Inspecting a rather critical database that is used by some software on my system, I found that one of the tables had a primary key on the column Id, where Id is calculated using checksum(newid()). ...
I have two tables PC(Id,EmpName Not NULL, PCName NULL, HostName NULL,.... PhysicalLocation NULL, PCType Not NULL) PCNetwork(Id, EmpName Not NULL, PCName NULL, HostName ...
Given the following CREATE TABLE statement: CREATE TABLE [dbo].[Unit] ( [id] SMALLINT NOT NULL IDENTITY(1,1), [name] VARCHAR(100) NOT NULL, CONSTRAINT ...
I am building a data store for the content of multiple blog sites which have been scraped. Each of these sites is going to have an entry in a Blog table BlogId Url ...
When I want a column to have distinct values, I can either use a constraint create table t1( id int primary key, code varchar(10) unique NULL ); go or I can use a unique index create table t2( id ...