This is another in a group of several posts on modernizing T-SQL code with new features and functionality available in SQL Server.
SQL Server 2016 gave us the Continue reading “Modernizing Your T-SQL: String Aggregation”
STRING_SPLIT() function, but what about the reverse – compiling a set of values into one delimited string? We only had to wait 15 months for the release of SQL Server 2017, and the
This is the first of several posts on modernizing T-SQL code with new features and functionality available in SQL Server.
Last year, you finally retired the last of your SQL Server 2008R2 instances. Congratulations! But are you taking advantage of everything that your new instances have to offer? Unless you did a review of all of the T-SQL in your applications, I’m guessing not.
At one time or another, we all find ourselves having to do some string parsing, especially splitting strings on a delimiter. Nearly all of us have one (or two or a dozen) functions for doing this somewhere on every instance of SQL Server. But since SQL Server 2016, we’ve had an official way to do it – the Continue reading “Modernizing Your T-SQL: Splitting Strings”