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  • T-SQL Learning Guide

    Transact-SQL (T-SQL) is no stranger to the SQL Server developer or DBA, but that's no excuse not to become more familiar. Improve your T-SQL skills with these T-SQL overviews, best practices and stored procedures.

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  • Configure SQL Server at database level with new scoping syntax

    SQL Server 2016 adds ALTER DATABASE SCOPED CONFIGURATION to its new T-SQL statements. The statement lets DBAs control database configuration at the level of a single database.

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  • How do the T-SQL commands TRUNCATE TABLE and DELETE differ?

    TRUNCATE TABLE and DELETE are T-SQL statements with similar functions, but that doesn't make them interchangeable. They operate differently and use different amounts of SQL Server resources.

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  • What is the most important difference in use between the TRUNCATE TABLE and DELETE T-SQL statements?

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  • SQL Server 2016 T-SQL features add to DBCC CHECKDB and more

    Expert Ashish Kumar Mehta shares some of the enhancements to T-SQL ahead in SQL Server 2016. This includes a DROP IF EXISTS option and MAXDOP for DBCC CHECKDB.

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  • Create a user-defined server role in SQL Server 2012 with T-SQL, SSMS

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  • Troubleshoot SQL Server database performance with T-SQL

    Basit Farooq provides eight tips for optimizing T-SQL code to prevent SQL Server database performance bottlenecks and to tune database applications.

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  • Part 1: How cursors work

    T-SQL cursors are like skyscraper window washers traveling up and down the skyscraper to stop at each window. Here Hilary Cotter explains exactly how cursors work.

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  • Nine T-SQL best practices

    Choosing the right data type and avoiding dynamic SQL are two of the nine T-SQL best practices that author Basit Farooq explains here.

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