Do user defined functions slow performance? I don't have a lot of experience with SQL Server (Fox & Access background). Because the text functions are so limited, I wanted to create some user defined functions for a process in which I'm comparing a lot of concatenated text. (FYI - I'm creating PADR() & CHRTRAN().) Some of the tables are pretty big, so speed is an issue. But I was told that using UDFs would slow performance. Is this correct?
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Use this article to create a batch file to backup a Microsoft SQL Server database to a Windows folder. The folder can be on the local hard drive or on a network share. This batch file will query the SQL server to get the current date & time and wi…
In this article we will get to know that how can we recover deleted data if it happens accidently. We really can recover deleted rows if we know the time when data is deleted by using the transaction log.
This Micro Tutorial will teach you how to censor certain areas of your screen. The example in this video will show a little boy's face being blurred.
This will be demonstrated using Adobe Premiere Pro CS6.
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