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SQL Tricks for Tricky Logic

One reason occasionally offered for using dynamic SQL widely, or even for keeping business logic out of database stored procedures, is the difficulty of coding optional filters in SQL. Sometimes we may want a row from table X where column A = this, column B = this and column C = this. Other times we may want all the rows where column A = this but we’ll accept any value in columns B and C. Continue reading SQL Tricks for Tricky Logic