In this article, we will demonstrate T-SQL metadata functions available in the SQL Server.Read more »
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- A complete guide to T-SQL Metadata Functions in SQL Server - July 30, 2019
- Understanding the SQL Decimal data type - July 15, 2019
- A step-by-step walkthrough of SQL Inner Join - June 21, 2019
This article aims to walk you through the SQL Decimal data type and its usage with various examples. We will also see how we can exercise this data type in SQL Server to help make SQL developer’s job easier.Read more »
Organizations are generating and analyzing unmatched volumes of data with each passing minute. In this article, we will demonstrate how we can employ SQL Inner Join to query and access data from multiple tables that store this incessantly growing data in the SQL databases.
In today’s time where data breaches are highly expected to happen, there is a high need to ensure sensitive data in the Azure SQL databases is secured and which is why data security implementation is gaining momentum across each community. We covered one of the features of Advanced Data Security here in Advanced Data Security in Azure SQL Database – Data Discovery & Classification. Let’s dive further into the other two features that Azure SQL offers with this capability in this article.Read more »
Azure SQL supports in building and managing wide range of SQL databases, tools, frameworks etc. on the cloud. Organizations are drifting towards Azure SQL because of its obvious advantages over on-premises SQL Server and are generating, exchanging and storing data at an exponential rate on Azure. It becomes essential to safeguard, monitor our sensitive data and get alerts on anomalous activities else companies may come under fire for letting data leak and hacked.Read more »
In this article we’ll review the SQL varchar data type including a basic definition and overview, differences from varchar(n), UTF-8 support, Collation, performance considerations and more.