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good one.
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Ah cool. As expected it worked fine on 2k5 when I set the data type to DATETIME

Looks like a really useful funtion. I shall be using it a lot I'm sure!

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01010111011010000110000101110100 01100001 0110001101101111011011010111000001101100011001010111010001100101 01110100011010010110110101100101 011101110110000101110011011101000110010101110010
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I like using this function for audit tables. If you have an application that allows users to add, edit, and delete, you can use this method to keep track of the changes performed by those users. Nice if you are asked to provide information such as who updated the record and what was changed.
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Cheers Steve, I was looking for the trap too!

I love this feature, actually currently writing lots of them for a data migration project.
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Simple question - thanks.
No trap - thanks.
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Nice simple basis question - Thanks! I did have to double check looking for the trick though!!!
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Stuart Davies (2/2/2012)
Simple question - thanks.
No trap - thanks.
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Good question about a very useful feature that a lot of people do not appear to know about. You can also use the OUTPUT clause with the MERGE command too. It's especially useful when you need to know a range of values that were inserted so that you have the newly generated keys in order to also insert data into detail tables below the insert.
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Hand up, I did not know about it. I can definitely see uses for this OUTPUT thingy though - cheers.
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