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  • SQL Server - Use INFORMATION_SCHEMA views over sysobjects as internal tables might change between versions

    bulentgucuk Liked 2 Years ago through Just Learned | 1 Point
    I was looking into some table creation scripts in source control today. I found that the developers used two ways to check if the table exists in the database. Few scripts employed `information_schema.tables` vs `sys.objects`. I personally, have be...
    vanne040
    84 · 2% · 657
  • SQL Server - Use INFORMATION_SCHEMA views over sysobjects as internal tables might change between versions

    bulentgucuk knew 2 Years ago through Just Learned | 1 Point
    I was looking into some table creation scripts in source control today. I found that the developers used two ways to check if the table exists in the database. Few scripts employed `information_schema.tables` vs `sys.objects`. I personally, have be...
    vanne040
    84 · 2% · 657
  • How to split string efficently

    bulentgucuk Liked 2 Years ago through Just Learned | 1 Point
    It's quite old, but new for me. Great method to parse string is using of recursive CTE, as showed in Table Function:
    
        CREATE FUNCTION fn_SplitString(@str NVARCHAR(MAX), @sep NVARCHAR(MAX))
        RETURNS TABLE
        AS
        RETURN
        (
        	WITH...
                            
    tokarski
    58 · 3% · 1021
  • How to split string efficently

    bulentgucuk Liked 2 Years ago through Just Learned | 1 Point
    It's quite old, but new for me. Great method to parse string is using of recursive CTE, as showed in Table Function:
    
        CREATE FUNCTION fn_SplitString(@str NVARCHAR(MAX), @sep NVARCHAR(MAX))
        RETURNS TABLE
        AS
        RETURN
        (
        	WITH...
                            
    tokarski
    58 · 3% · 1021
  • Change location of database file + correct logical file name of the database file

    bulentgucuk Liked 2 Years ago through Just Learned | 1 Point
    I was verifying a server setup and found that the tempdb files were residing in the root location created during initial sql server installation. As a part of good practices I always separate out the tempdb files to a separate drive. To achieve this ...
    vanne040
    84 · 2% · 657
  • Change location of database file + correct logical file name of the database file

    bulentgucuk knew 2 Years ago through Just Learned | 1 Point
    I was verifying a server setup and found that the tempdb files were residing in the root location created during initial sql server installation. As a part of good practices I always separate out the tempdb files to a separate drive. To achieve this ...
    vanne040
    84 · 2% · 657
  • Change location of database file + correct logical file name of the database file

    bulentgucuk Liked 2 Years ago through Just Learned | 1 Point
    I was verifying a server setup and found that the tempdb files were residing in the root location created during initial sql server installation. As a part of good practices I always separate out the tempdb files to a separate drive. To achieve this ...
    vanne040
    84 · 2% · 657
  • Change location of database file + correct logical file name of the database file

    bulentgucuk knew 2 Years ago through Just Learned | 1 Point
    I was verifying a server setup and found that the tempdb files were residing in the root location created during initial sql server installation. As a part of good practices I always separate out the tempdb files to a separate drive. To achieve this ...
    vanne040
    84 · 2% · 657
  • SQL Server - Trick to Supress Division by zero error

    bulentgucuk Liked 2 Years ago through Just Learned | 1 Point
    Set `ARITHABOBRT` and `ANSI_WARNINGS` as OFF to handle division by Zero error SET ARITHABORT OFF SET ANSI_WARNINGS OFF SELECT 1/0 This will not throw an error. Result will be NULL ...
    bhaarat
    60 · 3% · 926
  • SQL Server - Trick to Supress Division by zero error

    bulentgucuk Learned 2 Years ago through Just Learned | 1 Point
    Set `ARITHABOBRT` and `ANSI_WARNINGS` as OFF to handle division by Zero error SET ARITHABORT OFF SET ANSI_WARNINGS OFF SELECT 1/0 This will not throw an error. Result will be NULL ...
    bhaarat
    60 · 3% · 926
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