Disadvantages Using Functions

any disadvanges using user defined functions calling from stored procedures??

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Autonumber Disadvantages

i am thinking of using autonumber in my table which is more likely to grow over time. but i am also concerned that what if the records get too much? is there is any other fields to use instead of autonumber? is uniqueidentifier a better option? i have a bit of discussion with my colleague about this matter.

any help is appreciated

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Running SQL Server as a DOMAIN user account.

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Dear SQL...

I'm about to use uniqueidentifier and NEWID() for my new DB,

The DB may grow wild and I want to super safely create connections between tables,
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If U had some BAD experience with this or if U have any tips I can use please let me know


Should I take any special steps when using index on it ?

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I would like to start a discussion on the advantages and disadvantages of SSIS according to your own experiences.


Your participation would be much appreciated.




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What are the advantages/disadvantages.
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Dear Sirs and Madams,

it's quite hard to find informations about OLAP mining I think. So I have some questions to you: 

What advantages do I have by using Olap Mining instead of "normal" mining (relational databases)?
Is it just faster or are there other advantages?

What are the disadvantages? The data can be overaggregated (no detailled results), can not? Are there other disadvantages?

What problem do I have to face?

Whats going on with empty cells?

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SQL Server 2005: CLR Functions Vs SQL Functions

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Thescenarios are as follows:(A) Use a simple CASE function to calculate a column(B) Use a simple CASE function to calculate a column and as a criterionin the WHERE clause(C) Use a scalar UDF to calculate a column(D) Use a scalar UDF to calculate a column and as a criterion in theWHERE clause(E) Use a scalar CLR UDF to calculate a column(F) Use a scalar CLR UDF to calculate a column and as a criterion inthe WHERE clauseA sample of the results is as follows (time in milliseconds):(295310 row(s) affected)A: 1563(150003 row(s) affected)B: 906(295310 row(s) affected)C: 2703(150003 row(s) affected)D: 2533(295310 row(s) affected)E: 2060(150003 row(s) affected)F: 2190The scalar CLR UDF function was significantly faster than the classicscalar UDF, even for this very simple function. Perhaps a more complexfunction would have shown even a greater difference. Based on this, Imust conclude that Erland was right. 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However, at thispoint I'm going to shy away from using these unless I can't find a wayto do the calculation with standard SQL.In a way, I'm happy that basic SQL still seems to be the fastest way toget things done. 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WIthin SQL Server 2005, there are functions.  This feature is new to me and I haven't found anyone that has written their own fucntions?  I'm wondering if functions are written the same as stored procedures, and can a function be called from a stored procedure or even from within a query.

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Hello,how I can use a function of my own within a select statement. I triedcreate function funny() returns intas beginreturn( 2 )end goand then "select funny()" but 'funny' is not a recognized function name.How can I solve this?thanks and regardsMark

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hello Im having a difficult time translating this query from Access to SQL because it uses the First/Last functions.

I have a 'Projects' Table and a 'Project_Comments' table, each has a 'Project_ID' field which links the 2 together. What I need to do is retrieve a Project List from the Projects Table and also the first Comment of each project based on the Commend_date field in the Project_Comments table. This is the MS ACCESS query:

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I have created a function that returns a comma seperated list of product id's from a table. I need to call this function from a stored procedure to help filter my product results, something like the following:

SET @SQL = 'SELECT dbo.Products.ProductID FROM dbo.Products WHERE dbo.Products.ProductID IN (' + dbo.GetModels('dbo.Products.ProductID', '') + '))'

The problem I am having when executing the above is:

"Conversion failed when converting the varchar value 'dbo.Products.ProductID' to data type int."

Can anyone shed some light on how I can call the function, feeding through the product ID from the row of the select statement I am trying to execute (if this makes sense).

Any help would be great.


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Are There MIN(A,B) Or MAX(A,B) Functions In SQL?

Just wondering, since I came across a case where I have to select the MIN of 2 dates, or MAX of 2 dates

say I want

min_date = MIN(dateA, dateB)

max_date = MAX(dateA, dateB)


I can probably do it with CASE statement, but that seems a bit clumsy

like min_date = CASE WHEN dateA < dateB THEN dateA ELSE dateB END



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Functions In Functions

I have to calculate data in function with "EXEC". During runtime I get the Error:
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I would use a Stored Procedure, but the function is to be called from a view. I don't understand, why that should not be possible. Is there any way to shut that message down or to work around?
btw: Storing all the data in a table, would mean a lot of work, I rather not like to do. ;-)
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I've created a function that performs modulo.  I understand that SQL server 2000 / 2005 uses % for modulo, but we have an application that was written for Oracle.  Oracle has a mod(dividend, divisor) function.
As to not rewite the queries, I would like to implement the function below:
the function executes properly but I must prefix it with the dbo schema.
Net:  I can execute  ---   select dbo.mod(9,2) and it returns a 1 just like it should.
but I can not execute ---  select  mod(9,2)   I receive the error "'mod' is not a recognized function name." on SQL 2000 and 2005.

