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SQL SERVER – Execution Plan and Results of Aggregate Concatenation Queries Depend Upon Expression Location
I was reading the blog of Ward Pond, and I came across another note of Microsoft. I really found it very interesting. The given explanation was very simple; however, I would like to rewrite it again. Let us execute the following script. This script inserts two values ‘A’ and ‘B ...
On the heels of The Professional Association For SQL Server (PASS)’s 24 Hours Of PASS comes Quest Connect 2009. This free event takes place October 21 for 24 hours, comprised of approximately 60+ different sessions by many SQL Server Professionals you know and love (yes, including your’s truly ...
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