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Sep
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comment Undo SQL UPDATE Azure DB
@kin ah.. that info was added later. I'll still let this be here if anyone using the new editions stumbles on this question...
Sep
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answered Undo SQL UPDATE Azure DB
Aug
15
accepted Why is my filtered index being ignored?
Aug
15
comment Why is my filtered index being ignored?
@AaronBertrand I went through the 1st link just now, but the situation described there is virtually the same as mine, (except that IS NULL is used in the blog, but IS NOT NULL is used in my query. However, thats the situation for both the index and query) The optimizer did use the filtered index in the blog. In my case it does not (except when the filtered index is the only one)
Aug
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asked Why is my filtered index being ignored?
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awarded  Curious
Aug
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comment Should I check for existence of temp tables in Stored Procedures?
Exactly what I was looking for, esp the code segments! I'll read through the links and post a separate question if I have specific doubts
Aug
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accepted Should I check for existence of temp tables in Stored Procedures?
Aug
8
comment Should I check for existence of temp tables in Stored Procedures?
@AaronBertrand What sort of code will cause an error where the SP fails, but the tables persist? I tried a trivial procedure and it doesnt exhibit this behaviour (call with 1, then 0 (which fails after creating the temp table due to a divide by 0), then 1 as parameters from the same SSMS query window) pastebin.com/yW7D4SgJ
Aug
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comment Should I check for existence of temp tables in Stored Procedures?
Got it.. any examples of what sort of issues could creep up?
Aug
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asked Should I check for existence of temp tables in Stored Procedures?
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Mar
16
reviewed No Action Needed MySQL user created via command line can't access PHPMyAdmin
Mar
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reviewed No Action Needed NoSQL approach: design table “scheme”
Mar
10
comment db INDEX on ORDER BY FIELD in very simple query does not help - still slow response?
I dont know anything about db2, but assuming it is similar to SQL Server, did you try a clustered index instead of a non clustered index (since you are using a select * query)?
Jan
15
comment Fetch Records alternatively from database
hmm.. apparently theres no straightforward way to do it in MySQL since it doesn't have the equivalents of a CTE or RowNumber, so any method I suggest would be hacky. Probably try out Neo's answer if it works for you (and take ahofmann's advise for the future)
Jan
15
comment Fetch Records alternatively from database
Don't know if its possible in MySQL, but how about using a ROWNUMBER() over Date_Time , join the CTE with itself, with the join condition as rownumber+1 and a where condition to filter out records where the left rownumber is even or the right rownumber is odd