Select Random Record Row from table in SQL Server

Select Random Record | Row from table in SQL Server

Hello everyone, I am going to share the T-SQL query for select random row record from table using SQL Server 2012.

A NEWID() is use to generate for each rows and the table is sorted by using this and also  it returned  the first record.

This CHECKSUM() is used to detect change in a rows and also use for create index of a table.

The query detail as given below.

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  1. Syntax for select random record
  2. Query for select random record
Syntax for select random record

SELECT TOP [Your_Number] * FROM [dbo].[Your_TableName] ORDER BY NEWID()
                                       OR
SELECT TOP [Your_Number] * FROM Your_TableName ORDER BY RAND(CHECKSUM(*) * RAND())

Query for select random record

SELECT TOP 1 * FROM [dbo].[User] ORDER BY NEWID()
                                 OR
SELECT TOP 1 * FROM [dbo].[User] ORDER BY RAND(CHECKSUM(*) * RAND())


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