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Stored procedures offer many advantages in data-driven applications. Using stored procedures, database operations can be encapsulated in a single command, optimized for best performance, and enhanced with additional security. While a stored procedure can be called by simply passing the stored procedure name followed by parameter arguments as an SQL statement, using the Parameters collection of the ADO.NET Command object enables you to more explicitly define stored procedure parameters as well as to access output parameters and return values. To call a stored procedure, set the CommandType of the Command object to StoredProcedure .
By Bill Graziano on 6 August 2007 | 6 Comments | Tags: Identity , INSERT Identity columns are commonly used as primary keys in database tables. These columns automatically assign a value for each new row inserted. But what if you want to insert your own value into the column? It's actually very easy to do.
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By Sean Baird on 12 September 2000 | 21 Comments | Tags: Identity Kim writes: "with an identity column you can SELECT @@identity after inserting a row. How do you get the value of a uniqueidentifier column after an insert? thanks!" Uniqueidentifiers are new to SQL 7.0, and behave a little differently than our friend the IDENTITY column. Read on for the answer to Kim's question along with the SQLGuru's opinions on which is better as a key value.
August 5, 2008 by pinaldave In today’s article we will see question of one of reader Mohan and answer from expert Imran Mohammed . Imran thank you for answering question of Mohan. Question of Mohan : hi all, how can i get field name and type etc. in MS-SQL server 2005. is there any query available??? Answer from Imran Mohammed :
The Visual Studio 2010 IDE does not support connecting to SQL Server 2000, including not allowing connections from the ADO.NET Entity Framework designer. However, the ADO.NET Entity Framework 4 runtime continues to offer support for running with SQL Server 2000 databases. A number of people have asked what to do with existing ADO.NET Entity Framework models built against SQL Server 2000 when moving to Visual Studio 2010. Following are a few development options and items of note: - The ADO .NET Entity Framework 4 runtime fully supports SQL Server 2000.
Query to Display Foreign Key Relationships and Name of the Constraint for Each Table in Database « Journey to SQLAuthorityNovember 1, 2006 by pinaldave UPDATE : SQL SERVER – 2005 – Find Tables With Foreign Key Constraint in Database This is very long query. Optionally, we can limit the query to return results for one or more than one table.
Overview Although the terms login and user are often used interchangeably, they are very different . A login is used for user authentication A database user account is used for database access and permissions validation.
Ever since SQL Server 2005 was released, each object in a database has belonged to a database schema. SQL Server 2008 has continued with database schemas, and an explanation follows. What is a Database Schema? A database schema is a way to logically group objects such as tables, views, stored procedures etc. Think of a schema as a container of objects.
Asked By Charles Law on 07-Jan-08 11:53 AM When I try to create a cross-database foreign key constraint, I get The cause of the message is, of course, obvious. However, I would still like to have a constraint based on rows in a table of another database (running in the same instance). Is there any way round this, or am I trying to do something unreasonable?
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