Script to find complete months between two given dates

Complete months between two given dates Below script will help in finding the complete months within the 2 given dates. In the below script we takes below dates as exampleStartdate =2015-07-05 Enddate =2016-01-06 /**********************Script Start**************************/ IF (object_id(‘tempdb..#month’) is not null) DROP TABLE #month CREATE TABLE #month (id int identity(1,1),MonthStartDate DATETIME,MonthEndDate DATETIME) DECLARE @startdate AS DATETIME […]

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Script to find the complete weeks within two given dates

Complete weeks within two given dates Sometimes we need to find out the complete weeks within two given dates. Below script will help in finding the complete weeks within 2 given dates. In this script, I have used below dates as exampleStartdate=2015-04-12 Enddate=2015-06-10 SET DATEFORMAT YMD if (object_id(‘tempdb..#weekdays’) is not null) drop table #weekdays Declare […]

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Importance of Best Practices in database programming

Best Practices in database programming For any programming language, just writing the code is not well enough. It should be written using the best practices. This article Best Practices in database programming  I will try to explain the disadvantages of writing code without using Best Practices and later on how best practices can be implemented […]

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SQL Script to find the missing indexes

Script to find the missing indexes Performance tuning in SQL is important exercise and index creation is an important part of it. Sometimes base on the frequent SQL queries, we need to create some indexes or missing indexes which are enhance the query performance. Below script will help in finding the missing indexes. SELECT db_name(d.database_id) dbname , object_name(d.object_id) […]

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SQL Script to find the list of all the jobs failed yesterday

One of the important task of any DBA is to find out all the jobs which are failed yesterday. Below SQL Script can be used to find out all the jobs which are failed yesterday. SELECT DISTINCT CAST(CONVERT(datetime,CAST(run_date AS char(8)),101) AS char(11)) AS ‘Failure Date’, SUBSTRING(T2.name,1,40) AS ‘Job Name’, T1.step_id AS ‘Step_id’, T1.step_name AS ‘Step […]

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