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Krishnrajsinh Rana
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  • SQL Server - Using QUOTENAME() function to avoid problems with quotes in object names

    Krishnrajsinh Rana Liked 2 Years ago through Just Learned | 1 Point
    I support third party software databases at work. During the implementation of the application it needed to create a database to store the data. However the application created a database with a name that does not follow the rules for the format of id...
    bulentgucuk
    387 · 0% · 105
  • Quickest way to SELECT All Columns from a Table

    Krishnrajsinh Rana Liked 2 Years ago through Just Learned | 1 Point
    Suppose you have a huge table which has say 30-40 columns and you want to select all of them or most of them say around 30 columns. It is a tedious job to type each of the column names. Here is a quick way to get a comma separated list of all the column...
    dattatreysindol
    42 · 4% · 1336
  • Quickest way to SELECT All Columns from a Table

    Krishnrajsinh Rana knew 2 Years ago through Just Learned | 1 Point
    Suppose you have a huge table which has say 30-40 columns and you want to select all of them or most of them say around 30 columns. It is a tedious job to type each of the column names. Here is a quick way to get a comma separated list of all the column...
    dattatreysindol
    42 · 4% · 1336
  • Quickest way to SELECT All Columns from a Table

    Krishnrajsinh Rana Liked 2 Years ago through Just Learned | 1 Point
    Suppose you have a huge table which has say 30-40 columns and you want to select all of them or most of them say around 30 columns. It is a tedious job to type each of the column names. Here is a quick way to get a comma separated list of all the column...
    dattatreysindol
    42 · 4% · 1336
  • Quickest way to SELECT All Columns from a Table

    Krishnrajsinh Rana knew 2 Years ago through Just Learned | 1 Point
    Suppose you have a huge table which has say 30-40 columns and you want to select all of them or most of them say around 30 columns. It is a tedious job to type each of the column names. Here is a quick way to get a comma separated list of all the column...
    dattatreysindol
    42 · 4% · 1336
  • SHIFT + F3 to change the case (Proper, Upper, Lower) of selected text in MS Word

    Krishnrajsinh Rana Liked 2 Years ago through Just Learned | 1 Point
    In SQL Server Management Studio, we can select text and press SHIFT+CTRL+U and SHIFT+CTRL+L to change the selected text to upper case and lower case respectively. I have been looking for a similar option in Microsft word and just learned that this ca...
    Jacob Sebastian
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  • SHIFT + F3 to change the case (Proper, Upper, Lower) of selected text in MS Word

    Krishnrajsinh Rana Learned 2 Years ago through Just Learned | 1 Point
    In SQL Server Management Studio, we can select text and press SHIFT+CTRL+U and SHIFT+CTRL+L to change the selected text to upper case and lower case respectively. I have been looking for a similar option in Microsft word and just learned that this ca...
    Jacob Sebastian
    1 · 100% · 32220
  • SHIFT + F3 to change the case (Proper, Upper, Lower) of selected text in MS Word

    Krishnrajsinh Rana Liked 2 Years ago through Just Learned | 1 Point
    In SQL Server Management Studio, we can select text and press SHIFT+CTRL+U and SHIFT+CTRL+L to change the selected text to upper case and lower case respectively. I have been looking for a similar option in Microsft word and just learned that this ca...
    Jacob Sebastian
    1 · 100% · 32220
  • SHIFT + F3 to change the case (Proper, Upper, Lower) of selected text in MS Word

    Krishnrajsinh Rana Learned 2 Years ago through Just Learned | 1 Point
    In SQL Server Management Studio, we can select text and press SHIFT+CTRL+U and SHIFT+CTRL+L to change the selected text to upper case and lower case respectively. I have been looking for a similar option in Microsft word and just learned that this ca...
    Jacob Sebastian
    1 · 100% · 32220
  • SQL Server - Finding last accessed time for tables by queries or find unused tables

    Krishnrajsinh Rana Liked 2 Years ago through Just Learned | 1 Point
    DBA should keep a list of tables which are not being used / referenced by anyone in last few weeks. At times, we come up with a requirement where developer asks, can I have list of unused tables or “Can you tell me the tables which are not being used i...
    vanne040
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