When using forms to show results from SQL Server databases, you often encounter the problem of trying to fit a fixed number of sorted rows into a form designed with a fixed size. In SQL Server 2008 R2 and earlier, you have to execute queries that retrieve all the data, then use different search features to locate the rows of data you want to display in the form. In SQL Server 2012, there are two new arguments in the SELECT statement's ORDER BY clause that let you retrieve a fixed ...
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