Sql Server 2008 Feature – Part1

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Sql Server 2008 Key Features:
 
1) Initializing variable when you declare
declare @val as int =0
declare @currentdate as datetime = getdate
()
print @val
print @currentdate


2) Compound assignment operators
–operator like +=,-=,/=,*/,%=
declare @val as int = 0
set @val += 10
;
print @val

3) Add multiple row in single Insert Statement

CREATE TABLE Employee
(
EmpId int
,
EmpCode varchar(50
),
EmpName varchar(50
)
);

INSERT INTO Employee(EmpId, EmpCode,EmpName
)
VALUES
(1, 'emp1','emp1'
),
(
2, 'emp1','emp1'
),
(
3, 'emp1','emp1'
);

select * from Employee
4) New Data Types

 
 
Data Type
Data Type Use
Date
The Date property returns a Date data type.
Time
Returns values for any valid time of day between 00:00:00 and 23:59:59:9999999. It has a length of at least 8 positions and contains the time in hours,minutes, seconds and fractional seconds.
DateTime2
DateTime2 is an extension of the existing DATETIME type. It has a large date range and large default fractional precision. It has a length of at least 19 positions.
DateTimeOffSet
Returns values for year, month, day, valid time of day between 00:00:00 and 23:59:59:9999999 and offset, in hours, from UTC. It has a length of at least 25 positions.
Hierarchyid
The HierarchyId property is used to identify a position in a hierarchy.
Geography
The SQL Server geography data type stores ellipsoidal (round-earth) data, such as GPS latitude and longitude coordinates
Geometry
The Geometry property contains spatial data that represents information about the physical location and shape of geometric objects.
HierarchyId Data Type
   1: --Create Table Employee

   2: CREATE TABLE Employee

   3: (

   4: EmpId int,

   5: EmpBossId HIERARCHYID,

   6: --GetLevel --> returns the level of the current node in the hierarchy

   7: EmpLevel as EmpBossId.GetLevel() PERSISTED,

   8: EmpCode varchar(50),

   9: EmpName varchar(50)

  10: );

  11: Go

  12: -- Create Insert Store Procedure

  13: Alter PROCEDURE Employee_isp

  14:     @empid int,

  15:     @empbossid int,

  16:     @empcode varchar(50),

  17:     @empname varchar(50)

  18: AS

  19: BEGIN

  20: declare @hid HIERARCHYID,@empboss_hid HIERARCHYID,@last_hid HIERARCHYID

  21:  

  22: if @empbossid = 0 

  23: begin

  24:     set @hid = HIERARCHYID::GetRoot();

  25: end 

  26: else 

  27: begin

  28:   

  29:   SET @empboss_hid = (SELECT EmpBossId FROM Employee  WHERE empid = @empbossid);

  30:   SET @last_hid = (SELECT MAX(EmpBossId) FROM Employee WHERE EmpBossId.GetAncestor(1)= @empboss_hid);

  31:   SET @hid = @empboss_hid.GetDescendant(@last_hid, NULL);

  32: end

  33: INSERT INTO Employee(empid, EmpBossId, EmpCode, EmpName)

  34:             VALUES(@empid, @hid, @empcode, @empname);

  35: END

  36: GO

  37: --insert data

  38: --                     A1

  39: --                AL1           AR1

  40: --           AL1L     AL1R  AR1L   AR1R  

  41: --

  42: --

  43: EXEC Employee_isp @empid =  1, @empbossid = 0, @empcode = 'A1' ,@empname = 'A1';

  44: EXEC Employee_isp @empid =  2, @empbossid = 1, @empcode = 'AL1' ,@empname = 'AL1';

  45: EXEC Employee_isp @empid =  3, @empbossid = 1, @empcode = 'AR1' ,@empname = 'AR1';

  46: EXEC Employee_isp @empid =  4, @empbossid = 2, @empcode = 'AL1L' ,@empname = 'AL1L';

  47: EXEC Employee_isp @empid =  5, @empbossid = 2, @empcode = 'AL1R' ,@empname = 'AL1R';

  48: EXEC Employee_isp @empid =  6, @empbossid = 3, @empcode = 'AR1L' ,@empname = 'AR1L';

  49: EXEC Employee_isp @empid =  7, @empbossid = 3, @empcode = 'AR1R' ,@empname = 'AR1R';

Inserted Data Into Table 
HIERARCHYID 
Different Selection Criteria :
1) Find Employee As Per their Level means Grade 
   select * from Employee where Emplevel = 2
2) Get Child Node 
   SELECT Child.empid, Child.empname FROM Employee AS Parent JOIN Employee AS Child
ON Parent.empid = 2 AND child.empbossid.IsDescendantOf(Parent.empbossid) = 1;
3) Get Parent Node
SELECT parent.empid, parent.empname
FROM Employee AS Parent JOIN Employee AS Child
ON child.empid = 4 AND child.empbossid.IsDescendantOf(Parent.empbossid) = 1;
more on HierarchyId Data Types refer:
http://amitpatriwala.wordpress.com/2009/10/23/hierarchyid-data-type/
5) Introduced New Functions
Function Name
Function Use
SYSDATETIME
Returns current date and time as DateTime2 value.
SYSUTCDATETIME
Returns current date and time in UTC as DateTime2 value
SYSDATETIMEOFFSET
Returns current date and time along with the system time zone as a DATETIMEOFFSET value
SWITCHOFFSET
Adjusts an input DATETIMEOFFSET value to a specified time zone, while preserving the UTC value. For example, the following code adjusts the current system datetimeoffset value to time zone GMT +05:00:
SELECT SWITCHOFFSET(SYSDATETIMEOFFSET(), ‘-05:00′);
TODATETIMEOFFSET
sets the time zone offset of an input date and time value
6) Support Large User Define Types [UDT]
Sql Server 2008 supports large UDT,large UDTs can now reach up to 2 GB in size.
 
Reference Sites: 
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc721270.aspx

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