Turns out there’s a shortage of solutions online for easily managing partitioned tables in SQL Server. Well… I guess I’ll have to do it myself!
This month’s #tsql2sday came to us from Rob Volk (b|t), who asks us to explain databases using an analogy, as if explaining to a 5 year old. I’m actually a big fan of The Feynman Technique (aka ELI5), so I really wanted to participate. But to be honest, I nearly missed out this time simply because I couldn’t think of an idea this whole week.
On the very last day, when the posts already started rolling out by all the bloggers, I’ve read a few, and only then the muse finally hit me. I kid you not, the time is literally 23:59 here in Israel as I hit the publish button!
So anyways, the idea I had was for the ALTER TABLE..SWITCH TO command in SQL Server.Read More »T-SQL Tuesday #131 – Star Trek Candy and SWITCH TO
Last week, I called up Matan Yungman, and offered to replace Guy Glantser as a co-host in SQL Server Radio, while Guy is away on holiday in New Zealand.
We recorded episode 111 in English, and episode 117 in Hebrew.
Check them out!
For this month’s T-SQL Tuesday, Kevin Chant asked us to dream up our fantasy SQL Server feature. I love this topic and so I had to join in on this as a late (and first-time) contributor.
My ask from Microsoft for SQL Server is something that…. Well… It should be simple. It should’ve been implemented YEARS ago. I’m thinking somewhere around the year 2005.Read More »T-SQL Tuesday #118 – I wish SQL Server had better Table Partitioning
In this post, I will discuss how to remove the IDENTITY property from an existing column using T-SQL (without changing the order of the columns or moving the data into a new table).Read More »Remove the IDENTITY property from an existing column