Server Message Block (SMB) 3.0 enhancements to achieve high-performance database storage on Windows Server 2012 R2 and Windows Server 2012 file shares. Many enhancements were made to SMB 3.0, with the most notable being SMB Transparent Failover and SMB Direct. The new SMB Transparent Failover feature provides highly reliable SMB storage that's fully supported for applications like SQL Server and Hyper-V. With the new SMB Direct feature, you can leverage the NIC's Remote Direct Memory Access (RDMA) feature to provide access speeds for SMB file shares nearing the access speed for local resources.

Enhancements to AlwaysOn Availability Groups

AlwaysOn Availability Groups provides an effective solution for high availability for SQL Server 2012 / 2014 in on-premises deployments as well as for Windows Azure VM deployments. SQL Server 2014 also contains multiple enhancements for AlwaysOn Availability Groups. The maximum number of secondary replicas is increased from 4 to 8. When disconnected from the primary replica or during cluster quorum loss, readable secondary replicas now remain available for read workloads. There are also additional supportability enhancements.  Note that another enhancement is the Add Azure Replica Wizard. This will not be covered, since it requires VPN hardware etc. that is currently not easily available.

Updateable Columnstore Indexes

Things are changing now with SQL Server 2014, because Microsoft has resolved the above mentioned issues – with some magic and illusion: SQL Server 2014 provides you an Updateable Clustered ColumnStore Index! Let’s have a more detailed look on how this magic and illusion happens internally in SQL Server.
The first most important fact is that an underlying direct update of a ColumnStore Index is not possible! It would be too time consuming to do the complete decompress and compress on the fly during your INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE transactions. Therefore SQL Server 2014 uses help from some magic: Delta Stores and Delete Bitmaps. Let’s have a more detailed look on both concepts.

SQL Server Data Tools for Business Intelligence

The BI aspects of SQL Server have also been improved. Data Tools for Business Intelligence are used to create SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) models, SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) reports, and SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) packages. SSDT BI is based on Microsoft Visual Studio 2012. The database also supports Power BI for Office 365, with Power Pivot and Power View for data analysis and visualization.

Power View has been extended to provide support for multidimensional models, and for queries written using Data Analysis Expressions (DAX). A new Excel add-in, Power Query, lets you integrate data into Excel, and Power Map provides 3D mapping.

Why Should Upgrade?

Upgrading to a new release is usually a difficult decision for most organizations. However, SQL Server 2014's new In-Memory OLTP engine, with its promise of significantly improved application performance, offers a very compelling reason to upgrade for customers using SQL Server to support OLTP applications. One great way to find out the type of performance improvement that you might get out of SQL Server 2014's In-Memory OLTP capability is to download and install the SQL Server 2014 Evolution Edition and use the AMR tool to analyze your production workload. The AMR tool supports collecting data on SQL Server 2008 and later instances. This will give you a good idea of the type of performance improvements that you might expect to get using the new In-Memory OLTP engine as well as the changes that you might need to make to implement it. SQL Server 2014's In-Memory OLTP support promises to boost your database application performance to the next level



SQL 2014 Hosting with ASPHostPortal.com:: How to Backup All SQL Databases with Simple Script

clock June 11, 2014 09:16 by author Ben

SQL Server Backup Script to backup SQL Server databases. It loops through all the databases dynamically using a select statement to the master database where all the names of the databases are located on the instance. It backs up each database, except those specified in the WHERE clause which you can add your unwanted databases to be backed up.

Here is the script that will allow you to backup each database within your instance of SQL Server.  You will need to change the @path to the appropriate backup directory.

