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Nice to see you again, Bill. Used to see you on the VISBAS-L in the late '90s.
Was searching for Bill Vaughn the actor and ended up on your blog.
Anyway, was surprised by that "extole". Should be "extol", I guess.
Ah, yes, I'm intimately familar with the Profiler and how VS works. The problem is that in this day and age, the two teams (VS and SQL Server) still haven't created a VB-like (or C#-like) intelligent code editor/debugger for TSQL scripts. It's not just the debugging part which can be done in VS, it's having to go back and forth and back and forth to pick up features in one that's not in the other.
I don't understand. You can use Profiler to step through, start, run to cursor, pause, stop, and toggle breakpoints for your queries. You can also use SQL Server 2005 in conjuction with Visual Studio 2005 for step into/over/out, breakpoints, call stacks, and variables for stored procedures, functions, triggers, aggregates, and UDFs. What am I missing?
I gave up on Ghost for my Thinkpads years ago. I use the Lenovo R&R program that can be downloaded from their site.
I am wondering how you get into the Ghost program.
Just got a used IBM T30 and I cannot get past the [OK] button in Ghost
because neither the USB mouse nor the Trackpoint will work.
Therefore Ghost is completely unresponsive.
It seems that the Ghost floppies need more support files.
Have tried every way I know of to activate [OK] including
Tab, Enter, etc. I know I can use arrow keys once I get past the initial ghost screen.
I would much rather have a single Ghost image than composite backups
I am using Ghost 8.2 floppies that have USB support.
They work fine on several other desktops that have USB mouse.