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Sergejack - Just Learned

  • Filtered Index with variable

    Sergejack Posted 2 Years ago through Just Learned | 5 Points
    Whenever you have a filtered index you just might find that it's not used when its columns are compared to a variable. The thing is, SQL Server will always make an Excecution Plan that would work with any values for those variable (including the values ...
  • Once upon a Time LEFT OUTER JOIN was...

    Sergejack Liked 2 Years ago through Just Learned | 1 Point
    Do you know ANSI-92 versions of T-SQL therefore early 6.5 version was so programmatically influenced. This was tha old-style LEFT OUTER JOIN syntax. SELECT TableX.ID, TableY.ID FROM TableX, TableY WHERE TableX.ID *= TableY.ID T...
    Robert Dennyson
    11 · 14% · 4420
  • Once upon a Time LEFT OUTER JOIN was...

    Sergejack Learned 2 Years ago through Just Learned | 1 Point
    Do you know ANSI-92 versions of T-SQL therefore early 6.5 version was so programmatically influenced. This was tha old-style LEFT OUTER JOIN syntax. SELECT TableX.ID, TableY.ID FROM TableX, TableY WHERE TableX.ID *= TableY.ID T...
    Robert Dennyson
    11 · 14% · 4420
  • Once upon a Time LEFT OUTER JOIN was...

    Sergejack Liked 2 Years ago through Just Learned | 1 Point
    Do you know ANSI-92 versions of T-SQL therefore early 6.5 version was so programmatically influenced. This was tha old-style LEFT OUTER JOIN syntax. SELECT TableX.ID, TableY.ID FROM TableX, TableY WHERE TableX.ID *= TableY.ID T...
    Robert Dennyson
    11 · 14% · 4420
  • Once upon a Time LEFT OUTER JOIN was...

    Sergejack Learned 2 Years ago through Just Learned | 1 Point
    Do you know ANSI-92 versions of T-SQL therefore early 6.5 version was so programmatically influenced. This was tha old-style LEFT OUTER JOIN syntax. SELECT TableX.ID, TableY.ID FROM TableX, TableY WHERE TableX.ID *= TableY.ID T...
    Robert Dennyson
    11 · 14% · 4420
  • Sargable vs Non-sargable

    Sergejack Commented 2 Years ago through Just Learned | 1 Point
    SELECT COUNT(*) FROM tblSARGTest WHERE ProductID = ProductID; is actually equivallent to SELECT COUNT(*) FROM tblSARGTest WHERE ProductID IS NOT NULL...
    vanne040
    84 · 2% · 657
  • Sargable vs Non-sargable

    Sergejack Commented 2 Years ago through Just Learned | 1 Point
    SELECT COUNT(*) FROM tblSARGTest WHERE ProductID = ProductID; is actually equivallent to SELECT COUNT(*) FROM tblSARGTest WHERE ProductID IS NOT NULL...
    vanne040
    84 · 2% · 657
  • Visual Studio 2012 New Features: Code Clone Analysis

    Sergejack Liked 2 Years ago through Just Learned | 1 Point
    New feature "**Code Clone Analysis**" in introduce in Visual Studio 2012 You can find clones of specific code by selecting the segment you are interested then right click on the selection to choose Find Matching Clones in Solution from the context...
    Kirti.darji
    10 · 16% · 5010
  • Visual Studio 2012 New Features: Code Clone Analysis

    Sergejack interesting 2 Years ago through Just Learned | 1 Point
    New feature "**Code Clone Analysis**" in introduce in Visual Studio 2012 You can find clones of specific code by selecting the segment you are interested then right click on the selection to choose Find Matching Clones in Solution from the context...
    Kirti.darji
    10 · 16% · 5010
  • Visual Studio 2012 New Features: Code Clone Analysis

    Sergejack Liked 2 Years ago through Just Learned | 1 Point
    New feature "**Code Clone Analysis**" in introduce in Visual Studio 2012 You can find clones of specific code by selecting the segment you are interested then right click on the selection to choose Find Matching Clones in Solution from the context...
    Kirti.darji
    10 · 16% · 5010
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