In this article, we will discuss typical errors that newbie developers may face with while designing T-SQL code. In addition, we will have a look at the best practices and some useful tips that may help you when working with SQL Server, as well as workarounds to improve performance.
In this article, we will talk about CHECK constraints. We will see how to add CHECK constraints to SQL Server table columns and discuss the pitfalls you may encounter when using this type of SQL Server constraints.
CHECK constraint basics
CHECK constraints are simply conditional statements (predicates that return TRUE or FALSE) that refer to table columns for maintaining data integrity. When one inserts data into a column or several columns in a single row, CHECK constraints come into action. They evaluate the data to be inserted. In case the data does not meet the condition specified in the CHECK constraint, the insertion fails.
- Briefly about Pivot tables
- Pivoting data by means of tools (dbForge Studio for MySQL)
- Pivoting data by means of SQL
- Automating data pivoting, creating query dynamically
Briefly about Pivot tables
This article deals with the transformation of table data from rows to columns. Such transformation is called pivoting tables. Often, the result of the pivot is a summary table in which statistical data are presented in the form suitable or required for a report. (more…)
Have you ever accidentally executed the TRUNCATE command on a wrong table? This will lead to all data loss. The worst thing is that you will not have a chance to get your data back. In this article, we will have a look how to avoid such situations and have a chance to ROLLBACK TRUNCATE. (more…)