In a previous post I talked about how to find highly populated tables in a database. I’m going to expand on that in this post to show how to catalog a database into data-holding tables and supporting details tables. Continue reading “TSQL Query to List Tables in a Database with Row Counts”
In this article I’ll show how to get the most recent record for a group of records in a SQL Server table. There are a number of ways to do this including CTEs and nested subqueries. Since nested subqueries are the most widely supported across the different versions of SQL Server, I consider them the most robust/straightforward way to get the job done, so in this article I will show you how to solve this problem using a nested subquery in either your WHERE or your FROM clause.
At the end of this article I’ll give the full working example Pet shop table and query that you can copy and paste into a SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) session to try out the code for yourself.
If you find this article useful, be sure to check out my other SQL Server related articles for more tips.
A cool effect you can do with CSS/HTML is to position a button (or any element really) at the top right hand side of a table. For example you could use this to refresh the contents of the table when the button is clicked. It’s intuitive to the user and is a subtle way to add functionality that is only apparent when it is needed. Continue reading “CSS Examples of Two Ways to Position a Button at the Top Right of a Table”