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Sequential Ordering

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So SS2005 gets a bit closer to functionality (and, in this particular case, syntax) Oracle has been using for some time...
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The functionality (and, in this particular case, syntax) are part of the ANSI SQL99 standard.
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I like standards - in terms of if you are going to implement some functionality and there is some standard syntax for it, you should use it - but if it is proprietary functionality then you have to go out on your own with syntax anyway..

Good to see these new functions - they and the Top N ability will make many filtering tasks infinitely more straight forward! Nice article and explanation too





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