Including a primary key in a nonclustered index in SQL Server 2005

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Index
Primary keys
SQL performance
SQL Server 2005
The query optimizer for SQL Server 2005 is suggesting that we include a primary key as part of a nonclustered index. Is it OK to include that to increase SQL performance?
ASKED: July 2, 2008  5:36 PM
UPDATED: July 2, 2008  8:01 PM

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Yes, it is perfectly fine to include the primary key as a column within an index.

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