Bojan Petrovic

Bojan Petrovic

Bojan Petrovic

Bojan has a passion for working with computers, servers, and network technology, and electronics. He likes to stay updated with developments and the most recent technology. He currently works at ApexSQL LLC as a Support Engineer with a bachelor’s degree in IT Network and Electronics Technology.

He helps customers with any technical issues and does quality assurance (testing applications and preparing for production) for ApexSQL Complete, ApexSQL Refactor, and ApexSQL Search free add-ins.

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How to implement error handling in SQL Server

June 15, 2018 by

Error handling overview

Error handling in SQL Server give us control over Transact-SQL code. For example when things go wrong we get a chance to do something about it and possibly make it right again. SQL Server error handling can be as simple as just logging that something happened or it could be us trying to fix an error. It can even be translating the error in SQL language because we all know how technical SQL Server error messages could get making no sense and hard to understand. Luckily we have a chance to translate those messages into something more meaningful to pass on to the users, developers, etc.

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4K resolution and high DPI: What you need to know about it to have great visuals

April 26, 2018 by

4K resolution, AKA Ultra HD, refers to a horizontal screen display resolution in the order of approximately 3,840 pixels. On two-dimensional display devices such as computer monitors, it represents display resolution of 3840×2160 pixels which is four times as many pixels as regular Full High Definition (1920×1080). What this means for users is the more pixels per inch (PPI) the higher resolution on the monitor. In other words, you can be closer to the monitor and still enjoy a crisp, clear picture.

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How to configure database mail in SQL Server

November 22, 2017 by

Database Mail, as you would expect from its name, is a solution for sending e-mail messages from the SQL Server Database Engine to users. Using Database Mail, database applications can send e-mail messages that can, for example, contain query results or simply alert a user about an event that occurred in the database.

The process of Database Mail configuration has three main steps. In order to complete this successfully, we need to:

  • create a Database Mail account,
  • create a Database Mail profile,
  • and configure those two to work together
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