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Limitation of IN clause in SQL

Is there any limitation of the "IN" clause in SQL, e.g., it does not take more than 1,000 parameters as its input in parentheses? As far as I know, the SQL language itself has no limitation of this ty... read more

The OUTPUT Clause for the MERGE Statements

Some of the limitations that are listed out in Microsoft library: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms177564(v=sql.110).aspx. The OUTPUT clause is not supported in the following statements: ... read more

Bad Query Performance Tips Rebutted

Use WHERE clause to limit the size of the resultant tables that ... To improve query performance in SQL server, use TABLOCKX while inserting into the table and use TABLOCK while merging. read more

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Limits on number of tables in a FROM clause

In IBM's DB/2 for OS/390, their documentation lists 15 as the maximum number of tables in the FROM clause of a ... speak to DB/2's limitations nor can I speak to whether or not its documentation contr... read more


Practical SQL: Subqueries in FROM and SELECT Clauses

(Unless otherwise noted, queries are run on Microsoft SQL Server 7.0.) select title ... 42.95 (9 row(s) affected) Subqueries in HAVING clauses limit group result rows. If you are interested in the typ... read more

The OUTPUT Clause for UPDATE Statements

The OUTPUT clause was introduced in SQL Server 2005 version. The OUTPUT clause returns the values of each row that was affected by an INSERT, UPDATE or DELETE statements. It even supports the MERGE st... read more

Superset: benefits and limitations of the open source data visualization tool by Airbnb

As we have already mentioned the open source data visualization tool is written in ... t allow to use JOIN clause when building a slice so we have to create custom query inside visualization type clas... read more

Stop Trying to Emulate SQL OFFSET Pagination with Your In-House DB Framework!

OFFSET clause SELECT * FROM BOOK LIMIT 2, 1 -- Derby, SQL Server 2012, Oracle 12, SQL:2008 SELECT * FROM BOOK OFFSET 2 ROWS FETCH NEXT 1 ROWS ONLY -- Ingres. Eek, almost the standard. Almost! SELECT * ... read more

SQL Server: Advantages and Drawbacks of User-Defined Functions

Because UDFs are new in SQL Server 2000, there are many debates about when you ... Let's examine some of the limitations of UDFs that prevent them from being as effective as stored procedures. As we m... read more

DB2 and the fetch-first clause

If your version of DB2 does not support the fetch-first clause, you are sort of stuck with opening a cursor and counting rows. You might be able to limit the number of rows returned using some "tricky ... read more

SQL CONSTRAINT clauses: FOREIGN KEY, CHECK and DEFAULT

The CONSTRAINT clause in SQL Server is a powerful tool for maintaining the integrity ... or you can use CHECK constraints to limit the values that can be inserted into a column. You can also create DE... read more



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