A few days ago, I wrote a blog about a new feature in SSMS and I got few emails asking me to share such quick and fresh information. You can read my earlier blog here SQL Download – SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) – Performance Dashboard. In this blog post we will learn about the brand new feature called Object Explorer Query Tracking.
During recent SQL Server Performance Tuning Practical Workshop I receive following question about Query Optimizer Fixes.
It has been quite a long time since I stopped posting about various SQL downloads available on the interest. The reason was that many users were not interested in learning about it. However the latest release of SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS), requires a mention about it. The latest version contains Performance Dashboard by default.
The best part of my SQL Server Performance Tuning Practical Workshop is that at the end of the workshop we spend quite a good amount of time to solve the issues users have in their production system. During one of the recent workshop, I was asked a very interesting question about temporary tables.
SQL SERVER – Missing Columns and Other Folders in SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) in Object Explorer
On Random basis, I do get some emails and comments on my blog which makes me do some research and write more blogs to share my thoughts and findings. This blog is an outcome of one such email communication with a user. Let us learn about missing columns in SSMS.
Question: How to Add Column at Specific Location in Table?
Answer: Order of the column in the table should not matter.