I am able to serialize and deserialize a class hierarchy where the abstract base class is annotated with
use = JsonTypeInfo.Id.MINIMAL_CLASS,
include = JsonTypeInfo.As.PROPERTY,
property = "@class")
but no @JsonSubTypes listing the subclasses, and the subclasses themselves are relatively unannotated, having only a @Js
I'm unable to pass below rule while installing SQL Server 2017 Developer edition on windows 10 machine on Feature Rules screen:
Oracle JRE 7 Update 51 (64-bit) or higher is required for Polybase
I'm getting below error:
This computer does not have the Oracle Java SE Runtime Environment
Version 7 Update 51 (64-bit) or higher installed. The
We have a sub-project 'commonUtils' that has many generic code-snippets used across the parent project.
One such interesting stuff i saw was :-
If T is polymorphic, the compiler is required to evaluate the typeid
stuff at runtime, and answer will be true. If T is non-polymorp
I am working on a project designed to run on azure platform using Azure database and Locally using local sql server. We have stored procedure that contain cross database calls. However It doesn't works on Azure server.I need cross database queries that capable of working in both azure and local sql server.
We an use Elastic Query which allows us t
My source is SQL Server and I am using SSIS to export data to S3 Buckets, but now my requirement is to send files as parquet File formate.
Can you guys give some clues on how to achieve this?
Solution For folks stumbling on this answer, Apache Parquet is a project that specifies a columnar file format employed by Hadoop and other Ap
I am using Azure Data Lake Store (ADLS), targeted by an Azure Data Factory (ADF) pipeline that reads from Blob Storage and writes in to ADLS. During execution I notice that there is a folder created in the output ADLS that does not exist in the source data. The folder has a GUID for a name and many files in it, also GUIDs. The folder is temporary a
Doing some research, I see that there are no good options to split strings in Azure SQL Data Warehouse. It doesn't have the new STRING_SPLIT() function or OPENJSON() function. It also doesn't allow SELECT statements in user defined functions to try and create your own like many of the custom splitter functions the community has made.
Thus, I figur
I'm quite new to Linux OS's so hope this isn't a stupid question!!
Windows 10 Pro
Docker for Windows (1.13.0-beta38 (9805))
SQL Server Management Studio v17.0 RC1
I'm trying to connect to my SQL Server Linux container using SSMS. It's not worked, so looking over the documentation it seems you need SQL Server Tools installed (bot
For background info, I'm running .NET core on Arch Linux VScode and I also have SQL Server running on Arch Linux. When I connect to the server via sqlcmd or through the VScode SQL extension, everything works fine.
Only when scaffolding am I getting errors, so my connection string is probably wrong, and I've searched and basically tried everything