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How to Authorize Additional Connections after Connecting to a Database Engine in SQL Server

In this article, users can learn to authorize additional connections after connecting them to a Database Engine in SQL Server. Users can easily connect Database Engine to tools which are running in a computer, especially if they know the names of the instance, or if they are connecting to the engine as a part of the Administrator group. Note that in order to connect a database engine user needs to operate the connection procedure from the host SQL server. Steps for determining the...

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Understanding Hierarchyid Data Type in SQL Server

This article addresses the meaning and usage of hierarchyid data type and the method used in SQL Server. Hierarchyid can be defined as a system data type or a variable length. As the name suggests it is used for representing different positions in a hierarchy. However, column type of hierarchyid doesn’t automatically represent a hierarchy tree. It completely depends on the application, to assign and generate hierarchyid values in a way that the values are able to reflect their...

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How to Deal with ‘A Constraint Violation Occurred’ Installation Error in SQL Server

This article addresses the installation error ‘A Constraint Violation Occurred’ and how users can solve it. This is among the most common problems witnessed by most people while installing SQL Server in Windows. Usually, this error occurs when the setup SQL Server Cluster creates a failover cluster manager with a network name resource which automatically leads to a fail. Programmers often find themselves caught up with an error which slows down their work speed. This violation is caused...

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