Yes, it is 132 rows of magic! Now that we have this super cool table, how do we use it? Let’s pretend that my data is time-stamped in US Mountain Standard Time, but I want to display it in Western Australia Standard Time.
Solomon Rutzky wraps up his series on Unicode and regular identifiers: The question that I’m trying to answer is: what are the valid “letters” and “decimal numbers” from other national scripts? I tried using the online research tool “UnicodeSet”, but that gave slightly different results compared (using the “alphabetic” and “numeric_type = decimal” properties) to […]
Grant Fritchey isn’t crazy when it comes to execution plans: Now, when you save an execution plan out to a file, you’re potentially transmitting PI data. It goes further. When you hard code values, PI is not just in the query. Those PI values can also be stored throughout the plan in various properties. So […]