Table Value Constructors in SQL Server 2008

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 22 Jun 2011 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Table Value Constructors (TVCs) are a useful feature of 2008, allowing you to specify tables of values and expressions. This has all sorts of uses. Users who are stuck with previous versions of SQL Server can play along, since Rob demonstrates that there have, for a long time, been ways of doing this in SQL Server, though less elegantly....

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