SQL SERVER – Cheatsheet – Released for SQL Server 2012 Edition

SQL Server Cheatsheet has been extremely popular download from my blog. There are plenty of request for me to update it with SQL Server 2012 features. I have finally upgraded the cheatsheet with SQL Server 2012 features. The new cheatsheet has following updates

  • SSMS Shortcuts
  • Columnstore Index
  • SQL Server 2012 Datetime Functions
  • SQL Server Ranking Functions
  • SQL Server 2012 Analytic functions
It has been excellent experience to upgrade the cheatsheet. However, as the new cheatsheet contains way more information than earlier version of the cheatsheet, the size of the page is also increased. The page size is now no more A4 size, it has been increased to A3 size. When printed on A3 page it looks very clean and easy to read. If you print that on A4, you will find the pages are bit small.
Cheatsheet is free for anybody and everybody to download and print it, as long as you do not modify it. However, it is now allowed to store, host or upload anywhere without prior permission. 
Previous cheatsheet was very popular and I have received many good comments. I am eagerly waiting for your feedback about this new updated cheatsheet.

Download SQL Server Cheatsheet

I have printed limited copies of the cheatsheet on photo quality laminated A3 size page. This looks AWESOME!

Reference: Pinal Dave (http://blog.sqlauthority.com)

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16 thoughts on “SQL SERVER – Cheatsheet – Released for SQL Server 2012 Edition

  1. Thanks a lot for the resource.

    It’s a bit confusing when it comes to download it though, ad the download link is so close to the google ad…

    In any case, a SQL cheat sheet is an absolute necessity, thanks again!

  2. I think you have a typo above. I believe you meant to state “not” and not “now”.

    However, it is “now” allowed to store, host or upload anywhere without prior permission.

    Thanks for the great cheat sheet.

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  4. Good One…Thanks.
    Note:
    1) Didnt see an entry for TRY_CAST under the New SQL 2012 Function
    2) Pagination using OFFSET and FETCH NEXT implementation is missing
    3) Sequence creation
    4) Exception handling using THROW

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