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I swear I saw a stackoverflow for SQL type questions a few months ago, but now I can't seem to find it. Was I on smoking something or is the almighty google just not finding it for me?

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Yes, it's right here: stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/sql – DisgruntledGoat Nov 16 '10 at 17:17
    
Thank you all for helping me find the forum that I was looking for!! – Jagd Nov 16 '10 at 17:54
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Ask SQL Server Central? It's built on one of the SO clones, OSQA.

I remember another one at sqlteam.com but that appears to have gone, and http://ask.sqlteam.com/ redirects to SQL Server Central now.

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I think it may have been this one, because I have an account there already. Unfortunately, it doesn't appear that we can link up our stackoverflow account with this one though. – Jagd Nov 16 '10 at 17:32

Maybe you saw this SE1.0 site http://sqla.stackexchange.com/

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No, I don't believe so. I'm beginning to think that I was smoking something indeed. – Jagd Nov 16 '10 at 16:51

Perhaps you were thinking of Server Fault? It's a site for system administration, and sometimes gets SQL questions.

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Nah, it wasn't Server Fault. I took a look at it and it didn't strike me as a forum that I'd have ever used for SQL questions. Thanks for the suggestion though. – Jagd Nov 16 '10 at 17:54

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