Updating a view mssql

17 Jan

For more information about updatable views, see CREATE VIEW (Transact-SQL).

In all honesty, though, you should consider using two different SQL statements within a transaction as per LBushkin's example.

Poor understanding of CSV seems to be endemic at Microsoft; that file will break Access and Excel too.

Sad but true: some database programmers I know recently spent a lot of time and effort writing Python code which "sanitises" CSV in order to allow MS SQL Server to import it.

I am comparing the two databases from the point of view of a data analyst.

Maybe MS SQL Server kicks Postgre SQL's arse as an OLTP backend (although I doubt it), but that's not what I'm writing about here, because I'm not an OLTP developer/DBA/sysadmin. Do please use it if you wish; I will do my best to respond. This section is a comparison of the two databases in terms of features relevant to data analytics.

1) first take log backup SELECT name AS [File Name] , file_id, physical_name AS [Physical Name], size/128 AS [Total Size in MB], size/128.0 - CAST(FILEPROPERTY(name, 'Space Used') AS int)/128.0 AS [Available Space In MB] FROM sys.database_files;.

(This may sound fussy or inconvenient, but it is actually an example of a well-established design principle.WAprrs = 'start,stop' FROM Table2 JOIN @ids i on = Table2.id; COMMIT; Sorry, afaik, you cannot do that.To update attributes in two different tables, you will need to execute two separate statements.I have done my honest best to get my facts about MS SQL Server right – we all know it is impossible to bullshit the whole internet.If I find out that I've got something wrong, I'll fix it.