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Writing queries to request or change information stored in a database or other information management system. Questions should include table and index definitions, sample data, expected output, and a tag for the specific system (e.g. MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, SQL Server, MongoDB).

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I often encounter the similar problem to compare two versions of a table for new, deleted or changed rows. Some month ago I published a solution for SQL Server using PowerShell here . To adapt it to …
answered May 15 '11 by bernd_k
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cross join #Masa )t ) t2 where Sira = 1 order by Ad This is the best syntax to emphasize that it is a cross join. But on SQL Server 2008 your query gives the same result . EDIT: Your problem …
answered Jun 23 '11 by bernd_k