This is SQLH2 project which was originally published on Microsoft.com in 2004. The code published here was slightly modified from the latest version available for download at Microsoft.com.
SQLH2 was first published on Microsoft.com in 2004. The tool allows you to collect information from instances of SQL Server, store this information, and run reports against the data in order to determine how SQL Server is being used. Here is the link to the original download location:http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=EEDD10D6-75F7-4763-86DE-D2347B8B5F89&displaylang=en
There were a significant number of requests to enhance the tool functionality as well as suggestions to contribute. Here we are opening the tool’s code to make it possible.
The code published here was slightly modified from the latest version available for download at Microsoft.com.
Here is a short list of changes:
• Built on .Net 2.0
• Basic Sql Server 2008 support (no new features; requires new records in some dictionaries!)
• Improved localization support (addresses most of formatting errors)
• No sending data to Microsoft
The new code should work with existing repository databases.
Although we made an effort to ensure smooth transition, there still may be bugs in the code related to the changes.
The project is open for interested developers. Please contact Grigory Pogulsky
if you would like to contribute.