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Pivot table for Microsoft SQL Server

One of the seeminly more popular enhancements in SQL Server 2005 to T-SQL is the PIVOT operator. There have been quite a few articles, but new author Peter Larsson decomposes in detail how you can perform this operation with previous versions.

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2007-10-02 (first published: )

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PARSENAME Enhancement

The ParseName function is very useful for getting parts out of a string of characters between delimiters. But a limitiation is that you only can get four parts out, and the function only accepts dots as delimiters.The function I have written below overcomes that limitations, and add a new feature to enable "from left" and […]

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2007-08-27 (first published: )

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CHECKSUM replacement for IMAGE

As we all know, BINARY_CHECKSUM ignores columns of data type IMAGE.This code is 100% compatible with MS original. That is, the result is identical.You can use it "as is", or you can use it to see that MS function does not produce that unique values one could expect.

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2007-02-15 (first published: )

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CHECKSUM replacement for TEXT

As we all know, BINARY_CHECKSUM ignores columns of data type TEXT.This code is 100% compatible with MS original. That is, the result is identical.You can use it "as is", or you can use it to see that MS function does not produce that unique values one could expect.

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2007-02-13 (first published: )

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MIME64 Encoder and Decoder written in T-SSQL

Here is a MIME64 encoder function written entirely in T-SQL!© 2006 Peter Larsson, Developer Workshop, all rights reservedAs long as the copyright notice is visible within the function declarationand you include a note in the documentation of your system that thesefunctions are written by me, you may use these functions for free of charge.If you […]

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2006-11-09 (first published: )

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How many more Mondays until I retire?

Depending on your age, you may not want to know this number, but as you advance in your career, this might be a problem that you look to solve one day. Peter Larsson takes a few minutes to work out a function in T-SQL that can be used to solve this or any similar question.

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2006-07-19

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I have this view:

CREATE OR ALTER VIEW dbo.City 
AS
SELECT TOP 10 
 cn.CityNameID, cn.CityName
 FROM dbo.CityName AS cn
 WITH CHECK OPTION
GO
How can I modify the view to make it is updatable with this code?
INSERT City (CityName) VALUES ('Dillon')

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