Dinesh Asanka

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The OUTPUT Command

SQL Server 2005 has added many new T-SQL commands, one of which is the OUTPUT command. Longtime SQL Server author Dinesh Asanka brings us a short look at how you can use this command.

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2008-06-06 (first published: )

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