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Troubleshooting problems with views in SQL Server 2017

Troubleshooting problems with views in SQL Server 2017 If you have problems with views in SQL Server 2017, review this troubleshooting checklist to find potential solutions. 1. You can get the error 1086 when you use FOR XML clause in a view. This error indicates that the FOR XML clause is invalid in views when they contain a set operator…....

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Troubleshooting problems with views in SQL Server 2016

Troubleshooting problems with views in SQL Server 2016 If you have problems with views in SQL Server 2016, review this troubleshooting checklist to find potential solutions. 1. Install the latest SQL Server 2016 service pack. Because many bugs with views in SQL Server 2016 were fixed in SQL Server service packs, you should install the latest SQL Server service pack…....

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Some tips for using views in SQL Server 2016

Some tips for using views in SQL Server 2016 Use views to enhance security and conceal underlying data objects. For example, you can give to users the permission to access a view, which contain a restricted set of the columns and data, not allow selecting or updating the underlying data objects. By using views, the permission management could also be…...

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Some tips for using views in SQL Server 2014

Some tips for using views in SQL Server 2014 Consider using indexed views. Indexed views can significantly improve the performance of an application because the result set of the indexed view is stored and indexed in the database. You do not need to modify your existing applications to take advantage of the performance improvements with indexed views. The indexed view…...

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Tips for using views in SQL Server 2012

Tips for using views in SQL Server 2012 Keep the indexes on the views as narrow as possible. Because each index takes up disk space try to minimize the index key’s size to avoid using superfluous disk space. This reduces the number of reads required to read the index and boost overall index performance. Consider using indexed views. Indexed views…...

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Tips for using Very Large Databases in SQL Server 2012

Tips for using Very Large Databases in SQL Server 2012 Use distributed partitioned views to partition tables horizontally across multiple servers. By using distributed partitioned views you can greatly improve the very large database performance. Turn off the "automatically grow file" and "auto shrink" options for your very large database. Autogrowing and autoshrinking result in some performance degradation, therefore you…...

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Tips for using SQL Server 2012 User-Defined Functions

Tips for using SQL Server 2012 User-Defined Functions If you want to invoke a stored procedure directly from a query and this stored procedure returns a scalar value, consider replacing a stored procedure with a scalar user-defined function. A stored procedure cannot be invoked from the SELECT statement, but if you need to invoke some code inside the query, try…...

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Column-Level Security with Views

Column-Level Security with Views Perhaps using views is the best option when it comes to restricting access to a certain column or columns within a table. First, you create a view that selects all the columns from the underlying table except those ones you want to make inaccessible. Then, you grant the SELECT privilege on that view to your users,…...

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Tips for using SQL Server 2012 indexed views

Tips for using SQL Server 2012 indexed views One of the ways to optimize SQL Server 2012 performance is using indexed views. You can improve performance by creating a unique clustered index on the view, if the view is frequently referenced in queries that involve complex processing, such as aggregating lots of data or joining many rows. After creating a…...

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