What is sorting and what is the difference between sorting and clustered indexes?1 6226
What is the use of SCOPE_IDENTITY() function?2 3849
Can we rollback records deleted by a truncate statement?3 5673
How many types of indexes are there in SQL Server?6 7341
How many types of TRIGGERS are there in MS SQL Server?8 24946
Difference between: - Delete & Truncate - Table & View - Constraints & Triggers1 3681
Difference b/w Clustered & non-clustered index? Not the bookish definition, but how they internally works in SQL Server?1 3812
Can we execute a stored procedure inside a trigger?6 18754
What is the query optimization statistics?1 1347
1. What is CUBE Operator? 2. what are the new data types are available in sql server 2008? 3. Inisde a nested queries, how many subqueries u can have?3 4088
write a query for list of owner who are having multiple bikes in below table 1 shanker pulsar 2 shanker Honda 3 shanker car 4 Balu pulsar 5 Balu Honda 6 Balu car 7 Shyam pulsar 8 Jaya Honda 9 Deepa car 10 vasu car12 7740
How will u test the stroded procedures and functions? difference between SP and Triggers
explain the type of contraints3 2732
last function used in MS Access to convert sql what function will use in sql
Write a Select Query to display title for each group of records, which are collected with Compute Clause? Like titlefield column-A column-B ..... ..... ..... Sum ... titlefield column-A column-B ..... ..... ..... Sum ...
In one interview...interviewer ask me question pleas tell me sql server architecture.. can any body tell me the sql server architecture with digram
In my application I have a process which picks the scanned files (tif format) from a shared location and it links to application and shown on it.The actuall issue is that my process picks the file before it is completly written or scanned which results in displaying few parts of the image or incomplete image.I need to check if the file is not completly scanned or written then do not link it to application.Please help if any body tell me that how can i check that file is in written phase or locked through DTS.thanking you in advance
whats new about truncate in sql server 2008?
What is log shipping? Can we do logshipping with SQL Server 7.0 - Logshipping is a new feature of SQL Server 2000. We should have two SQL Server - Enterprise Editions. From Enterprise Manager we can configure the logshipping. In logshipping the transactional log file from one server is automatically updated into the backup database on the other server. If one server fails, the other server will have the same db and we can use this as the DR (disaster recovery) plan.
Issues related in upgrading SQL Server 2000 to 2005 / 2008
how can u get last observation in an unknown dataset ?
Why do you want to join software field as you have done your BE in Electronics?
Tell about MOM Tool(Microsoft Operator Manager)?
what is checksum in sql server.........???
You have modified 100 store procedures and want to replicate these changes from development to prodution, and production can have users using the Server/DB, how would you replicate without causing issues?
tell me the disaster recovery plan
How to restore performance issues and how to check?