Debasis Saha
What are the properties of the Relational tables?
By Debasis Saha in SQL Server on Nov 25 2014
  • Munesh Sharma
    Jan, 2015 7

    Relational tables have six properties: • Values are atomic. • Column values are of the same kind. • Each row is unique. • The sequence of columns is insignificant. • The sequence of rows is insignificant. • Each column must have a unique name

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  • Debasis Saha
    Nov, 2014 25

    Relational tables have six properties: 1. Values are atomic. 2. Column values are of the same kind. 3. Each row is unique. 4. The sequence of columns is insignificant. 5. The sequence of rows is insignificant. 6. Each column must have a unique name.

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  • Vithal Wadje
    Dec, 2014 31

    they must all use exactly the same connection string it is per-AppDomain for SSPI etc, the implicit user account must be common (i.e. the same domain user is being represented, or it will form multiple pools) it must be enabled and supported by the provider; in the case of SqlConnection it is on by default you must have not explicitly disabled the pool

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  • Vithal Wadje
    Dec, 2014 31

    refer my blog http://www.c-sharpcorner.com/Blogs/14067/acid-properties-of-sql-server.aspx

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