This article will demonstrate how to migrate via JSON, key-value pairs from a Python dictionary object to a SQL Server table.
The insurance sector has seen a marked rise in mergers and acquisitions over the past 12 months, and although these can be an excellent way to leap beyond organic growth, M&As can result in challenges with technology. In this blog, COEO's James Boother provides some tips on how, with good planning, technologies can be a real advantage in your next acquisition.
When you’re working with T-SQL, you’ll often see SET NOCOUNT ON at the beginning of stored procedures and triggers. What SET NCOUNT ON does is prevent the “1 row affected” messages from being returned for every operation. Read Brent's blog to see him demo it by writing a stored procedure in the Stack Overflow database.
In this article, Brent Ozar explains why you should avoid starting T-SQL comments with two dashes.
Use these T-SQL strategies for dropping, creating, and populating tables in custom schemas across different SQL Server versions from SQL Server 2019 back to SQL Server 2005.