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A trigger is a set of SQL statements stored in the database structure. A Trigger is a database object that is attached with the table in SQL.A SQL trigger is fired whenever an event or function associated with a table occurs ....

The Cursor is database object use for getting data and manipulating particular row at a time. It is associated with select query it processes each row returned by select query.

Tempopary tables are created at runtimes and ability to perform all the operation like the normal table. These tables have limited scope. This table is stored in tempdb.

User Defined Functions play a major role in SQL. User Defined functions can be used to perform a complicated logic, can accept parameters and return data. Many a times we have to write complex logic which cannot be written using a single query.

A view is a SQL statement which is stored in the database with a name. A view is actually a formation of a table in the form of a predefined Structured Query Language (SQL) query.

Triggers are store procedure, which are automatically executed or fired when some events occur like deletion, insertion of data. Triggers are database object which is attached to a table and is executed automatically.

These functions return a single value, calculated from the values in the column.Scalar functions return a single value, based on input data. Following are the various types of scalar functions.

In this article I would discuss about the Database Mail which is used to send the Email using SQL Server.

This Article describes how to create a Microsoft SQL Server Agent job step that executes Store procedure in SQL Server by using SQL Server Management Studio.

Hi everyone in this blog I’m explaining about Reporting Services in ASP.NET MVC.

In this blog, I’m explaining about joins in SQL

In this blog, I’m explaining about Indexes in SQL

In this blog, I’m explaining about constraints in SQL

In this blog, I’m explaining about triggers in SQL

In this blog, I’m explaining about store procedure in SQL