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What is the use of @@IDLE in Transact-SQL?

Posted By :nishithraj     Posted Date :March 16, 2010    Points :10   Category :Sql Server 
@@IDLE informs the time that SQL Server has been idle since it was last started

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What is transact-SQL? Describe its types?

Types of Transact-SQL:
SQL Server Provides three types of Transact-SQL statements namely DDL, DCL, and DML.

Data Definition Language (DDL):
It allows creating, altering and dropping database objects.

Data Control Language (DCL):
It is used to control access to data in the database.
It controls permission on the database objects using grant, revoke or deny statement.

Data Manipulation Language (DML):
It involves retrieval, insertion, deletion, modification in the database.
It includes select, insert, update, and delete command. (More...)

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