This is a spin-off question from Sort order specified in primary key, yet sorting is executed on SELECT. @Catcall says this on the subject of storage order (clustered index) and the output order ...
Using: SQL Server 2008 R2 I am currently stepping through a query execution plan, and have come across an instance of a clustered index update on a table. The issue here is that the columns that are ...
Let us presume I have a table named Category in a SQL Server 2005 database. Category has category_id (bigint, identity) as its primary key and name (nvarchar(50)). There is obviously a clustered ...
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 ...