Almost two years ago, I wrote about a method to use Table-Valued Parameters in SQL 2005 – or basically any environment that doesn’t support them natively. The idea was to use a View with an ‘instead of’ trigger. Essentially, the trigger acts as a stored procedure, which is then used to be able to handle … Continue reading TVPs in SSIS
Infinitely better. 100% of the reads removed. Roughly 4000 (okay, 3890), down to zero. None. Let me explain… Obviously if there’s data being returned, there are reads needed. And obviously there is some CPU needed for SQL to be given a query and do anything at all. Luckily for me, performance of a query is … Continue reading Ultimate query tuning
Sometimes I only blog for T-SQL Tuesday. I don’t want to break my run of blogging for each one just yet, but I do wonder sometimes. The reason I’m reflecting is that what we’ve done in the past will so often affect what we do in the future. The musician Sting tells us that “History … Continue reading Looking back, or looking forward?