In SQL Server, is it possible to have a PRIMARY KEY on a table without either CLUSTERED or NONCLUSTERED indexes on the same key?
In Sql Server (2008), is it possible to have a PRIMARY KEY on a set of columns without either CLUSTERED or NONCLUSTERED indexes on the same set of columns? I am aware of the fact that PRIMARY KEY and ...
I have tables where the primary key is something like this: -StoreID -BusinessDate Typically, there is one row for every store (~100) for every single day. One row for each store is inserted on a ...
I have a table with field Id (bigint, IDENTITY) as primary key and clustered index on it. I inserted 400 rows and saw execution plan. I got: the relative query cost for this insertion 36% and for this ...