Last month, I started a series of articles about the profound window functions and their support in SQL Server 2012. I explained the concept of SQL windowing, I described the elements involved in window specifications (partitioning, ordering, and framing), and I discussed the difference between the two window frame unit options ROWS and RANGE. I showed examples using window aggregate functions. This month, I cover two other types of window functions: offset and distribution. If you missed ...
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