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  • Connect digest : 2009-10-17

    I've been fairly distracted this past week with my ''Bad habits to kick'' series, so apologies for being so late with the Connect digest.  I stumbled upon a few pretty interesting items from the past two weeks; I hope you find them interesting as well. #498082 : Allow direct usage of scalar functions in RAISERROR() It has bugged me that in ...
    Posted to Aaron Bertrand (Weblog) by AaronBertrand on October 17, 2009
  • Connect digest : 2009-06-12

    Again I am a day early, as tomorrow I will be speaking at the CTDOTNET CodeCamp in Hartford.  As a reminder, I am not begging for votes here, just raising visibility for new issues you may not have seen yet, or older issues that have entered my peripheral vision again for some reason. ================================== Better behaving ...
    Posted to Aaron Bertrand (Weblog) by AaronBertrand on June 12, 2009
  • Connect Digest : 2009-05-30 : please vote!

    Here are some issues I came across recently; most involve SSMS in some way, though Erland's assertion suggestion is a great one. And just to be clear, since I am seeing some accusations of distorting the fairness of Connect by ''asking for votes,'' I am not asking anyone to vote blindly on these items (and it's clear from last week's results that ...
    Posted to Aaron Bertrand (Weblog) by AaronBertrand on May 30, 2009
  • Connect Digest : 2009-05-23 : please vote!

    Here are the items from this week that I feel deserve some attention.  I'm also adding a little bit of analysis to this.  I am always curious if my vote-pimping has any effect, so I am going to start taking a note of the ratings at the time I publish the post, and then compare them when I publish the next post.  This will give me ...
    Posted to Aaron Bertrand (Weblog) by AaronBertrand on May 23, 2009
  • DELETE FROM Where?

    For years, SQL Server has supported a (second) FROM clause in UPDATE and DELETE statements. Its behavior isn't always deterministic, a fact Microsoft points out in the documentation. Today, someone was surprised by the basic semantics of DELETE .. FROM. This probably happens a lot, but fortunately today's surprisee posted this ...
    Posted to Steve Kass (Weblog) by skass on April 30, 2009
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