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Jeffrey Verheul is a DBA and database developer from the Netherlands, with over 10 years experience in the Microsoft stack. After a short side-track as a software engineer, he returned to his true love: SQL Server. His main focus is on database development, performance tuning and database administration. He is a member of the Friends of Red Gate, and blogs regularly on devjef.wordpress.com.

Contact:
Mail: DevJef [@] hotmail [.com]
Twitter: @DevJef
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  16. Kees de Vries says:

    read your article in sdn magazine about the CDC feature in SQL Server – really excellent: short, clear and to the point. It would have saved me days of work if I had only read it some years ago.

    Perhaps I may suggest a subject for a future, follow-up article? How to transport the captured data to the secondary database that is to receive and process the changes? And how to automatically process the data in the receiver database? Does SQL Server provide any standard solution for this?

    bedankt & tot ziens!
    Kees de Vries

    • DevJef says:

      Thanks Kees, it’s really good to hear you liked it!
      I like your idea about a follow-up article. If you have some tips or things you’d like to see,, please send me an email. I’d love to hear your ideas on it!

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