Category Archives for "SQL Development"

May 17

SSMS Shortcuts

By Lori Brown | SQL Development , SQL Server

Thought I would post some quick helpful things like shortcuts in SSMS. There is a link to a comprehensive list of keyboard shortcuts for SSMS at the end of this post. There is more than just ctrl-c & crtl-v out there!! Here are my fav’s – https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sql/ssms/sql-server-management-studio-keyboard-shortcuts For more information about blog posts, concepts and […]

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Apr 19

Interesting New String Functions

By Lori Brown | SQL Development , SQL Server

Here are a few new string functions that I cam across while doing some research.  Just goes to show you that you learn something new every day! STRING_AGG (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sql/t-sql/functions/string-agg-transact-sql) This function is available starting with SQL 2017. It concatenates values from rows and places your separator in between the values. Here I create a comma […]

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Dec 14

Rx for Demystifying Index Tuning Decisions – Part 8

By Jeffry Schwartz | Missing Indexes , Performance Tuning , Query Tuning , SQL Administration , SQL Development , SQL Server

Review Due to the holiday week, this part will be shorter than usual. In Parts 1 through 7 of this blog series the author discussed various aspects of SQL Server indices such as: Types of indices and their variations, e.g., clustered, nonclustered, filtered, and covering Physical versus logical index access methods, e.g., seeks, scans, key/RID lookups, […]

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Dec 07

Rx for Demystifying Index Tuning Decisions – Part 7

By Jeffry Schwartz | Missing Indexes , Performance Tuning , Query Tuning , SQL Administration , SQL Development , SQL Server

Review In Parts 1 through 6 of this blog series the author discussed various aspects of SQL Server indices such as: Types of indices and their variations, e.g., clustered, nonclustered, filtered, and covering Physical versus logical index access methods, e.g., seeks, scans, key/RID lookups, singleton lookups, and range scans Why index tuning should begin with […]

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Nov 30

Rx for Demystifying Index Tuning Decisions – Part 6

By Jeffry Schwartz | Indexes , Missing Indexes , Performance Tuning , Query Tuning , SQL Development , SQL Server

Review In Parts 1 through 5 of this blog series the author discussed various aspects of SQL Server indices such as: Types of indices and their variations, e.g., clustered, nonclustered, filtered, and covering Physical versus logical index access methods, e.g., seeks, scans, key/RID lookups, singleton lookups, and range scans Why index tuning should begin with […]

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Nov 30

Rx for Demystifying Index Tuning Decisions – Part 5

By Jeffry Schwartz | Missing Indexes , Performance Tuning , Query Tuning , SQL Development , SQL Server

Review Due to the holiday week, this part will be shorter than usual. In Parts 1 through 4 of this blog series the author discussed various aspects of SQL Server indices such as: Types of indices and their variations, e.g., clustered, nonclustered, filtered, and covering Physical versus logical index access methods, e.g., seeks, scans, key/RID […]

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Nov 09

Rx for Demystifying Index Tuning Decisions – Part 3

By Jeffry Schwartz | Installation , Missing Indexes , Performance Tuning , Query Tuning , SQL Development , SQL Server

Review In Parts 1 and 2 of this blog series the author discussed various aspects of SQL Server indices such as: Types of indices and their variations, e.g., clustered, nonclustered, filtered, and covering Physical versus logical index access methods, e.g., seeks, scans, key/RID lookups, singleton lookups, and range scans Why index tuning should begin with […]

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