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Posted Friday, January 16, 2004 4:17 PM
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I like the Design Patters and Refactoring books, but they are pretty much OOP. Does anyone know if anyone's tried to take on similar topics for SQL?

I'm thinking it would be good for some interface coders who know just enough to get themselves killed...as well as for inexperienced SQL coders.





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Posted Monday, January 19, 2004 8:00 AM
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No one has responded to this topic yet. Even if you don't have a complete answer, the original poster will appreciate any thoughts you have!
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Posted Sunday, July 13, 2014 10:41 PM
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There were couple of books about SQL Database refactoring.
Anybody interested in anti-patterns, i.e. what to avoid by all means
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Posted Sunday, July 13, 2014 10:47 PM
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I hope that everybody knows what RBAR stands for.
Our off-shore team managed to invent CBAC: column behind agonizing column; Well not quite - for a record with n columns they managed to create a n-1 stored procedures/dynamic SQL that retrieves one column value for a given primary key (record identifier).
So if they need to get a recordset with let's say 10 records from a table with 11 columns they CAN DO it in 100 calls!
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