Using Multiple Active Result Sets (MARS) SQL Server 2005 introduced support for multiple active result sets (MARS) in applications accessing the Database Engine.
In earlier versions of SQL Server, database applications could not maintain multiple active statements on a connection. When using SQL Server default result sets, the application had to process or cancel all result sets from one batch before it could execute any other batch on that connection. SQL Server 2005 introduced a new connection attribute that allows applications to have more than one pending request per connection, and in particular, to have more than one active default result set per connection. MARS simplifies application design with the following new capabilities: Applications can have multiple default result sets open and can interleave reading from them. Applications using MARS will find the following guidelines beneficial: SQL Server Native Client does not limit the number of active statements on a connection.
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Thanks to SQL Server MVP Frank Kalis, this article is translated to German. There is also a Russian version, thanks to Evgeny Vinchyk from Ukraine, available as a word document. Acknowledgements I like to thank the following persons who provided valuable suggestions and input for this article: Steve Kass, Aaron Bertrand, Jacco Schalkwijk, Klaus Oberdalhoff, Hugo Kornelis, Dan Guzman and Erland Sommarskog.
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Although ADO works with any OLE DB compliant data source, it has been extensively tested and is designed to work with client server databases such as SQL Server. ASP supports shared file databases (Access or FoxPro) as valid data sources. Although some ASP example code use a shared file database, it is recommended that these types of database engines be used only for development purposes or limited deployment scenarios.
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Latest revision: 2011-06-23. An earlier version of this article is also available in German. SSMS Tools Pack Features. How to export data from SQL Server 2008.2010 in DML (SQL script) Query - How to read a Text file using T-SQL. Sql server - T-SQL: Opposite to string concatenation - how to split string into multiple records. Peter DeBetta's SQL Programming Blog : T-SQL UrlDecode. INSERT (Transact-SQL) WITH <common_table_expression> Specifies the temporary named result set, also known as common table expression, defined within the scope of the INSERT statement.
The result set is derived from a SELECT statement. For more information, see WITH common_table_expression (Transact-SQL). TOP (expression) [ PERCENT ] Specifies the number or percent of random rows that will be inserted. expression can be either a number or a percent of the rows. Is an optional keyword that can be used between INSERT and the target table. SELECT @local_variable (Transact-SQL)
Specifies that the specified local variable that is created by using DECLARE @local_variable should be set to the specified expression.
For assigning variables, we recommend that you use SET @local_variable instead of SELECT @local_variable. For more information, see SET @local_variable. Storing Variable Values in Temporary Array or Temporary List. SQL Server does not support arrays or a dynamic length storage mechanism like list.
Absolutely there are some clever workarounds and few extra-ordinary solutions but everybody can;t come up with such solution. Additionally, sometime the requirements are very simple that doing extraordinary coding is not required. Here is the simple case. Let us say here are the values: a, 10, 20, c, 30, d. Now the requirement is to store them in a array or list. Declare a variable list in SQL Server stored procedure. Database Programming: TOP Without ORDER BY? - Ward Pond's SQL Server blog. Slow in the Application, Fast in SSMS? An SQL text by Erland Sommarskog, SQL Server MVP.
Last revision: 2013-08-30. This article is also available in Russian, translated by Dima Piliugin. Introduction. Development content from SQL Server Pro. New in SQL Server 2008 is support for large user-defined types (UDTs).
We’re going to build a Common Language Runtime (CLR) UDT that allows us to store, compress, and decompress binary data (up to 2GB in size) inside SQL Server 2008. This technique works only in SQL Server 2008 because only SQL Server 2008 allows CLR UDTs larger than 8KB. The UDT we’ll build, called VarBinaryComp, accepts both uncompressed data (which it will compress before storing) and compressed data as input. It also has properties to determine the length of the compressed and uncompressed data. To implement this UDT, we’ll leverage the compression/decompression logic covered in “Zip Your Data,” InstantDoc ID 49065.
CLR UDTs A little refresher course on CLR UDTs might be helpful as well. MD5 Hash SQL Server Extended Stored Procedure. Fix : Error 1205 : Transaction (Process ID) was deadlocked on resources with another process and has been chosen as the deadlock victim. Rerun the transaction. Fix : Error 1205 : Transaction (Process ID) was deadlocked on resources with another process and has been chosen as the deadlock victim. Rerun the transaction. Deadlock occurs when two users have locks on separate objects and each user wants a lock on the other’s object. When this happens, SQL Server ends the deadlock by automatically choosing one and aborting the process, allowing the other process to continue. The aborted transaction is rolled back and an error message is sent to the user of the aborted process.
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You can define a key using variable-length columns whose maximum sizes add up to more than 900, provided no row is ever inserted with more than 900 bytes of data in those columns. In SQL Server, you can include nonkey columns in a nonclustered index to avoid the maximum index key size of 900 bytes. 3Database objects include objects such as tables, views, stored procedures, user-defined functions, triggers, rules, defaults, and constraints. 5This value is for static lock allocation. Data Access content from SQL Server Pro. Defining indexes on sort columns can yield dramatic performance results The right index can dramatically improve SQL Server's sort performance. Defining a clustered index on a sort column, for example, forces the database to store data in sorted order, letting you retrieve data without additional sorting. Note that SQL Server 7.0 and earlier releases let you create indexes only in ascending order, so if your query requires data in descending order, you'll probably have to perform additional sorting and use internal worktables to get data in the right order.
Clustered Index and Non-Clustered Index in SQL Server. Here we are going to discuss clustered and non-clustered indexes in SQL Server; to understand these indexes clearly we should first know what database indexes are. So let's have a look at database indexes. Database indexes are copies of your data in a table that is sorted a certain way. Database administrators can gain potential performance benefits through the judicious use of indexes on database tables. Indexes allow you to speed query performance on commonly used columns and improve the overall processing speed of your database. Immediate deadlock notifications without changing existing code. In my previous post about immediate deadlock notifications in SQL Server 2005 I've shown a way to use a try catch block to get the deadlock error. The con of this method, although it uses best practice for error handling in SQL Server 2005, is that you have to change existing code and it doesn't work for non stored procedure code.
And that IS a pretty BIG con! As is customary in this blog there is a solution to this. :) SQL String User Function Workbench: part 2. /* In which Robyn and Phil pull together the themes from their TSQL String Array Workbench and String User Function workbench, to provide a simple TSQL string-handling package.
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