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Yesterday a coworker asked why she got an error when trying to enter a "1" in a bit column in a table in Management Studio.  I figured she must have entered an extra space or something.  I was wrong.  Turns out that in SQL Server 2005, at least when entering data using Management Studio, you have to enter true or false!  Who thought that was a good idea?  There must be something I'm not understanding.  Why Microsoft?!  Why must I type three or four extra characters?!  Why won't you let me be lazy?! Posted on Friday, December 8, 2006 4:45 PM all tech stuff , SQL Server | Back to top


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