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Posted Saturday, January 23, 2010 7:26 PM


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Scott Coleman (11/20/2009)
You could quibble that the complete rule is not stored in sysobjects, since the rule definition is in syscomments. But sysobjects is the best answer of the choices given.

I'm afraid that choosing the least wrong of several wrong answers is too often the only way of getting the "correct" answer to "Today's Question". I wish that would change.


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RBarryYoung (12/5/2009)
Yes, could we please stop asking QotD's that only have correct answers for SQL Server 2000?

Perhaps instead we could ensure that all questins specify which resions (7, 2K0, 2K5, or 2K8) the apply to? I seem to recall that people used to do this when it made a difference, but it seems top be done less often now. Or am I just imagining it?


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