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Does the order of columns in a non-clustered ColumnStore index matter? [duplicate]

I'm reading about creating a non-clustered ColumnStore index. I noticed that when I modify an already created non-clustered ColumnStore in SQL Server Management Studio I have an option to change the ...
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Coerce columnstore to operate in batch mode [closed]

I want to try the column store index in SQL Server and im trying to get my queries to run in batch mode, i rewrote my query this way( it had an outer join before) but the execution plan still show ...
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Best Practice to update columnstore indexed tables

I have a table with aprox. 22 Bn rows, for each month I have made one partition that and each partition has two data files. I created the columnstore index on this table and the performance ...
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Does the order of columns in a columnstore index matter?

I have a table with ~200 million rows and ~15 columns in it. I am planning to create a COLUMNSTORE index on my table. Will there be any change in performance based on the order of columns that I use ...
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What's the anatomy of a columnstore index?

One of the new features in SQL Server 2012 codenamed Denali is the Columnstore index. I know a good bit about regular old row-store indexes, like the b-tree structure, differences in storage between ...