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nvarchar, and zeros for varbinary are trimmed. Connection-level settings that are set by using the SET statement override the default database setting. In general, it is recommended you keep this option set to TRUE. Note ANSI Padding Enabled should be set to TRUE when creating or manipulating indexes on computed columns or indexed views.
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You can use this option to determine the behavior of certain exception conditions. When set to TRUE in SQL Server Management Studio or ON when using the ALTER DATABASE command, errors or warnings are issued when conditions such as divide-by-zero occur or null values appear in aggregate functions. When set to FALSE, no warning is raised, and instead a NULL value is returned. Connection-level settings that are set by using the SET statement override the default database setting. Note
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ANSI Warnings Enabled should be set to TRUE when creating or manipulating indexes on computed columns or indexed views.
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You can use this option to determine the behavior of certain exception conditions. When set to TRUE in SQL Server Management Studio or ON when using the ALTER DATABASE command, a query is terminated when divide-by-zero error or overflow occurs during query execution. When set to FALSE, a warning message is displayed when one of these errors occurs, but the query, batch, or transaction continues to process as if no error occurred. Note
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Arithmetic Abort Enabled should be set to TRUE when creating or manipulating indexes on computed columns or indexed views.
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Concatenate Null Yields Null (CONCAT_NULL_YIELDS_NULL)
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You can use this option to control the concatenation rules for NULL operators. When set to TRUE in SQL Server Management Studio or ON when using the ALTER DATABASE command, the result of a concatenation operation is NULL when either operand is NULL. When set to FALSE, NULL values are treated as an empty character string, implying that a concatenation of the strings xyz and NULL will yield xyz. Note
Concatenate Null Yields Null should be set to TRUE when creating or manipulating indexes on computed columns or indexed views.
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Creating Databases and Database Snapshots
Cross-Database Ownership Chaining Enabled (DB_CHAINING)
Cross-Database Ownership Chaining Enabled is a security feature that controls whether the database can be accessed by external resources, such as objects from another database. When set to TRUE in SQL Server Management Studio or ON when using the ALTER DATABASE command, the database can be the source or target of a cross-database ownership chain. Setting the option to FALSE prevents participation in cross-database ownership chaining. This option is effective only when the instancewide cross db ownership chaining server option is set to 0. When the cross db ownership chaining option is enabled via SQL Server Management Studio or set to 1 via the sp_configure stored procedure, this option is ignored and all databases in the server can participate in cross database ownership chaining.
Date Correlation Optimization Enabled (date_correlation_optimization_option)
This option controls the date correlation optimization. The date correlation optimization improves performance of queries that perform an equijoin between two tables that specify a date restriction in the query s WHERE clause predicate, and whose datetime columns are linked by a foreign key constraint. Setting the Date Correlation Optimization Enabled to TRUE directs SQL Server to maintain correlation statistics between any two tables in the database that are linked by a FOREIGN KEY constraint and have datetime columns. Setting this option to FALSE disables date correlation. Note
Tables that can benefit from enabling this optimization are typically part of a one-to-many relationship and are used primarily for decision support, reporting, or data warehousing purposes.
Numeric Round-Abort (NUMERIC_ROUNDABORT)
This option determines the behavior when an operation results in a loss of precision. When set to TRUE in SQL Server Management Studio or ON when using the ALTER DATABASE command, an error is generated when loss of precision occurs in an expression. When set to FALSE, losses of precision do not generate error messages and the results are rounded to the precision of the column or variable storing the result. Note
Numeric Round-Abort should be set to FALSE when creating or manipulating indexes on computed columns or indexed views.
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