Cross Join

The¬†CROSS JOIN¬†joined every row from the first table (T1) with every row from the second table (T2). In other words, the cross join returns a Cartesian product of rows from both tables. In general, if the first table has n rows and the second table has m rows, the cross join will result in n... » read more

TRUNCATE vs DELETE

Use TRUNCATE instead of DELETE If you need to clear the data in a table, use TRUNCATE instead of DELETE. TRUNCATE lock the table instead of at each row. No triggers are activated and no logs are generated resulting in faster performance. Note: TRUNCATE TABLE will reset your identity to the initial seed, whereas DELETE... » read more