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A new client of mine needed some performance tuning in several of his stored procedures. In most cases, it involved creating an appropriate index, or changing a table-valued function call to an equivalent inline TVF call, or just correcting the predicates in the WHERE clause to make it more SARGable ...
I am writing this post single handedly, quite literally. I broke my left wrist and the Doc has wrapped it for the next 3 weeks! May be it is an indication for me to take a break, but I want to have it my way. So here I am ...
One of the things about SSRS that irritates me is that in the graphical editor, you have to set the text box properties (say, to format numbers as currency) for each individual text box…unlike Excel, where you can select multiple fields, hit CTRL-1 and format them all at once ...
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