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Worst Practices - Not Using Primary Keys and Clustered Indexes

Two weeks ago Andy started his wildly successful series on Worst Practices. This week he continues that series discussing why failing to use primary keys and clustered indexes are worst practices. Agree or disagree, read the article and join the discussion. One thing you'll have to admit, reading an article by Andy is a lot more interesting than reading Books Online!   Read more...
By Andy Warren 2008/05/09 (first published: 2003/11/10) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: miscellaneous
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Worst Practices - Not Using Primary Keys and Clustered Indexes

Two weeks ago Andy started his wildly successful series on Worst Practices. This week he continues that series discussing why failing to use primary keys and clustered indexes are worst practices. Agree or disagree, read the article and join the discussion. One thing you'll have to admit, reading an article by Andy is a lot more interesting than reading Books Online!   Read more...
By Andy Warren 2008/05/09 (first published: 2003/11/10) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: miscellaneous
Rating: |  Discuss |   Briefcase | 65,916 reads

Worst Practices - Not Using Primary Keys and Clustered Indexes

Two weeks ago Andy started his wildly successful series on Worst Practices. This week he continues that series discussing why failing to use primary keys and clustered indexes are worst practices. Agree or disagree, read the article and join the discussion. One thing you'll have to admit, reading an article by Andy is a lot more interesting than reading Books Online!   Read more...
By Andy Warren 2008/05/09 (first published: 2003/11/10) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: miscellaneous
Rating: |  Discuss |   Briefcase | 65,916 reads

Design Oversight - Preliminary Review

We all know what the ideal application design environment is for building a database back-end: an experienced DBA takes inputs from end users and developers and creates the database design in order to support the application being developed. But in reality, we don't get the opportunity to do application design like this very often. This article covers how to quickly find and fix problems in a design.   Read more...
By Brian Kelley 2001/08/20 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: administration
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