A trigger is special type of stored procedure that is executed when an INSERT, DELETE or UPDATE statement modifies data in a table.
Many times developers need to implement pagination on search results. Pagination is the process of dividing the results of a query into discrete numbered pages.
A trigger is a special type of stored procedure that is executed when an INSERT, DELETE or UPDATE statement modifies data in a table.
The TOP clause in SQL Server is used to limit the number of rows in a result set. You can specify the number of rows or percentage of rows to be returned with the TOP clause.
If we have a trigger and want to prevent it from running, we can either delete the trigger or disable it temporarily. With the trigger disabled, it will not function. We have three ways to enable/disable a trigger in SQL Server by using a graphical option or by using a query editor.
If you have installed SQL server 2012 Enterprise Evaluation Edition, this trial software will expire after 180 days without any pre alert notification. This SQL query will show the current version and edition of SQL Server you are using.
SQL Server 2012 has introduced the new logical function IIF(). The behavior of function IIF() is quite similar to CASE and IF statements in SQL Server. Using IIF(), you can use fewer lines of code, and your code will be more readable.
SQLCMD command line Utility is an alternative way to execute SQL scripts using the command line. This allows us to execute SQL scripts without touching SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) GUI.
SQL Server 2012 introduced the powerful new CHOOSE() function. This tech-recipe will explore its use and common mistakes through some simple examples.
Errors warning that “there is already an object” and that the “database already exists” can easily be avoided by first determining if your table and database have already been created.