I’m starting my own SQL Server Consulting business!

Beginning with tomorrow I’m no longer working for HP Austria, because I’m starting my own SQL Server Consulting business. I’ve been working with SQL Server for almost 10 years now, so now its time for me to give my learning’s back to you through consulting. From 2000 to 2005 I’ve ...

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Vote for my precon workshop for PASS SQLRally

I’m one of the 3 lucky guys whose submitted precon workshop for the developer category for PASS SQLRally is in the final selection for community voting! 🙂 Here’s the abstract that I have submitted which gives you a good overview what I’m talking about, and what you’ll learn in my ...

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Unique and non-unique non-clustered indexes on a non-unique clustered index

In the last weblog post I have talked about the differences in unique and non-unique non-clustered indexes on a unique clustered index. In this weblog post I want to talk about the differences of non-clustered indexes defined on a non-unique clustered index. As you already know from this posting, SQL ...

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Unique and non-unique non-clustered indexes on a unique clustered index

In the last weblog post I have talked about the difference of unique and non-unique clustered indexes. As you have seen SQL Server uses an internal overhead of 4 bytes (the so-called uniquifier) to make non-unique clustered index rows unique. Today I want to work out the difference between unique ...

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Unique/Non-Unique Clustered Indexes

In the last blog post I have talked about unique/non-unique clustered indexes on a heap table. A table without a clustered index is called a heap table in SQL Server. When you define a clustered index on such a table, the table data gets structured and is therefore referred as ...

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