What does fragmentation mean? How does it happen? Can you fix it with fill factor? Should you rebuild your indexes to fix it?
Article Overview In this article, we will learn how to drop, alter, enable, and disable a PostgreSQL trigger. In the 1st part of this series, we got an overall view of database triggers, PostgreSQL-specific triggers, types of PostgreSQL triggers, and how to create a trigger with basic syntax and examples. If you haven't read it […]
In this tip we look at the impact of running SQL Server processes in smaller batches instead of one large operation.
he SQL Server Database Engine processes queries on various data storage architectures such as local tables, partitioned tables, and tables distributed across multiple servers. The following sections cover how SQL Server processes queries and optimizes query reuse through execution plan caching.
In this stairway level you’ll learn how you can give principals access to groups of objects by assigning permissions on schemas instead of individual tables, code modules, and other objects. You’ll also learn about the benefits of user-schema separation and how it can increase object security, and how using default schemas for users and groups can simplify object access management and security.