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10 Things in SQL Server That Don't Work as Expected

07.23.2013
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So far, I have been blogging about curious RDBMS caveats mostly related to Oracle and MySQL databases. Some examples:

But there are also other databases that have one or two things that don't work as expected. For example, SQL Server. Here’s an interesting blog post, showing 10 things in SQL Server that don’t work as expected:
http://tech.pro/tutorial/1419/10-things-in-sql-server-which-don-t-work-as-expected

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