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Advanced Common Table Expressions – 24 Hours of PASS

On Wednesday June 24th at 6:00pm pacific time or( 25 Jun 2015 01:00 GMT ) will be speaking at the 24HOP (24 Hours of Pass) conference which is broadcast online. I will be presenting on Advanced Common Table Expressions, and it is

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Executing a TSQL batch multiple times using GO

Using the GO commend in TSQL to run a batch of code multiple times is something that I commonly do in demo’s and training’s.  What amazes me is how many people after the training will tell me that they didn’t know

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TSQL OUTPUT Clause on Insert Statements

One of the often overlooked features of SQL Server is the OUTPUT clause, which applies to INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE, and MERGE statements. In this post we are going to go over the basics of using the OUTPUT clause on an

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SQL Saturday #265 in Portland Oregon

I will be attending SQL Saturday #265 in Portland Oregon on November 16th 2013. This will be my second time attending SQL Saturday in Portland, and it is looking to be a great event. There are some great speakers on

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Common Table Expressions Presentations Updated.

I used to be able to do the Common Table Expression in a single 1 hour session, but after writing the book on Common Table Expressions, I discovered that I just can’t fit it into an hour with the detail

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DBCC CleanTable

Being day eight of the DBCC Command month at SteveStedman.com, today’s featured DBCC Command is DBCC CLEANTABLE. Many times I have worked on a database that has evolved over 10 or more years of changes from different developers and DBAs.

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CTE – With An Insert Statement

Queries with Common table expressions (CTE) are made up of two parts, the CTE part, and the SQL that references the CTE.  In preparation for SQL Saturday, the question came up of can you use an INSERT or UPDATE statement

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Multiple CTE’s in a single Query

Common Table Expressions are a great way to simplify complex derived table queries. If it makes sense to break out one derived table or subquery into a CTE, it can make sense to do multiple. To use multiple CTE’s in

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