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Creating and Using Inline Table-Valued Functions

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Inline Table Valued Functions (iTVFs) are one type of user defined function that is available to implement in SQL Server since SQL Server 2000.

iTVFs remain a very useful tool in our SQL armoury, so let's quickly revisit them and the different ways we can use them in our code.

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2020-09-08

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What are Inline Indexes?

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New releases of SQL Server arrive at a quick pace, and it's difficult to keep up with the many features introduced in each version. In this article, Phil Factor reviews a feature you may have missed, inline indexes. He covers the syntax and the many ways they can be used and then performs some performance tests to see if they can make a difference with table variables.

2019-03-18

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