Some object definitions will be wrong after using sp_rename. But there's another way to have an out-of-sync definition that most are unaware of.
Some (or maybe most?) languages and operating system command shells allow for breaking up long lines into multiple lines (i.e. lines separated by hitting Enter / Return). This is accomplished by ending a line with a particular character that indicates that the line is not ending. For operating system shells this means that the command… Continue reading Line-Continuation in T-SQL
"Trusted Assemblies", a new feature starting in SQL Server 2017, is a means of whitelisting Assemblies that one feels pose no threat, and can be created (and used) without needing to be a) signed and b) have a corresponding signature-based Login that has been granted the UNSAFE ASSEMBLY permission. In Part 4 of this series… Continue reading SQLCLR vs. SQL Server 2017, Part 6: “Trusted Assemblies” – Whitelisted Assemblies can’t do Module Signing
In the previous post in this series on SQLCLR in SQL Server 2017 — Part 4: “Trusted Assemblies” — The Disappointment — we looked at what the "Trusted Assemblies" feature is, what it meant to do, the problems with it, and what the better and more appropriate approach is. "Trusted Assemblies" is a simple mechanism… Continue reading SQLCLR vs. SQL Server 2017, Part 5: “Trusted Assemblies” – Valid Use Cases?