sp_send_dbmail fails with query result attached as file

sp_send_dbmail fails with query result attached as file

Sometimes a message coming from SQL Server engine can be misleading and confusing. I had such cases many times and decided to put a post every time I meet it

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Last week reading (2017-12-24) aka. Merry Christmas!

Thanks for visiting the page. This is a special week – the Christmas Week! Hope you will find some time to read great articles I have found for you. Here you

Last week reading (2017-12-17)

How Can I Become A Microsoft MVP? Many people ask how to achieve the title, so Kevin Kline [T] answers. Forget, it’s not a recipe – just do what you

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T-SQL Tuesday #97 – My learning plans for 2018

T-SQL Tuesday #97 is hosted by Mala Mahadevan [B|T] and this time the topic is “Setting learning goals for 2018“. Mala ask about our next year’s plans in terms of

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Last week reading (2017-12-10)

Thanks for visiting the page. Kamil started the thread last week. We think this could be a very good thread not only for you but also for us. We are looking for interesting topics

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SQL Saturday #687 Slovenia

Link to this (past) event: http://www.sqlsaturday.com/687/   Pictures

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Last week reading (2017-12-03)

Induction This is a new series. Posts in that series as summary of last week reading. So long I was thinking about it whether is it good idea to post

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My recap of PASS Summit 2017

When you doing something first time, predominantly jitters happens, right? Fine, it was not my first conference, I wasn’t in a speaker role this time, etc. However, certain voice in

Photo relation from PASS Summit 2017

It’s photo relation only at the moment. I will write down brief relation soon. Stayed tuned.

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ASF 004: Mark Broadbent interview

Introduction Mark Broadbent. Very active member of #SQLFamily, loves communicate via social media. Organizer of the very first SQL Saturday in United Kingdom – in Cambridge. Holder of very prestigious