One of my clients of Comprehensive Database Performance Health Check recently faced a very interesting situation. I will describe the situation in detail a bit later on during this blog post. Today we are going to learn that it is possible to have a nonclustered primary key.
One of my client who is running a large data warehouse recently asked to help them with the SQL server Performance. We started to investigate their performance and very quickly realized the issue was the primary key of their one of the tables.
As many of you probably know that SQL Server by default