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When I select certain post from a table, it can be too many hits, so I want that there are only the first 50 hits shows then you choose Previous 50 or next 50 etc, and also show where you are like (1-50)of 170, How can I do on a nice way?
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You could use an IDENTITY column and also the SET ROWCOUNT n within a stored procedure.

CREATE PROCEDURE GetPost
@nlastident int,
@nNumberToGet tinyint
AS

SET ROWCOUNT @nNumberToGet

SELECT *
FROM Post
WHERE Post.identitycolumn > @nlastident

SET ROWCOUNT 0

You could also use a datetime column instead of an IDENTITY column.



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