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Using T-SQL CROSS APPLY and OUTER APPLY

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That said, even though my personal focus is pretty much OO, I still miss stuff. SQL Server 2005 came out with the CROSS APPLY and OUTER APPLY operators and I have just started learning how to use APPLY in the last month or so. When I think I have it figured out, I am fortunate enough that some of you are interested in reading about my understanding of the technology.

2009-11-06

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case insensitive password?

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Hi, I installed MS SQL Server 2000 + SP2 with default options. It was installed in a mixed mode. Now I noticed that the SQL server login passwords are not case sensitive. i.e. for e.g 'PASSWORD' and 'password' are same. Usually passwords are case sensitive. Why it is like this? Regards Unnic

2004-11-26

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RE: Could not find database table ID 2, name tempdb..

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Sorry for asking the bloody obvious, but has tempdb been deleted? As you cannot start the SQL Server service, check in Windows Explorer for existence of C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL\Data\tempdb.mdf (well, this is the default path anyway). Or does the full error message suggest that SQL Server cannot find a certain system table within tempdb? […]

2004-11-16

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RE: Checking for a character

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Superfast set based query (0.093 sec for a table of 10000+ records of 40-50 characters): CREATE TABLE [Numbers] ( [PkNumber] [int] IDENTITY (1, 1) NOT NULL , CONSTRAINT [Pk_Number] PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED ( [PkNumber] ) ON [PRIMARY] ) ON [PRIMARY] GO Declare @i as int set @i = 0 while @i < 8000 begin Insert […]

2004-11-02

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RE: SQLServerCentral.com Is Moving

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Best of luck. With the great job you've done with this site so far, the move should go smoothly. You've done all the proper steps...plan it, notifiy users (and family). Now you just have to do it. And if something unexpected should happen, that's part of the IT would and we'll bear with you (at […]

2004-09-17

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RE: Table last updated??

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Not unless you've got some form of datetime field that's set to the current date on an update. Timestamp columns are updated whenever a record is changed, but I don't think it's possible to work them to a date

2004-09-06

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