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Rebuild all the Indexes of a SQL Database in one go


In my last post, I had explained what could be the best value of Fill Factor for the indexes in SQL Server and had promised to show a handy way to ReBuild all the indexes including the ones created on the Indexed Views.



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Posted in Juggling With SQL on 20 June 2011

What is the best value for Fill Factor in SQL Server?

When an index is created or rebuilt, the fill-factor value determines the percentage of space on each leaf-level page to be filled with data, reserving the remainder on each page as free space for future growth. For example, specifying a fill-factor value of 80 means that 20 percent of… Read more

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Posted in Juggling With SQL on 13 June 2011

Maximum recursion possible with CTE in SQL Server 2005/2008

In my last blog about Tally Tables, we talked about the use of recursive CTEs to generate Tally Tables. Following that, someone quickly asked me to generate a Tally Table for integers starting from 1 to 150 as when he tried the way explained in my last post, the… Read more

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Posted in Juggling With SQL on 4 June 2011

How to protect code written in Stored Procedure or User Defined Function?


We have always been wondering on how to protect/secure our t-sql code written in Stored Procedures and UDF in shared hosting environment from other people who might tweak our work. Here, I would discuss a few options I know to serve purpose.

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Posted in Juggling With SQL on 31 May 2011

Table-Valued parameters in SQL Server 2008


The most awaited feature has arrived - "Table-Valued parameters in SQL Server 2008". Here, I would discuss on how to use this new feature with .net.

Problem Statement
Before to the introduction of table-valued parameters in SQL Server 2008, the options for passing data from multiple rows of a…
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Posted in Juggling With SQL on 12 March 2011

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