T/SQL Back To Basics

Published On: 2008-03-03By:

I’ve seen a lot of posts online over the last few weeks with people asking about basic query syntax.  So over the next few posts I’m going to show some basic T/SQL queries as well as some more “advanced” features and syntaxes.

Hopefully you’ll find these syntaxes useful.

All the code syntaxes will cover SQL 2000 and SQL 2005.  Where code only works in one version or another it will be noted.


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3 responses to “T/SQL Back To Basics”

  1. MarlonR says:

    and some codes/articles for the service broker…

    -marlon ribunal

  2. Mrdenny says:

    Sure, I can write about service broker as part of the series. I’ve got some other stuff that I’ve got planned, so it’ll probably be a few weeks until it shows up on the site.

    I’m a huge fan of Service Broker, so it’ll be no problem.


  3. Mrdenny says:

    If anyone else has a request for something they would like to see as part of this series, please feel free to let me know.


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