File Naming Format DBname_YYYYDDMM.BAK

DECLARE @name VARCHAR(50) -- database name 
DECLARE @path VARCHAR(256) -- path for backup files 
DECLARE @fileName VARCHAR(256) -- filename for backup 
DECLARE @fileDate VARCHAR(20) -- used for file name

-- specify database backup directory
SET @path = 'C:\Backup\' 
 
-- specify filename format
SELECT @fileDate = CONVERT(VARCHAR(20),GETDATE(),112)

DECLARE db_cursor CURSOR FOR 
SELECT name
FROM master.dbo.sysdatabases
WHERE name NOT IN ('master','model','msdb','tempdb')  -- exclude these databases

OPEN db_cursor  
FETCH NEXT FROM db_cursor INTO @name  

WHILE @@FETCH_STATUS = 0  
BEGIN  
       SET @fileName = @path + @name + '_' + @fileDate + '.BAK' 
       BACKUP DATABASE @name TO DISK = @fileName 
 
       FETCH NEXT FROM db_cursor INTO @name  
END  
 
CLOSE db_cursor  
DEALLOCATE db_cursor

File Naming Format DBname_YYYYDDMM_HHMMSS.BAK

If you want to also include the time in the filename you can replace this line in the above script:
-- specify filename format
SELECT @fileDate = CONVERT(VARCHAR(20),GETDATE(),112)


with this line:
-- specify filename format
SELECT @fileDate = CONVERT(VARCHAR(20),GETDATE(),112) + REPLACE(CONVERT(VARCHAR(20),GETDATE(),108),':','')


In this script we are bypassing the system databases, but these could easily be included as well.  You could also change this into a stored procedure and pass in a database name or if left NULL it backups all databases.  Any way you choose to use it, this script gives you the starting point to simply backup all of your databases.

Also, if you wanted to bypass some of your user databases you can include them in the NOT IN section as well.
and the next steps :

  1. Add this script to your toolbox
  2. Modify this script and make it a stored procedure to include one or many parameters
  3. Enhance the script to use additional BACKUP options


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SQL Server 2014 Hosting witrh ASPHostPortal :: New Feature of SQL Server 2014 - SSD Buffer Pool Extension

clock June 11, 2014 07:54 by author Kenny

In this article I'm going to talk about one of the new feature of SQL Server 2014. As you know SQL Server 2014 contains some interesting new features. Although SQL Server Standard Edition is limited to 128GB of memory, teams deploying on Standard Edition have an option to fit more of their working set in low latency storage Buffer Pool Extensions that are introduced with SQL Server 2014. Well, the Buffer Pool is one of the main memory consumers in SQL Server. When you read data from your storage, the data is cached in the Buffer Pool. SQL Server caches Execution Plans in the Plan Cache, which is also part of the Buffer Pool. The more physical memory you have, the larger your Buffer Pool will be (configured through the Max Server Memory setting).

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Creating a buffer pool extension for SQL Server 2014 is like being able to define a different page file in Windows. As data pages move into memory, they begin to fill up the buffer pool. If the buffer pool fills up, the less frequently used pages will be paged to disk. Then when they're needed again, they'll be swapped with something else in the buffer pool and moved back into memory. The buffer pool extension option allows you to define an SSD as a buffer file location. Because SSD is so much faster than spinning disk, the paging is considerably quicker, which increases performance dramatically in some cases. You can define a buffer pool extension file up to 32 times the size of your memory.

Prior to SQL Server 2014, the management of data and index pages in the buffer pool was handled by the buffer manager. This has not changed with the release of SQL Server 2014, a change in the architecture has allowed for creation of a hybrid buffer pool. The hybrid buffer pool now consists of the existing buffer pool plus an extension that resides on nonvolatile storage or an SSD. The buffer manager still deals with identifying those pages in the buffer pool that can be expunged, when required pages for a request are not residing in memory but on disk. This practice is still handled and undertaken by the buffer manager. In addition to the buffer manager deciding on which pages should be in the buffer pool or not, it is now identifying those pages which are considered as “clean pages” and migrating those pages out of the buffer pool onto the BPE to allow for even more data to reside in the buffer pool. This practice is providing the following benefits to your SQL Server environment (as stated in the Microsoft BPE article):

  • Increased random I/O throughput
  • Reduced I/O latency
  • Increased transactional throughput
  • Improved read performance with a larger hybrid buffer pool
  • A caching architecture that can take advantage of present and future low-cost memory drives


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