Microsoft SQL Server Snippets
Snippets are available with TeamSQL Pro Plan.
First item is the label of snippet so you can start writing one of the labels in TeamSQL Query Editor and use them.
SELECT * FROM...
Simple SELECT command
SELECT * FROM with WHERE clause...
Simple SELECT command with WHERE clause
SELECT with INNER JOIN...
SELECT Command with INNER JOIN
Insert into a table on "dbo"
INSERT INTO with SELECT...
Insert into a table on "dbo" using ...
Which database engines will you support?
In addition to MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server, PostgreSQL and AWS Redshift, we will be supporting those engines in the following weeks:
Connection Microsoft SQL Server over TCP/IP
You must enable TCP/IP connection of Microsoft SQL Server, so you can connect it to from TeamSQL. It's required.
Please check this out to enable TCP/IP Connection of Microsoft SQL Server : https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh231672(v=sql.110).aspx
Checks these first:
Start the "SQL SERVER BROWSER" Service in Windows services if it's not already started. See: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms165734(v=sql.90).aspx
Host name cannot be "." (dot) SQL Server ...
Keep your data safe with QuerySense
I will start this article with a real-life story: As a database consultant, I do a lot of different works. I write technical articles, do some other database tasks like SQL development and database administration. So, I have a lot of SQL clients, and tools installed on my computer. One sunny day I begin to work in the morning. While I am enjoying my coffee I opened my SQL client, and I run a simple script to create and populate a table for an article. Before I create a table, I try a “drop ...
The GROUP BY Clause
The GROUP BY statement is often used with aggregate functions (such as COUNT, MAX, and SUM) so that you can group a set of rows by one or more columns. Here’s a high-level overview of how you can use it, as well as information on how it works and some tips to keep in mind.
As an example, here’s a table with some pets data.
We can count the number of each species present in our table using the GROUP BY clause.
How the GROUP BY Clause Works
Saving and Managing Queries in TeamSQL
You can easily save the queries you execute in TeamSQL for future reference.
You can initiate a save by clicking Save Query, using CTRL + S (in Linux or Windows), or using ⌘ + S (in macOS). You will be prompted to provide a name for your query if this is the first time you’ve saved.
TeamSQL now displays the name of your query in the query’s tab, as well as in the left-hand navigation bar.
Viewing Your Saved Queries
In addition to accessing ...