MSDN: Powerful New T-SQL Syntax Gives SQL Server a Programmability Boost

By Bill Graziano on 3 February 2004 | 0 Comments | Tags: SQL Server 2005


The T-SQL language in the upcoming version of SQL Server will provide more power and flexibility than previous versions. Additions and enhancements include error handling with the TRY/CATCH construct, SNAPSHOT isolation, and WAITFOR enhancements. Also important are the BULK rowset provider, common table expressions, recursive queries, PIVOT and UNPIVOT operators, and much more. This article introduces these features so readers will be ready for the next version of SQL Server. Follow the link to MSDN: Powerful New T-SQL Syntax Gives SQL Server a Programmability Boost...

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