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Hi,

can someone point me to a web link/resource for quickly brushing up on T-SQL for MS 2008?

Points to  be awarded for the quickest and best explanatory link.
thx
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Curiosity overwhelms me ... why 'quickly' brush up on T-SQL?   T-SQL covers a large area, so there's nothing quick about it.

Inside SQL Server 2008 T-SQL Querying by Itzik Ben-Gan is one of the best books out there,
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Done T-SQL in Ms 2003 and now need to review it for 2008 after 7-8 years...
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T-SQL is based on a version of SQL Server, and there was never a SQL Server 2003, so what do you mean by the above statement?

If all you're looking for is a 'what changed between <older version> and 2008, then the MS Press study guide for 2008 isn't a bad place to start, if you're going to be doing a lot of development.

If you're not going to be doing a lot of development, no idea, maybe there's a dummies book out there..
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BlueYonder - Did you do any research before posting the above blind link?  The current home page shows 'SQL SERVER – Location of Statistics Before and After Database is Marked as a Read-Only', which has nothing to do with the question.
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