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Table Game Rules of Play Incorporates existing statements of policy on new side wagers, payment table and variations of existing table games into permanent regulations and adds a new table game to those available for play in the Commonwealth.Return of Liquor Provides direction to licensees and permittees for returning liquor to the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board and clarifies existing regulations pertaining to liquor and malt or brewed beverages.Junkets, Electronic Credit Systems and Table Game Rules of Play Amends existing regulations to improve clarity, reduce the number of junket reports required and incorporate new side wagers into the existing table games regulations.Control of VOC Emissions from Industrial Cleaning Solvents; General Provisions; Aerospace Manufacturing and Rework; Additional RACT Requirements for Major Sources of NOx and VOCs Limits emissions of volatile organic compounds from the use and application of industrial cleaning solvents at certain stationary sources.Outpatient Psychiatric Services and Psychiatric Outpatient Clinics Updates current regulations pertaining to the delivery of outpatient psychiatric services and the operation of psychiatric outpatient clinics.Intermunicipal Transfer of Retail Licenses Amends existing regulations relating to intermunicipal transfer of retail liquor and eating place retail dispenser licenses to be consistent with Act 155 of 2006.667 Defining Sparse Columns in SSMS 667Defining Table Location 668Defining Table Constraints 670Modifying Tables 672 Using T-SQL to Modify Tables 672 Using Object Explorer and the Table Designer to Modify Tables 675 Using Database Diagrams to Modify Tables 678Dropping Tables 680Using Partitioned Tables 681 Creating a Partition Function 682 Creating a Partition Scheme 684 Creating a Partitioned Table 686 Adding and Dropping Table Partitions 689 Switching Table Partitions 693Using FILESTREAM Storage 697 Enabling FILESTREAM Storage 698 Setting Up a Database for FILESTREAM Storage 701 Using FILESTREAM Storage for Data Columns 702Using File Tables 705 File Table Prerequisites 705 Creating File Tables 707 Copying Files to the File Table 707Creating Temporary Tables 709Summary 71022 Creating and Managing Indexes 711What’s New in Creating and Managing Indexes 711Types of Indexes 712 Clustered Indexes 712 Nonclustered Indexes 714Creating Indexes 716 Creating Indexes with T-SQL 716 Creating Indexes with SSMS 720Managing Indexes 722 Managing Indexes with T-SQL 723 Managing Indexes with SSMS 726Dropping Indexes 727Online Indexing Operations 727Indexes on Views 729Summary 73023 Implementing Data Integrity 731What’s New in Data Integrity 731Types of Data Integrity 732 Domain Integrity 732 Entity Integrity 732 Referential Integrity 732Enforcing Data Integrity 732 Implementing Declarative Data Integrity 732 Implementing Procedural Data Integrity 733Using Constraints 733 The PRIMARY KEY Constraint 733 The UNIQUE Constraint 735 The FOREIGN KEY Referential Integrity Constraint 736 The CHECK Constraint 740 Creating Constraints 742 Managing Constraints 747Rules 750Defaults 751 Declarative Defaults 751 Bound Defaults 753When a Default Is Applied 754 Restrictions on Defaults 755Summary 75624 Creating and Managing Views 757What’s New in Creating and Managing Views 757Definition of Views 757Using Views 758 Simplifying Data Manipulation 759 Focusing on Specific Data 760 Abstracting Data 761 Controlling Access to Data 762Creating Views 764 Creating Views Using T-SQL 765 ENCRYPTION 767 Creating Views Using the View Designer 769Managing Views 772 Altering Views with T-SQL 772 Dropping Views with T-SQL 773 Managing Views with SSMS 773Data Modifications and Views 773Partitioned Views 774 Modifying Data Through a Partitioned View 778 Distributed Partitioned Views 779Indexed Views 780 Creating Indexed Views 781 Indexed Views and Performance 783 To Expand or Not to Expand 786Summary 78725 Creating and Managing Stored Procedures 789What’s New in Creating and Managing Stored Procedures 789Advantages of Stored Procedures 789Creating Stored Procedures 791 Creating Procedures in SSMS 792Executing Stored Procedures 799 Executing Procedures in SSMS 800 Execution Context and the EXECUTE AS Clause 802 Using the WITH RESULT SETS Clause 804Deferred Name Resolution 807 Identifying the Objects Referenced Within Stored Procedures 809Viewing Stored Procedures 811Modifying Stored Procedures 814 Viewing and Modifying Stored Procedures with SSMS 815Using Input Parameters 816 Setting Default Values for Parameters 817 Passing Object Names as Parameters 820 Using Wildcards in Parameters 822 Using Table-Valued Parameters 823Using Output Parameters 825Returning Procedure Status 826Debugging Stored Procedures Using SQL Server Management Studio 827Startup Procedures 830Natively Compiled Stored Procedures 834T-SQL Stored Procedure Coding Guidelines 838Summary 83926 Creating and Managing User-Defined Functions 841Why Use User-Defined Functions?841Types of User-Defined Functions 844 Scalar Functions 844 Table-Valued Functions 847Creating and Managing User-Defined Functions 849 Creating User-Defined Functions 849 Viewing and Modifying User-Defined Functions 860 Managing User-Defined Function Permissions 868Rewriting Stored Procedures as Functions 869Summary 87127 Creating and Managing Triggers 873What’s New in Creating and Managing Triggers 874Using DML Triggers 874 Creating DML Triggers 875 Using AFTER Triggers 877 Using inserted and deleted Tables 881 INSTEAD OF Triggers 885Using DDL Triggers 893 Creating DDL Triggers 897 Managing DDL Triggers 901Using Nested Triggers 903Using Recursive Triggers 903Summary 90528 Transaction Management and the Transaction Log 907What’s New in Transaction Management 907What Is a Transaction?
Selections Committee Repeals Chapter 64 which addresses the role and procedures of the Selections Committee in reviewing applications from architects and engineers seeking contracts with the Department.
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Commercial Kennel Canine Health Regulations Rescinds a provision relating to flooring which the Commonwealth Court has determined contradicts the express statutory provisions of the Dog Law and violates the legislative intent of the Dog Law.
Transportation of Liquor, Malt or Brewed Beverages or Alcohol Amends the minimum size requirement for lettering that must appear on vehicles used to transport liquor or malt or brewed beverages from four inches to two inches.
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