Apparently, SQL Server stores the current ANSI_NULL setting when creating a table (see related questions here and here). However, when I execute SELECT * FROM myVeryOldTable WHERE ...
So basically in SQL Server a NULL means there is no value and thus can't be compared which returns some unexpected results. For example, the following query doesn't return rows where value IS NULL ...
Is there any good way to avoid writing so many times isnull() function inside sproc ? I have stored procedure that use almost 30 times isnull() function, I think that I am miss a concept , but until I ...
Trying to find a way to pass off a third value within a 'bit' field. I would like to be able to utilize NULL as a searchable value. As in 'True', 'False', or 'NULL', the only issue is I'm unsure how ...
I understand that questions similar to these pop up often around here. I have searched before posting these but I didn't find any QA threads that completely answer my questions. In a table, I ...