I came across many solutions like the one in this question. However, they all are restricted to data from one table. I'm very very new to SQL. I'd like to get the same results as in the linked ...
When MySQL makes a derived table as a result of SELECT (SELECT ...) etc or SELECT * FROM a JOIN (SELECT * from B) etc or SELECT * FROM (SELECT ...) Are these derived temporary tables created ...
I read the derived tables have better performance than temporary tables, but anyway many SQL Server developers prefer the second ones. Why? I must do queries with large data (millions records) and I ...