There are two different ways one can rename view in SQL Server. Let us see in today’s blog post how to rename view. 1) SSMS 2) T-SQL
SQL SERVER – Using NOEXPAND with Indexed View
I was helping one of my clients with tuning a view (my personal opinion, I do not like views), when I used NOEXPAND with the Indexed view…
SQL SERVER – Modifying Table Used In SCHEMABINDING View
I received a very interesting question from the user. The question is about modifying the table used in the SCHEMABINDING View.
What is SCHEMABINDING in SQL Server Views? – Interview Question of the Week #245
SCHEMABINDING keywords prevent tables used in the views to make any such modifications that can affect the view’s definition.
SQL Server Performance Tuning Practical Workshop – Relaunched
In the year 2017 just for an experiment, I decided to start a SQL Server Performance Tuning Practical Workshop. I had no idea, that I will be the biggest and most popular service delivered by SQLAuthority.com. Since the year 2017, I have been delivering one or two workshops every week.
SQL SERVER – How to Identify Columns Used In A View?
The views are very tricky. Sometimes they help performance and sometimes they negatively impact performance. Recently, during Comprehensive Database Performance Health Check, I realized that one of the view was the real performance killer. The challenge was to identify column used in a view. We decided to open the view and list all the columns but that was very cumbersome tasks. Finally, we decided to write a script which can help identify columns used in a view.