Sql updating large number of rows
Every window in SQL Workbench/J can be resized and will remember its size.So in case not everything is readable on a dialog, just resize the window so that the missing parts become visible, and that size will be kept for the future. The "current" statement will be the text between the next delimiter before the current cursor position and the delimiter after the cursor position.This can be changed in the options dialog, that is accessible from will display the online manual for the current DBMS (if there is one).Where possible the link will display the manual that corresponds to the version of the current connection.However, for some tables, such as those subject to significant changes in distribution, or those with skewed values, it’s possible that SQL Server’s automatic statistics update will be inadequate to maintain consistently high levels of query performance.
Do not crowd code or remove natural language spaces.The optimizer obtains its knowledge of the data, its distribution, and the number of rows a given query is likely to return from the available statistics.Based on this knowledge, it decides the optimal access path, making choices such as whether to scan a table or perform an index seek, use a nested loop join or a hash join, and so on.The URL that is used to display the manual can be changed in the configuration file Every window that is opened by SQL Workbench/J for the first time is displayed with a default size.In certain cases it can happen that not all labels are readable or all controls are visible on the window. when a large default font is selected (or defined through the look and feel).