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Dynamic SQL Going Haywire

Those who work on various databases, or even those who do not, must have come across the term, Dynamic SQL. Dynamic SQL is basically a programming technique that enables you to build SQL statements dynamically at run time. It allows you to create more general purpose flexible SQL statement because the full text of the […]

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SQL Server performance issue after an upgrade

Recently, I came across a problem where the client reported severe performance degradation of their OLAP system. Most of the reports that were running were either timing out or were returning data after a long time. The problem started right after the client had undergone an upgrade, that included the following, Software change, that includes […]

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