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Old August 26th, 2005, 08:52 AM
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Hi experts. could an expert tell me what it the best practice in starting writing a queries? should i first write it in paper then run it in sql server ? Furthermore, could an expert tell me a quide line on how to takle a query ?Thanks

 
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Well IMO writing queries on paper wont inform you about errors such as syntax errors, i personally prefer to write queries in Query Analyzer. In query analyzer you will be informed abouy any kind of error exist in the query and once its tested i move it to it's destination such as stored proc..

Charul Shukla





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