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  • SQL Server - Do not use aggregate functions to check existance of the data

    RKA Learned 6 Years ago through Just Learned
    Aggregate functions always return at least one row. So using aggregate functions to check for the existance of data will not give correct results. See the results returned from these queries [code] declare @t table(i int) if exists(select i from @t...
    Madhivanan JR
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  • SQL Server - Do not use aggregate functions to check existance of the data

    RKA Liked 6 Years ago through Just Learned
    Aggregate functions always return at least one row. So using aggregate functions to check for the existance of data will not give correct results. See the results returned from these queries [code] declare @t table(i int) if exists(select i from @t...
    Madhivanan JR
    2 · 40% · 13039
  • SQL Server - Do not use aggregate functions to check existance of the data

    RKA Learned 6 Years ago through Just Learned
    Aggregate functions always return at least one row. So using aggregate functions to check for the existance of data will not give correct results. See the results returned from these queries [code] declare @t table(i int) if exists(select i from @t...
    Madhivanan JR
    2 · 40% · 13039
  • SQL Server - Do not use aggregate functions to check existance of the data

    RKA Liked 6 Years ago through Just Learned
    Aggregate functions always return at least one row. So using aggregate functions to check for the existance of data will not give correct results. See the results returned from these queries [code] declare @t table(i int) if exists(select i from @t...
    Madhivanan JR
    2 · 40% · 13039
  • Clear data from a table with FOREIGN KEY

    RKA Posted 6 Years ago through Just Learned
    I was trying to truncate a child table data and got the below error. 'Cannot truncate table <tablename> because it is being referenced by a FOREIGN KEY constraint' From MSDN found that "You cannot use TRUNCATE TABLE on a table referenced by a
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