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Programmer/Systems Analyst working mostly in PHP/HTML/CSS. Enthusiast follower of User Experience topics and solutions.


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accepted Recent Queries in SQL Server 2005
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asked Recent Queries in SQL Server 2005
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revised Why is SSMS inserting new rows at the top of a table not the bottom?
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comment Why is SSMS inserting new rows at the top of a table not the bottom?
It's Management studio 2008, the server is 2005, should have been clearer. I didn't know there was an "open table" command, I've always used the select statments
Sep
14
comment Why is SSMS inserting new rows at the top of a table not the bottom?
I wasn't planning on depending on the order, but visually it is a bit annoying that my last inserted items are suddenly at the top.
Sep
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awarded  Editor
Sep
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accepted Why is SSMS inserting new rows at the top of a table not the bottom?
Sep
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revised Why is SSMS inserting new rows at the top of a table not the bottom?
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Sep
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comment Why is SSMS inserting new rows at the top of a table not the bottom?
Good to know. I knew this was a hint to change the app to use order by (it's an inherited app with a great deal of bad practice) but I was wondering exactly why it happened.
Sep
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asked Why is SSMS inserting new rows at the top of a table not the bottom?
Sep
10
comment Is there a reason to use extremely abbreviated table names?
Since the tables don't provide any non-automatic metadata I'm not sure that's a valid argument...
Sep
10
comment Is there a reason to use extremely abbreviated table names?
Part of the problem is that these tables are not being maintained by accountants, they're being maintained by a systems analyst and generally our IT Dept. aptrx is actually one of the most logical names I've found, one of the only ones I've remembered. Also note that there are several hundred tables; the basic abbreviations like "ap" for "accounts payable" are very easy to learn, the literally 100 suffixes after "ap" are not...
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accepted Is there a reason to use extremely abbreviated table names?
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comment Is there a reason to use extremely abbreviated table names?
I'm very picky about names and my current limited ability to change them bugs me to no end. I'm into UX though, so the non-usable names might bug me especially much. Plus I just plain prefer camelCase...
Sep
10
comment Is there a reason to use extremely abbreviated table names?
@Lie_Ryan that certainly seems to be the case, that they'll hope you'll hire a consultant...
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awarded  Student
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asked Is there a reason to use extremely abbreviated table names?
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