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You cannot create an Index on a column of the following data type

Posted By :Syed Shakeer Hussain     Posted Date :September 08, 2009    Points :10   Category :Sql Server 

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Is it possible to create Cluster Index on Unique Key Column?

Unique key column by default creates a non-cluster index on the column. Primary key creates cluster index on the column. The only difference is Unique key column allows only one null value. So is it possible to have cluster index on Unique key column?

The answer is YES. Though Unique key allows null value but it still maintains the uniqueness of the column. (More...)

You have a column that will only contain values from 0 to 256. What's the most economical data type to use for the column?


Correct Answer : B
A SMALLINT data type uses only 2 bytes of data and can store value from -32,768 to 32,767. A TINYINT data type cannot be used because the maximum value it can hold is 255. Although an INT data type can be used, SMALLINT will use only 2 bytes compared to INT's 4 bytes. VARCHAR(3) will use 3 bytes while DECIMAL(3) will use 5 bytes.

Can we declare column with xml data type to hold xml data?

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What are the requirements to create a CLR based user-defined type?

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Which property on a Combo Box do you set with a column name, prior to setting the Data Source, to display data in the combo box?

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What is the minimum value of TINYINT data type?

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What will you do if you need to create clustered index on more than one field? Is it possible?

The answer is yes and no.
You can create clustered index only one clustered index in table.
Either you can create index on entire table or you can create clustered index on a view covering entire table.
Suppose, you have created table with following:
CREATE TABLE [dbo].[Table1](
[field1] [int] IDENTITY(1,1) NOT NULL,
[field2] [nchar](10) ,
[field3] [nchar](10) ,
[field4] [nchar](10)
Create index on entire table:
CREATE INDEX idx_coverTable ON Table1(field1, field2) INCLUDE (field3, field4)
Create clustered index on a view covering entire table:
SELECT field1, field2, field3, field4 FROM dbo.Table1
CREATE UNIQUE CLUSTERED INDEX idx_viewClustered ON dbo.v1111(field1, field2, field3, field4)
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