Sureshkumar Ramakrishnan

  • Interests: Reading,Writing SQL queries

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New T-SQL Features in SQL Server 2005 Part 2

SQL Server 2005 has changed many of the ways in which we will use SQL Server in the future with a dizzying array of new features and enhancements. Sureshkumar Ramakrishnan brings us the second part in a series looking at what these changes do and how to use them.

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2007-11-28 (first published: )

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New T-SQL Features in SQL Server 2005 Part 1

SQL Server 2005 has changed many of the ways in which we will use SQL Server in the future with a dizzying array of new features and enhancements. Sureshkumar Ramakrishnan brings us the first part in a series looking at what these changes do and how to use them.

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2007-11-27 (first published: )

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Deleting Duplicate Records

Data cleansing is something that constantly occurs in all RDBMSes, not just SQL Server. However it's easier on some platforms than others. New Author Sureshkumar Ramakrishnan has written a script that shows how you can easily remove duplicate rows in SQL Server. Read about his technique and see if it might come in handy in your environment..

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2007-10-02 (first published: )

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Retreiving all the Table Information from SQL

The Query will enable you to retrieve all the Tables in the Database .The Output of the Query will list all the User Tables along with the Column Names and the Sort order of the Columns .The Query will also return as to whether the Columns in the table are with allow null option or […]

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2006-07-06 (first published: )

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Executing SQL Server Jobs From An External Scheduler

SQL Server 2000 has a great scheduler in SQL Agent, but it isn't integrated with anything else. And with lots of servers, having a centralized environment is essential to keeping yourself from being overworked. Author Sureshkumar Ramakrishnan brings us his technique for running SQL Server jobs from an external scheduler.

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2005-08-24

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Retrieving all indexes of the Database.

The Script outputs all the indexes in the Database.I have used the sp_helpIndex system stored procedure here to retrieve all the indexes available for the Table . This is extremely useful in identifying all the indexes in a database in a single query

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2004-12-22 (first published: )

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