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BOOK: Beginning Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Programming
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Where are the two bonus online appendices, as mentioned in the contents?

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Default Restart SQL Server instance on Windows Cluster

Hi All,

We have a active-passive Windows cluster environment, built on Windows 2003 Enterprise edition. On this cluster, there are 6 SQL 2005 instances residing.

Now, I need to restart one of this SQL instances. I would like to know what is the best way around to restart the SQL instance on this windows cluster environment.

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We have a active-passive Windows cluster environment, built on Windows 2003 Enterprise edition. On this cluster, there are 6 SQL 2005 instances residing.
You might get more responses by posting this in the SQL Server 2005 topic area.
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Hi,

Where are the two bonus online appendices, as mentioned in the contents?

Cheers,
Felix
Five months have passed since this post and there is still no answer. The writers of the book and the publisher are very UNPROFESSIONAL. I have also posted this on Amazon.

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I found them in the same place where you download the code for the book. Search for the book by ISBN 978-1-118-102282 and then click on the link to download code.
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Thanks, ETruss. I checked the last time when I posted my reply and they weren't there. They must be posted there in the last month. The writers of the book and the publisher are so very slow (or apathetic) in responding to requests.
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