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  • SQL #50-Deleting or updating data from a table of 20+ GB

    Sherry Li Posted 4 Years ago through Blogs
    I don’t have a definition of what is considered a large SQL table. I am pretty sure, however, that a table with 20+ GB data plus another 20+ GB for a few indices is not a small table anymore. Although this article The Data Loading Performance Guide was...
  • MDX #27-Who are Ascendants?

    Sherry Li Posted 4 Years ago through Blogs
    Many function names in MDX are very family-friendly. Children, parent, ancestors, descendants, ascendants, are all terms we often used in telling family stories. Except ascendants. I never really understand what this word means until I ran into this wor...
  • MDX #27–Who are Ascendants?

    Sherry Li Posted 4 Years ago through Syndicated Blogs
    Many function names in MDX are very family-friendly. Children, parent, ancestors, descendants, ascendants, are all terms we often use in telling family stories. Except ascendants. I never really understand what this word means until I ran into this word...
  • MDX #25 – Slicer or Sub-Cube?

    Sherry Li Posted 4 Years ago through Syndicated Blogs
    Slicer, Axes and Calculations Can All Filter Data in MDX Every developer with SQL background knows how the WHERE clause works. You put some condition in the WHERE clause, such as TheDate = Yesterday (pseudo code), and it will only return data for yester...
  • MDX #25 - Slicer or Sub-Cube?

    Sherry Li Posted 4 Years ago through Blogs
    Slicer, Axes and Calculations Can All Filter Data in MDX Every developer with SQL background knows how the WHERE clause works. You put some condition in the WHERE clause, such as TheDate = Yesterday (pseudo code), and it will only return data for yeste...
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