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Luis Darui

In my last blog I stated I wanted to implement the AlwaysOn Availability Groups with SQL Server 2016 and I would try the new automatic seeding option. I always found tedious to manually backup the

In a recent support case, a customer asked whether it would be possible to create an External Database Connection from ABAP (DBCON) to a SQL Server AlwaysOn Readable Secondary Replica. Short explanation about AlwaysOn: AlwaysOn Availability

Since SAP released the support for SQL Server 2016 to some products based on SAP NetWeaver – not all products are currently supported, see SAP Note 2201059 – I was preparing my test systems to upgrade

We recently received some incidents from customers having problems to finish their database upgrade on SQL Server. An essential part of upgrading SQL Server is running the Database Upgrade Completion, part of the SAP Tools

Often in Product Support, we receive support incidents asking how to remote connect to a SQL Server database. SAP NetWeaver (and all Business Suite systems based on NetWeaver, including SolMan) can connect to a database

You probably have heard that SAP Product Support is creating Knowledge Base Articles with embedded videos. Our Product Support team is now working on to create articles with videos to help customers and partners on

Hi everyone! I’m very proud to announce that as of November 1st, 2015 the new SCN Wiki SAP on SQL Server is available for community access in the following address: http://wiki.scn.sap.com/wiki/display/SAPSQL/SAP+on+SQL+Server Make sure to bookmark

Hi everyone, Months ago I worked with some SAP customers where they had some problems to startup their SAP Netweaver system after implementing AlwaysOn feature on SQL Server. Basically the problem was strdbs.cmd script in

Hello, During this week I’ve encountered some customers having difficult to upgrade their SAP NetWeaver JAVA stack on SQL Server. (It means that this post is specific for customers running SAP NetWeaver systems with JAVA

This blog post will cover some part of this topic which seems to be the most painful and unpredictable  situation: database corruption. They’re mostly physical inconsistencies, associated with storage and raid controllers (physical devices), drivers,