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In SQL Server 2005, a new clause was introduced that allows your query access to the inserted and deleted pseudo tables, without the use of a trigger. In prior versions of SQL Server, the primary way to get a newly inserted identity value is to either use @@IDENTITY or Scope_Identity ...
Let’s say you have 100,000 rows in a table that has a Dollars column. If you perform the following… select *, GroupValue=ntile(100) over (order by Dollars) from MyTable … it will split the rows into 100 equal sized subsets (of 1000 rows each) by sorting the rows by ...
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