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Create XML/HTML with T-SQL
Generating XML/HTML output in SQL Server
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Sending email from SQL is not a difficult to achieve, but generating rich HTML content might be. SQL Server itself is not built as a text processor, first approach would be to build HTML by simple concatenating the string elements. This approach will work, but over time it will become more and more difficult to maintain especially if you need to add layout elements over time. ... read more
IP address to octets split in TSQL
Split IP addresse into octets in SQL Server
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In case you need to handle IP addresses in SQL, they are not much useful as string values. To do anything with them rather then just storing and retrieving (checking the ranges for example) you need to split IP address to segments (octets). The following is modified method I run into online. ... read more
Reducing the number of Stored Procedures for the Application
Approach to reduce number of stored procedure for the application
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Nowadays, in the years of ORM, barely anyone thinks about stored procedures, but they are still there and accessing and reading data with ADO and SqlDataReader ist still the fastest way. Stored procedures are validated, parsed and compiled in SQL server, so these steps are not required to be performed versus plaint text query (which is what entity framework generates for accessing data). ... read more
Transform comma seperated string to rows in SQL Server
Use comma separated string in TSQL
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Passing complex data to and from stored procedures has always been a tricky one. The most elegant way to pass values to a stored procedure is to use predefined data types in SQL Server... read more
Migrate stored procedures across databases
Copy stored procedure from one database to another with T-SQL
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When working on an app you create all your stored procedures, functions, tables, view and other objects in a development database (or t least it should be like that). A small but annoying problem occurs when you have to migrate your stored procedures to test or production database. Imagine during development you had let's say 20 stored procedures... read more