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Does Adding Indexes speed up String Wildcard % searches?

We are conducting a wildcard search on a database table with column string. Does creating a non-clustered index on columns help with wildcard searches? Will this improve performance? Proposed Index: for this query Currently using Microsoft SQL Server 2019. Answer Creating a normal index will not help(*), but a full-text index will, though you would have to change your query

How to select a specific number of rows and convert them into named columns

I am hanging on this problem for hours. A very simple query: SQL Result: RoomId WaterMeterNumber 95E5ACE0-FEE4-4D33-BC22-0DCF7B1155CF SZ12800491 95E5ACE0-FEE4-4D33-BC22-0DCF7B1155CF 3375791 95E5ACE0-FEE4-4D33-BC22-0DCF7B1155CF 45332 95E5ACE0-FEE4-4D33-BC22-0DCF7B1155CF SK9649 And I want the query result to be like that: RoomId Number1 Number2 Number3 Number4 Number5 95E5ACE0-FEE4-4D33-BC22-0DCF7B1155CF SZ12800491 3375791 45332 SK9649 I always want to show the numbers of the first five watermeters of a room.

Using Identity or sequence in data warehouse

I’m new to data warehouse, So I try to follow the best practice, mimicking some implementation details from the Microsoft Demo DB WideWorldImportersDW, One of the things that I have noticed is using Sequence as default value for PK over Identity. Could I ask, If it’s preferable to use Sequence over Identity in data warehouse in general and Which one

Extract number before and after character

I need to extract a certain number from my ‘TblA’ from column ‘Input’ in sql. I have the following example input and desired output 1 and 2. Input Desired Output 1 Desired Output 2 20 x 88 nc. 20 88 100 x 300 nc 100 300 200x 88 nc. 200 88 5x 300 nc 5 300 ol (200x 88nc.) 200

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