creating some more tags

Can someone create some more tags please. I don't have enough rep to create new tags, and I would hate to wrongly tag questions.
Some suggestions:

  • ssrs
  • reporting-services
  • bids
  • ssas
  • ssis
  • ssns
  • service-broker
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asked Oct 13 '09 at 08:16 AM in Default

Kev Riley gravatar image

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I have deleted my answer because it was clearly wrong - I'll try and find out some more info. It's interesting - if you look at the 'remove parenthesis from select top (100)...' question - I can't believe that '100' was a tag before the user posted the question...
Oct 13 '09 at 08:36 AM Matt Whitfield ♦♦
Ok, I've re-tagged the question a couple of times to create those tags for you.
Oct 13 '09 at 08:39 AM Matt Whitfield ♦♦
Matt: I saw that '100' tag too, thought it was a bit strange...I'll fix it now, try out these new mod tools....
Oct 13 '09 at 08:53 AM Kev Riley ♦♦
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2 answers: sort voted first

In the interests of getting the site well seeded, I've made you (Kev) a moderator. You should now have enough powers to generate the tags yourself.

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answered Oct 13 '09 at 08:37 AM

Melvyn Harbour 1 gravatar image

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I just edited the post a couple of times to create the tags Kev was after - is there a way to create tags explicitly?
Oct 13 '09 at 08:39 AM Matt Whitfield ♦♦
Thanks Melvyn, I'm honoured!
Oct 13 '09 at 08:46 AM Kev Riley ♦♦
There doesn't appear to be an explicit way to create tags, as far as I can tell at the moment - I'll let you know if I track it down!
Oct 13 '09 at 09:24 AM Melvyn Harbour 1 ♦♦
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