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I wanted to get an opinion from the members here. Is it worth publishing a compact list of SQL techniques that seem tricky to pin down online. I recently realized that there are some SQL techniques that exist that have been incorrectly demonstrated on various sites. After digging around for countless hours tring to find a legitamite resolution for the issue I realized that it would be nice to have a cheat sheet for some of these issues. I would have this page grow as time went on, to capture as many techniques as I discovered. So please be honest and tell me what you think. I don't want to post an article if people find it too redundant.
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If you think it is useful and are willing to spend the time to write the article then I'd say go for it.

You might want to use the tip & trick system instead of the article system tho, depending on the length and detail.
   
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icestatue 9-Jun-10 9:29am
   
Good point, I will look into that.
If it's something that you find useful, someone else will probably find it useful too. Go for it.
   
icestatue wrote:
After digging around for countless hours tring to find a legitamite resolution for the issue I realized that it would be nice to have a cheat sheet for some of these issues.


Sounds like the perfect subject for a really useful article - go for it! :thumbsup: :)
   

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