Everyone likes to read into numbers and significant dates. Numerology (wiki) attributes a connection from the world of numbers to the physical world. Even though I don’t believe in such things, I can’t help but take advantage of the opportunity to focus on the number ‘11.’ It’s eleventh day of 2011. Toad’s Development Manager is [...]
Toad® Stuff (Retired)
This is where I’ll post my content concerning Quest Software’s Toad Product Family.
It happens more often than I like to admit, but I was asked a question about Toad that I could not figure out. A co-worker was trying to help a customer emulate a SSMS feature – the ability to program stored procedures to a keyboard shortcut or keystroke sequence. I got part of the way [...]
I have been really hard on Excel lately. Excel is an excellent tool. Tools can be misused and abused, but it’s not their fault. I should know this being an advocate for Toad, but I digress. Updated on 1/5/2011 to include 4th Method and add note on ‘Display all results in grid’ option. You want [...]
There are SO many little nuggets in Toad that you can take advantage of. To list all of them would be a daunting task. Here’s one that you may have overlooked, Custom Queries. If you right-mouse-click on an object in the Schema Browser, you’ll see a list of operations you can perform. Take a second [...]
Load testing is an interesting topic. Application load testing is what most people are familiar with. They either use something like LoadRunner, or they ask half the company to ‘jump on the website and start clicking buttons.’ But what about the database? In this case, what about SQL Server? Will it be able to sustain [...]