Jean Bulinckx

  • Interests: T-SQL, Performance, Correctness & Reliability

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Indexed Views With Outer Joins

SQL Server 2000 has indexed views, which can greatly improve database performance. However there are a number of restrictions on building the view, including the restriction against outer joins. So how can this work? New author Jean Charles Bulinckx brings us a technique that can help you get around this restriction.

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2005-05-19

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