I have the query like that:
SELECT orderid, orderdate, custid, empid,
ROW_NUMBER() OVER (PARTITION BY orderdate ORDER BY orderid) rownum
How can I do it with derived table?
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When my colleague makes any change to a query containing a derived table, the word 'WITH' followed by a lot of graphical characters appears after the alias, rendering the query unusable.ÃÂ We have tried this with various existing and new, simple queries, all to no avail.ÃÂ We are editing the queries in Visual Studio 2003, and he does not get this effect when using Visual Studio 2005.ÃÂ I can edit the query in 2003 on my laptop with no ill effects.
Can a query with CTE be used as derived table? The following attempt fails. Thanks.
SELECT * FROM (
WITH CTE AS (SELECT ProductName=Name, Price=ListPrice, ProductID
SELECT RowID=ROW_NUMBER() OVER( ORDER BY ProductID), *
FROM CTE ) x
ORDER BY RowID
I have three versions of an indexed view I'd like to create. I can create the view, but cannot create a clustered index on (CollectionID,
ElementID, TimeID) because the definitions use variously a sub-query, CTE, or derived table, which SQL will
Has anyone figured a workaround for this? Any suggestions much appreciated.
we are doing our cms migration. both cms's have their own articleID/contentID, we have a lookup table that contain the article URL and its content id. Now we want to query that table on every single click to get its respective id.
How and where i can implement this?