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A surrogate key architecture for powerful database operations
Part 1: Why use surrogate keys
Part 2: A surrogate key architecture
Part 3: Stored procedure: Constraints and indexes
Part 4: Stored procedure: Examine children
Part 5: Stored procedures: Investigate related data
More advice: Framework to support a surrogate key architecture
|ABOUT THE AUTHOR:|
| Brian Walker
Brian Walker is a senior database architect in an IS department that uses SQL Server 2000 and the .NET Framework. He has more than 25 years of experience in the IT industry with the last several years focused on databases and SQL Server. Walker is a software developer, database developer, database administrator and database consultant. He develops utility software as a hobby, including a large collection of SQL Server utilities.
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