If I can execute select mod(9,2) then I won't need to re-write any queries.
Also, on SQL 2005, I have tried to adjust the default shema, and the execute as  clause, but neither helped my cause.
I'm going to try building the function in the CLR, but I think I will be faced with the same problem.
Can someone point me in the right direction?

create function mod 
 @dividend int,
 @divisor int
   RETURNS int
 declare @mod int
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SQL CE DLL Functions

Can someone explain what the different SQL CE DLL's functions are?   I can issue a successful merge replication and these seem to be the DLL's loaded just after it completes.

RSSWM.exe base address: 2C000000
sqlceoledb30.dll 00CB0000    35000 A
  sqlceca30.dll 00CF0000    75000 A
  sqlceqp30.dll 00D70000    DD000 A
  sqlcese30.dll 00E50000    6A000 A
sqlceer30en.dll 00EC0000    24000 A
  itcnetreg.dll 00EF0000    15000 A
itcswinsock.dll 00F10000     D000 A
      itc50.dll 00F30000    27000 A
  sqlceme30.dll 00F70000    10000 A
  rsshelper.dll 00F80000     6000 A
tcpconnectiona.dll 00F90000    10000 A
     edbgtl.dll 00FA0000    14000 A
itceventlog.dll 01110000     B000 A
     rsaenh.dll 01350000    2B000 RO, H, S, C, RAM from ROM
iq_lapi_c_wrapper.dll 01B80000    27000 RO, XIP
      ssapi.dll 01BB0000    17000 RO, XIP
 mscoree2_0.dll 01D90000    C3000 RO, H, S, XIP

After some application activity, I attempt a merge replication again and it fails with a "DLL could not be loaded" yadda, yadda message.  These seem to be the loaded DLL's at this point.

RSSWM.exe base address: 2C000000
  sqlceqp30.dll 00D70000    DD000 A
  sqlcese30.dll 00E50000    6A000 A
sqlceer30en.dll 00EC0000    24000 A
  itcnetreg.dll 00EF0000    15000 A
itcswinsock.dll 00F10000     D000 A
itcadcdevmgmt.dll 00F20000     9000 A
      itc50.dll 00F30000    27000 A
  sqlceme30.dll 00F70000    10000 A
  rsshelper.dll 00F80000     6000 A
tcpconnectiona.dll 00F90000    10000 A
     edbgtl.dll 00FA0000    14000 A
itceventlog.dll 01110000     B000 A
     rsaenh.dll 01350000    2B000 RO, H, S, C, RAM from ROM
iq_lapi_c_wrapper.dll 01B80000    27000 RO, XIP
      ssapi.dll 01BB0000    17000 RO, XIP
 mscoree2_0.dll 01D90000    C3000 RO, H, S, XIP

I'm at a loss as to why SQL CE cannot load unless I am out of my 32MB of process space for some reason.

(App on an Intermec 751 with WM5 and 128MB RAM)

TIA for any help

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I just installed SSRS 2005 and I have experience with SQL.


How come this function does not work?


FROM     table1


I get a message which states that this command is not supported by the provider?


It works fine with other SQL tools like winsql?



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Aggregate Functions

I have a table that is used for employee evaluations.  There are six questions that are scored either 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5.  I want to tally the responses on a page, but I wonder if I can do it without 35 separate calls to the database (I also want to get the average response for each question).  I know I can do  "SELECT  COUNT(intWorkQuality) AS Qual1 FROM dbo.Summer_Project_Req WHERE intWorkQuality = '1' " and then "SELECT  COUNT(intWorkQuality) AS Qual2 FROM dbo.Summer_Project_Req WHERE intWorkQuality = '2' " and so on.  But can I somehow do the aggregating at the page level, and just refer back to a datasource that uses a generic statement like "SELECT intWorkQuality, intDepend, intAnalyze, intWrite, intOral, intCompatibility FROM dbo.Summer_Project_Req"?  If I can, I am not sure what type of control would be best to use or what syntax to use to write the code-behind. I would like the results to be displayed in a grid format. Thanks in advance for your help.

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Need Help--implementing Functions In C#???

