Painless Refactoring of SQL Server Database Objects

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 26 Mar 2015 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Refactoring a database object can often cause unexpected behavior in the code that accesses that object. In this article, adapted from his excellent book, Defensive Database Programming with SQL Server, Alex Kuznetsov discusses several techniques that will harden your code, so that it will not break, or behave unpredictably, as a result such changes....

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