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    What are the query optimization techniques used in SQL?

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  • What is a linear recursive query in SQL?

    What is a linear recursive query in SQL?give me an example.Is there any nonlinear recursive query??

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  • Joining 3 tables in SQL Server 2005

    Here are the 3 simple SELECT queries i have but i want to merge them all into 1 singl query.

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  • Does SQL support nonlinear recursive queries?

    does sql supports nonlinear recursive queries

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  • SQL Server 2008 Management Studio evaluation edition a time bomb?

    Hi, I was just wondering if the Management Studio for SQL Server 2008 evaluation edition is also a time bomb? One of our client wants to just install the 2008 Management Studio and I was just wondering if we could use the Evaluation edition or do we have to purchase a license just to get the Client...

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  • SQL server query to search for table and column data in database

    I want to find the data in a table,but i dont know the table name and column name.All I know is the data and the database name .Is there a query to find the table and column

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  • Spatial query optimizing

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  • Subquery only returns column names

    I have the query below, but when I run it, I can only get column names to return. Can someone please help me??? For each subject there are multiple values at each marker. I want an average, by date, for each subject at each marker. I have spent literally hours on this... Thanks in advance for any...

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  • Substring Query SQL

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  • SQL to insert comma-delimited string value to table column

    I have string like '1,2,3,45,6,7,8' I want to insert each comma separated value in a table column...my output look like this: COLUMN 1 2 3 45 6 7 8

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  • SQL Server 2005 question self join query

    I have one table that name is TblCategory on that 2 columns are CategoryName another column name is UpperCategoryID my table is like this CategoryName UpperCatID ------------ ----------- Book Commerce Commerce Accounting Science Math Commerce B.O. Material Pen Pen Link Pen Renolods I want ouput...

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  • How do I get the value of a lookup field stored in nvarchar field

    I have a list with a lookup field which is being stored in an nvarchar column. I'm trying to access the value in a Sql Server query, but what comes back is this: ↓ ъ䅃㒳ꅉ I've tried converting this column to every data type there is, and no success. Please help!! Thanks...

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  • query for join

    i have 2 tables unittypes,rules unittypes has unitid and description unitid description A1 description1 A2 description2 A3 description3 rules has id unitid 1 A1,A2 2 A1,A3 i am trying to get it to get a resultset like 1 description1,description2 2 description1,description3 the sql i wrote was...

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  • Optimize the query in sql server

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  • Querying database tables with their descriptions

    I want to query an SQL server database for specific tables and their descriptions. How do I do that? Is there a special tool needed to do this?

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  • Substract two fields SmallDateTime at SQL Server

    Hii.. IT Professional Helper, may i asked 1 question and hope IT Professional Helper can help me to answer my question? The Question is : Cm.CommandText = "Update Reminder Set IsDatang = 0, IsValid = 1 Where TglReminder - TglDatangKembali > 7" Cm.Execute If i get the error : Arithmetic overflow...

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  • Link microsoft SQL server to Active Directory

    I am getting an error while running a qurey for excuting against OLE DB provide'ADSDSOobject' Please advice Thanks Rajaa

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  • Viewing distinct records in a SQL query result

    I have a set of records in a SQL query result. I only want to see one record, per the data field "ID". I am getting 2 records for some ID's, as there is one field that is different in the 2 records. This happens even if I start the query out with SELECT, DISTINCT, and then all of the fields I need....

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  • Searching for a T-SQL query to find data from multiple SQL 2005 servers

    I need a T-SQL query to find a list of all database names and sizes from multiple SQL 2005 servers that are connected in a local network. Does one exist?

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  • SQL Server security bulletin MS09-004

    Has anyone dealt with issues related to this security bulletin ?

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