In most queries, I am using ItemID for joins. But in some queries, need has arisen to fetch records on the basis of ItemName. I am noticing slight performance degradation as items list is growing.
I want to know that if I create an index on ItemName, will it improve the performance of the query? What else I can do to improve the performance of the query where I am fetching with ItemName and not ItemID?
Optimizing MySQL: Queries and Indexes
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Just a quick little trick I learned recently. Now that I'm using jQuery with abandon in my asp.net applications, I have grown tired of the following syntax:
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