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SQL SELECT Statement

SQL SELECT is probably the most widely used SQL statement. That’s why we have decided to investigate options that can be used in the query.

Besides, the article contains a bunch of use cases of the SELECT statement with practical examples and lists three simple ways to retrieve data with the help of dbForge Studio for SQL Server.

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How to Create, Update, and Drop Views in PostgreSQL

The definition of a view in PostgreSQL—and in other SQL database management systems, for that matter—is rather simple: a view is a virtual table that does not form part of the physical schema. It is computed or collated dynamically from data in ordinary tables (a.k.a. base tables). In this article, we are going to show you how to create PostgreSQL views and manage them with ease.

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How to Create Login, User, and Grant Permissions in SQL Server

In the article, we are going to examine how to create a new user account and grant/revoke permissions and roles on a database object, as well as how to check SQL Server user permissions on the database using T-SQL and dbForge Studio for SQL Server.

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Introduction to SQL Server Temporary Tables

We all need to refer to temporary tables quite often. They are necessary to deal with interim aggregations or outputting intermediate results. However, it is also essential to delete temporary tables after using them. 

In this article, we’ll examine the basics of temporary tables and define how they differ from table variables. Then, we’ll learn how to delete temporary tables correctly, and we’ll create a stored procedure for deleting temporary tables in a current session.

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