What's best for DBAs? GUI or T-SQL commands?

By Bill Graziano on 4 September 2002 | 4 Comments | Tags: Administration


Narayana Vyas Kondreddi submitted "This article discusses the advantages and disadvantages of using the SQL Server graphical administration tools (Enterprise Manager) versus the T-SQL administrative commands, with specific examples. Read up and decide for yourslef, if you want to be a point-and-click DBA or a T-SQL scripting expert!" Follow the link to What's best for DBAs? GUI or T-SQL commands?...

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