Temp tables in SQL Server can improve the efficiency and performance of complex queries by breaking them down into smaller pieces, storing intermediate results in memory, and eliminating unnecessary data.
Adding new columns to tables in SQL Server is a common task for anyone developing and/or maintaining databases, usually driven by the need for new features on an application/script procedure.
This post contains a demo on how to disable CDC (Change Data Capture) in SQL Server 2022. The sp_cdc_disable_table and sp_cdc_disable_db in-built MSSQL SPs are what we should use to disable CDC in SQL Server which is explained more below.
This is a post on how to enable Change Data Capture (CDC) in SQL Server. Enabling this on a database and table will allow the recording of activity when tables and rows have been modified.
When changing the hostname of a computer that is running SQL Server, we have to update system metadata so that remote connections and applications do not lose connectivity.
The DROP TABLE command in SQL Server will do as it suggests and drops a table. This post is to show an example of using this command, including the IF EXISTS argument.