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I would ask one of the SO sysadmins to retag this question:

The sql and server ought to be merged into sql-server.

I tried flagging the post for moderator attention specifying this - to no avail :-(

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closed as off-topic by Martijn Pieters, rene, random, CRABOLO, Monica Cellio Jul 10 '14 at 1:10

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Seems I can't retag a close question. Huh. BTW, Why was it closed on ServerFault? You don't move a question to another site just to have a mod close it as being off topic there. Dumping ground much? – TheLQ Sep 6 '10 at 17:49
@TheLQ: Migrated questions are both closed and locked. The latter is why the question cannot be edited in any way except by diamond moderators. – Jon Seigel Sep 6 '10 at 19:02
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Why should that question be tagged [sql-server]? As near as I can tell, it's not about Microsoft SQL Server, which is what the [sql-server] tag is used for.

Anyway, I removed the [sql] tag, since that didn't make any sense either.

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Good catch - thanks - I was just stumped by the "sql" and "server" tags and didn't carefully read the question at all..... – marc_s Sep 9 '10 at 11:15

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