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Using Common Table Expressions and Recursion in SQL Server 2008

, 28 Apr 2010 CPOL
By using recursion (and CROSS JOINS), you can generate data without looping or hard-coding INSERT statements into a temporary table.In the example below, you can use recursion to generate a week of scheduling data for three employees. -- Count variable, set to 7 for a week's worth of...
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