The release of SQL Server 2019 happened during the first day of Microsoft Ignite (4th November). Up until now, I’ve been using the release candidates for tests… so it’s good to have it all officialised!
Running scheduled tasks in SQL Server Express has to be done differently due to the limitations of the Edition. As well as having a maximum database size of 10GB and 1GB consumable RAM, Express does include the SQL Server Agent.
This is a post on moving tables from one schema to another in SQL Server. A semi-rare task for myself, although it could be more frequent for those who use schemas for things like staging tables/versioning.
This is a post on installing SQL Server via command; I have a Windows Server 2016 Core running on a local Hyper-V test environment, and I’m installing SQL Server 2019, then uninstalling it.