Archives: August 2010
In the last weblog post I have talked about the difference of unique and non-unique clustered indexes. As you have seen SQL Server uses an internal overhead of 4 bytes (the so-called uniquifier) to make non-unique clustered index rows unique. Today I want to work out the difference between unique… Read more
In the last blog post I have talked about unique/non-unique clustered indexes on a heap table. A table without a clustered index is called a heap table in SQL Server. When you define a clustered index on such a table, the table data gets structured and is therefore referred… Read more
In the upcoming weblog postings I want to work out the differences between unique and non-unique indexes in SQL Server. I assume that you already know the concepts about clustered- and non clustered indexes and how they are used in SQL Server.
In the past I've done a lot of… Read more