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Multiple row limiting/offset clauses in queries

Reports usages of multiple row limiting clauses in a single query.

Example (Microsoft SQL Server):

create table foo(a int); select top 1 * from foo order by a offset 10 rows fetch next 20 rows only;

The SELECT TOP clause is used to specify that only 1 record must be returned. The FETCH clause specifies the number of rows to return after the OFFSET clause has been processed. But as we already have the SELECT TOP limiting clause, the FETCH clause might be redundant.

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Last modified: 13 July 2023