Table variable - 2

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  • Thanks for the question

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  • good question, but in my morning daze i forgot to click @qoda is created, doh, epic fail on my part

  • Good questione, but the explanation is a bit too short. I assume Ron intended to write "You cannot create a named constraint on a table variable". On temporary and permanent tables, creating names constraints is supported (though it's not really a good idea for temporary tables).


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  • Good question, agree with Hugo's points.

  • I love the new question style Ron! Nice way to do this :cool:.

  • Thanks for the question. I, too, like the question format.

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  • Hugo Kornelis (11/15/2011)


    Good questione, but the explanation is a bit too short. I assume Ron intended to write "You cannot create a named constraint on a table variable". On temporary and permanent tables, creating names constraints is supported (though it's not really a good idea for temporary tables).

    I kept my explanation deliberately short, hopping that people would read the excellent article here on SSC by Wayne Sheffield, and thus learn a great deal more than I could say in a few words.

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  • Thanks for the question.

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  • I like this question too. Table variables often get a poor press, but not allowing named constraints (which could well conflict for objects in tempdb) is one thing I like about them. The ability to create named constraints on #temp tables is almost certainly only there for backward compatibility.

  • Ninja's_RGR'us (11/15/2011)


    I love the new question style Ron! Nice way to do this :cool:.

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    If everything seems to be going well, you have obviously overlooked something.

    Ron

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  • Good question, thank you.

    I will "third" liking your question format. It forces us to actually type the code if we want to cheat that way before answering the question.

    Or conversely, if lazy and not feeling like typing, doing research.

    Sorry folks, I'm sure all of us have done that at least once - I freely admit that myself.

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