What are Constraints

What are Constraints:- Constraints are an ANSI-standard method of enforcing data integrity. Constraints ensure valid data values are entered in columns and that the relationships between tables should be maintained. Integrity Type Constraint type Target Description Domain DEFAULT Column Specifies the default value for the column when INSERT statement does not provide a value. CHECK Column Specifies

What is Data Integrity in Sql server and its types

What is Data Integrity in Sql server and its types An important part in database designing and planning is deciding way to enforce the integrity of the data. Data integrity refers to the consistency and accuracy of data that is stored in your database.Enforcing data integrity ensures the quality of the data in your database.

How to Insert images in body when using Gmail

In this tutorial you can learn how you insert images in the body part of your gmail. Open your Gmail account. Click on settings on the right top side. Then click on Laps tab as shown in below image.   Click on image to enlarge   Now search for inserting images as shown on below

What Are Partitioned Indexes in Sql server

In SQL Server 2008, just as you can divide tables into partitions. Partitioned indexes are indexes in which the index pages are separated horizontally into multiple physical locations based on range of values in the index column. The physical locations for partitions are filegroups. Partition indexes are use for the same reason that for partition

What are Indexes and it’s types

Index:-An index is a collection of pages associated with a table used to improve the performance.Indexes are used to point to the location of a row on data page instead of  look through all data pages in a table. Planning useful indexes is one of the most important factor of improving query performance. It requires

How Data Is Accesses In Sql Server

SQL Server first determines existence of a  index. Then query optimizer—the component responsible for generating the optimal execution plan for that query— then it determines is scanning a table or using the index is more efficient for accessing data. SQL Server accesses data in one of two ways: By scanning all the data pages in