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My name is Hardik Doshi. I live in Ahmedabad, India. I work as Database Administrator at iGate.
  • Pre Migration Utility

    Hardik Doshi Commented 2 Months ago through Ask
    Hello, You have not mentioned which kind of Migration you would like to perform & which SQL Server you are targetting. Pre Migration Utility - Upgrade Advisor. You also need to check Breaking changes between SQL server versions (yours one & the one ...
    snehaniarav13
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  • Question of the month June 2014 - What does it mean if character_maximum_length is -1?

    Hardik Doshi Commented 5 Months ago through Blogs
    -1 means MAX. So whenever we have columns with NVARCHAR(MAX), VARCHAR(MAX), VARBINARY(MAX) & XML then INFORMATION_SCHEMA.COLUMNS view display character_maximum_length = (-1)...
    Madhivanan JR
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  • #0334 - SQL Server - SSMS - Troubleshooting Intellisense issues

    Hardik Doshi Liked 7 Months ago through Blogs
    Intellisense is one of the most frequently used features of SQL Server in the development community. This post documents some of the steps that can be taken to troubleshoot instances when Intellisense simply stops working....
    Nakul Vachhrajani
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  • #0332 - SQL Server - Myths - Is DISTINCT faster than GROUP BY?

    Hardik Doshi Liked 7 Months ago through Blogs
    I have often seen a recommendation that using DISTINCT instead of GROUP BY is better from a performance perspective. DISTINCT is definitely a more readable alternative, but is it really faster? This test proves that the perceived performance benefit is ...
    Nakul Vachhrajani
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  • Question of the month April 2014 - When will INNER JOIN become CROSS JOIN?

    Hardik Doshi Commented 7 Months ago through Blogs
    Good Question. When we have @a = @a (like 1 = 1) then INNER JOIN will work as CROSS JOIN Example: SELECT * FROM t1 INNER JOIN t2 ON 1 = 1...
    Madhivanan JR
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