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Comments by Kyle Moyer (Top 4 by date)

Kyle Moyer 9-Jan-15 14:33pm View
   
Reason for my vote of 3 \n Informative, but not innovative. Only explains the use of one of the columns, which has a rather obvious name. Nice that it brings sp_who2 to light for those who didn't already know about it, but doesn't really add much value on top of that.
Kyle Moyer 17-Jun-14 16:41pm View
   
Timestamps are always good. Just make sure you use a high enough precision to prevent duplicates. Seconds should usually be good enough, but as you haven't described what you're actually doing, milliseconds may be necessary. If milliseconds aren't good enough, you may want to reevaluate your design.
Kyle Moyer 12-Jun-14 14:29pm View
   
Judging by the example, the IDs are not guaranteed to be sequential. This will cause the first list item (john) to have an index matching the ID, but not the rest.
Kyle Moyer 11-Jun-14 13:47pm View
   
You are correct 'Member 10854765', you should post that as an answer.