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Easier now in SQL 2005, but harder in the olden days. Here's some ideas I've come up with to do this server-side.
More with SQL Server 2005 : Top n Per Group, Paging, and Common Table Expressions

I wrote about a few of the new features in SQL 2005 and how they can be used to solve some old "classic" SQL problems very easily, and I thought I'd briefly discuss a few more. Also, if you enjoy baseball, read on!

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posted @ Friday, March 30, 2007 9:21 AM | Feedback (31) | Filed Under [ T-SQL Sports Paging Data SQL Server 2005 ]

Efficient and DYNAMIC Server-Side Paging with SQL Server 2000

Here is a completely dynamic version of my paging technique in the form of a stored procedure. Just pass in a short SQL statement, the Order By clause, and the start row and end row you'd like to return in the resultset.

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posted @ Monday, March 22, 2004 10:13 PM | Feedback (88) | Filed Under [ T-SQL Paging Data ]

Efficient paging of recordsets: SQL Server 2000

Here's the most efficient way that I can think of to return rows @a through @b from a table or query, when each row is ordered and can be uniquely identified by a set of columns, in SQL 2000.

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posted @ Monday, December 22, 2003 12:31 PM | Feedback (35) | Filed Under [ T-SQL Paging Data Code Library - SQL ]

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