Download e-book for iPad: Expert Performance Indexing in SQL Server by Grant Fritchey, Jason Strate

By Grant Fritchey, Jason Strate

This e-book is a deep dive into might be the single-most very important part of fine functionality: indexes, and the way to top use them. The publication starts off within the shallow waters with motives of the kinds of indexes and the way they're saved in databases. relocating deeper into the subject, and additional into the publication, you are going to examine the data which are amassed either by means of indexes and on indexes. You’ll higher comprehend what indexes are doing within the database and what might be performed to mitigate and increase their impact on functionality. the ultimate vacation spot is a guided travel via a couple of actual existence eventualities exhibiting methods you could take to enquire, mitigate, and increase the functionality of your database.

* Defines the kinds of indexes and their implementation options
* offers use circumstances and customary styles in employing indexing
* Describes and clarify the index metadata and statistics
* presents a framework of thoughts and techniques for indexing databases


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9) to start creating document properties. 9 The Custom page of the Word Properties sheet. To create a document property, enter its name (no spaces), select the type, enter a value (a space will do for a Text property), and then click Add. 10 shows the doc properties for the Milano Letter (Doc Props) template. 10 The Doc properties for the Milano Letter (Doc Props) template. Next, place DocProperty fields in the template where you want the values in the doc properties to display. One bookmark is still needed, even if you are using doc properties to display data from Access: The BarCode field needs to reference a bookmark in order to create the PostNet bar code.

16 Selecting a report style. 17) — I called it rptNorthwindSales. Select the “Modify the report’s design” option to open the report in design view, and click Finish. 17 The Finish screen of the Report Wizard. 18. 18 Opening the property sheet. 19. 19 Setting the Hide Duplicates property to No to eliminate duplicate data on a report. Although it is generally not a problem for report controls to have the same names as their bound fields (because they are rarely, if ever, referenced in code), I like to give the appropriate tags to the bound controls at least.

9 A report with formatted text. 10 Storing and Displaying Data in Access Using a Naming Convention I first realized what a problem it is to work in a database with no naming convention when I took over a database created by another programmer. The database had a table, a query, a form, a report, a function, and five or six variables (of different data types) all called Sales (this was only one of a number of sets of objects with the same name). This meant that when I encountered the word “Sales” in VBA code, I had no idea whether it was a reference to a table, form, query, function, or variable, unless the context made it clear.

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