Hi y'all I think i have some problem in here perhaps you guys can help.I have this code: 1 public void AddQstrWhere(ref string TmpStr,string Parameter)
2 {
3 if(TmpStr=="")
4 {
5 TmpStr +="WHERE"+Parameter;
6 }
7 else
8 {
9 TmpStr +="AND"+Parameter;
10 }
11 }
14 public string querySlsPerson;
15 //public string queryLastSls;
16 public ArrayList CLSGetSalesman(string szSalesmanID)
17 {
20 // TODO: Add CLSReportManager.CLSGetSalesman implementation
21 BOSTx Tex = GetTx(CLSReportConstants.TrnMasterID.FQN2,"QueryRptSales");
22 try
23 {
24 string querySalesPerson = "SELECT dbo.BOS_GL_Workplace.WpszState, BOS_PI_Employee_1.szName, dbo.BOS_PI_Employee.szName AS Expr1, dbo.BOS_PI_Employee.szEmployeeId, "+
25 " dbo.BOS_PI_Division.szName AS Divisi, dbo.BOS_PI_Team.szDescription "+
26 " FROM dbo.BOS_PI_Employee LEFT OUTER JOIN "+
27 " dbo.BOS_GL_Workplace ON dbo.BOS_PI_Employee.szWorkplaceId = dbo.BOS_GL_Workplace.szWorkplaceId LEFT OUTER JOIN "+
28 " dbo.BOS_PI_Division ON dbo.BOS_PI_Employee.szDivisionId = dbo.BOS_PI_Division.szDivisionId LEFT OUTER JOIN "+
29 " dbo.BOS_PI_Team ON dbo.BOS_PI_Employee.szTeamId = dbo.BOS_PI_Team.szTeamId LEFT OUTER JOIN "+
30 " dbo.BOS_PI_Employee BOS_PI_Employee_1 ON dbo.BOS_PI_Employee.szSupervisorId = BOS_PI_Employee_1.szEmployeeId ";
31 //"WHERE dbo.BOS_PI_Employee.szEmployeeId = '"+szSalesmanID+"'";
32 //" WHERE BOS_GL_Workplace.WpszState = '" + szProvince + "' AND BOS_PI_Employee.szName = '" + szsalesPrsn + "' AND BOS_PI_Employee_1.szName = '" + szSupervisor + "'";
34 string wheretext = " dbo.BOS_PI_Employee.szEmployeeId = '"+szSalesmanID+"'";
35 string queryLastSls;
36 //AddQstrWhere(szSalesmanID,wheretext);
37 if(szSalesmanID==string.Empty)
38 {
39 queryLastSls = querySalesPerson;
40 }
41 else
42 {
43 //string querySlsPerson;
44 AddQstrWhere(ref queryLastSls,wheretext);
46 queryLastSls = querySalesPerson + querySlsPerson;
47 }
49 OleDbCommand comd = Tex.GetTextCommand();
50 comd.CommandText = queryLastSls;
52 DataTable slTable = new DataTable();
53 OleDbDataAdapter adapt = new OleDbDataAdapter(comd);
54 adapt.Fill(slTable);
57 ArrayList DataSalesArr = new ArrayList();
58 foreach(DataRow row in slTable.Rows)
59 {
60 CSDatasales sls = new CSDatasales();
61 sls.sz_province = row["WpszState"].ToString();
62 sls.sz_supervisorname = row["szName"].ToString();
63 sls.sz_salemanname = row["Expr1"].ToString();
64 sls.sz_salesmancode = row["szEmployeeId"].ToString();
65 sls.sz_Divisi = row["Divisi"].ToString();
66 sls.sz_typeOp = row["szDescription"].ToString();
68 DataSalesArr.Add(sls);
69 }
70 Tex.CloseConnection();
71 //AddQstrWhere("",wheretext);
73 return (DataSalesArr);
75 }
76 catch(Exception ex)
77 {
78 throw ex;
79 }
81 }
82 You see I want to make the query more dynamic. So instead of making the SQL parameter permanent I wanna make it dynamic, so the usercan choose whether they want to use the parameter or not. I already declare the parameter which is szSalesmanID. There's a function called AddQStrWhere which can make the query more dynamic. But the thing is when I wanna use the parameter it seems the code doesn't take it, it just use the regular query I dont know why.I already use the function but it just wont work, can you guys tell me what's wrong, Please I really do need some help from you guys, feelin; a lil' bit desperate in here.I appreciate any kinds of help, thanks. FYI: I use Visual Studio.NET 2003, SQL Server 2000.Best Regards.   

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