Before data can be read from of a SQL Server database table, the table needs to contain rows of data. One of the most typical ways to get data into a table is to use the INSERT statement.
In a typical data warehousing application, quite often during the ETL cycle you need to perform INSERT, UPDATE and DELETE operations on a TARGET table by matching the records from the SOURCE table.
SQL Server has an issue when an INSERT fails that includes LOB data, SQL Server allocates space for the insert but does not reclaim the space on the failure therefore taking up more space than necessary. This tip walks you through an example of this issue and ways to resolve it.
This procedure creates insert statements for the given table and given range of values of primary key column.
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 GOHow can I modify the view to make it is updatable with this code?
INSERT City (CityName) VALUES ('Dillon')See possible answers