This article will cover the querying of temporal tables in SQL Server by using the FOR SYSTEM_TIME clause and its four sub clauses AS OF, FROM TO, BETWEEN AND, CONTAINED IN. Also, we’ll cover how to clean up the history table to keep it a manageable size.Read more »
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- How to query data in a System-Versioned Temporal Tables in SQL Server - February 20, 2017
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- Temporal tables in SQL Server - July 4, 2016
What is a temporal table?
Temporal tables give us the possibility to retrieve data from any point in the past and for every data change (Update, Delete, Merge). With temporal table users can recover data from accidental changes (update/delete) as well as audit all changes to data, etc. Temporary table is a new feature in SQL Server available from SQL Server 2016 CTP2 version.Read more »
This article will introduce some minor, but very handy improvements in SSMS 2016, such as options for preventing the appearance of a dialog box for saving queries, setting up color of the interface theme, highlighting the current line and checking for a new SSMS updates.Read more »
One of the new enhancements in SQL Server Management Studio 2016 (SSMS) is the Scroll Bars tab, in which can be set various of settings for vertical scroll bar.Read more »
What is Quick Launch?
Quick Launch is a new feature that is added in SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) 2016. Quick Launch is search tool, but it doesn’t search code/contents of the script/files. Instead it searches SSMS itself including menu items, options and file names. Quick Launch is enabled by default when SSMS is installed and it is located at the top right corner of the menu bar (see below):Read more »
SQL Server Templates are SQL scripts, containing SQL code, frequently used by developers and DBAs in their daily work (e.g. Create Table, Add Column, Drop Column, Create Database, Create Logins etc.):Read more »
Snippets are a great productivity feature to speed up typing of repetitive T-SQL. Snippets were introduced in SQL Server 2012 as part of SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS).
Snippets are XML templates with predefined fields and values that render into T-SQL, when processed by the query window.Read more »
In this article, we will explain step by step how to connect remotely to a SQL Server Express instance. Remote access is the ability to get access to a SQL Server from a remote distance in order to manipulate data which are located on that SQL Server.Read more »
SQL Server Management Studio is a software application that helps users to easily access the SQL Server database engine and manipulate objects and data stored on SQL Server databases. The first version was released with Microsoft SQL Server 2005, replacing Enterprise Manager as the primary interface for Microsoft SQL Server.Read more »