Blog » Entries from 1/12/2009
It is fairly widely known that implicit conversions of data types can cause scans. However, you may not be able to control what goes in your database, you may have inherited an app and we just are not perfect.
On top of that some can be tricky. For example, did ...
sql_variant allows to store data of other data types (except text, ntext, image, timestamp and sql_variant) in columns, parameters, variables and return values of user-defined functions.But is there a place for this data type in SQL Server and I wonder why would anyone needs to use this over a ...
So I’m writing my upgrade exam for my MCITP-DBA (missed cutoff date for the beta on this one) in a couple weeks and haven’t found much of anything in regards to Microsoft approved practice exams so I guess ...
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