AlwaysOn Setup New User on Read Only Replica

All you need is to create the same login on the second server preserving it’s sid, and you can do this first by copying the login’s sid from sys.server_principals and then by creating the same login using with sid like this: Example: On Primary Database: On Read Only Replica Database: Sources: https://dba.stackexchange.com/questions/174946/creating-a-sql-login-and-user-on-an-alwayson-replica

Repair SQL Server Management Studio

Issue: D:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio 18\Common7\IDE\Ssms.exe Ssms.exe is corrupted or missing. Fix: To repair Management Studio open Control Panel, go to Programs and Features, locate SQL Server Management Studio using the scroll bar and double click on it. You can also just upgrade to a newer version of SQL Server Management Studio.... » read more

Always On Error: The remote copy of database has not been rolled forward to a point in time that is encompassed in the local copy of the database log

Error: The remote copy of database x has not been rolled forward to a point in time that is encompassed in the local copy of the database log Fix: Make sure you disable existing log backup job that is automatically backing up the log file. Sources: https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/sqlserver/en-US/3916b3cd-f8f1-4471-9ed9-cdb32dce242a/the-remote-copy-of-database-x-has-not-been-rolled-forward-to-a-point-in-time-that-is-encompassed-in?forum=sqldatabasemirroring

Blazor Url Parameter

Install the following for NuGet… Microsoft.AspNetCore.WebUtilities Example: https://localhost/Page1?SupplierId=123 Sources: https://www.c-sharpcorner.com/article/working-with-query-string-or-query-parameter-in-blazor/

Unable to connect to SQL Server Remotely

Issue: Unable to connect to SQL Server remotely. Able to connect on the server. This is for a newly installed instance of SQL Server. Fix: Make sure “Named Pipes” and “TCP/IP” protocol is enabled. Go to SQL Server Configuration Manager -> SQL Server Network Configuration -> Protocols for MSSQLSERVER Make sure Named Pipes and TCP/IP... » read more

Using Option Recompile to Increase Performance

I encountered an odd situation where appending OPTION (RECOMPILE) to my query causes it to run in half a second, while omitting it causes the query to take well over five minutes. There are times that using OPTION(RECOMPILE) makes sense. In my experience the only time this is a viable option is when you are using dynamic SQL.... » read more

Using the SQL Execution Plan for Query Performance Tuning

There are number of general signs in the SQL Execution Plan that indicate potentially bad performance spots on the query. For example, the most expensive operator that has the highest cost, related to the overall query cost, is a good starting point for the query performance troubleshooting. In addition, the fat arrows, that followed with thin ones, indicates... » read more