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If you read my blog, and you’re interested in MDX, you should be reading Jeffrey Wang’s blog too – he’s the new Mosha! Anyway, I’ve been having some performance problems with recursive calculations recently (in fact, I’ve had similar problems in the past as I say ...
Part of tuning queries is being a detective in figuring out what indexes need to be created… and figuring out what indexes may need to be tweaked a bit.So to all you Nancy Drews and Hardy Boys out there: Get your magnifying glass and let’s unravel some mysteries ...
“Denali” introduces Ad-hoc query paging in which you can specify range of rows returned by a SELECT statement. This can be handy when you want to limit number of returned by the statement. This is implemented in ORDER BY clause. two new keywords are added to ORDER BY clause: 1 ...
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