I have a question related to this method: st.execute(sql); where st obviously is a Statement object.
Directly from this oracle java tutorial:
execute: Returns true if the first object that the query returns is a
ResultSet object. Use this method if the query could return one or
more ResultSet objects. Retrieve the ResultSet objects returne
What are the real world pros and cons of executing a dynamic SQL command in a stored procedure in SQL Server using
EXEC SP_EXECUTESQL @SQL
Solution sp_executesql is more likely to promote query plan reuse. When using sp_executesql, parameters are explicitly identified in the calling signature. This excellent article desc
A Dynamic SQL query from lobodava is:
declare @sql nvarchar(4000) =
N';with cteColumnts (ORDINAL_POSITION, COLUMN_NAME) as
select ORDINAL_POSITION, COLUMN_NAME
where TABLE_NAME = N''' @tableName ''' and COLUMN_NAME like ''' @columnLikeFilter '''
I am new to Flask SQl alchemy; Though i understand that alchemy abstracts the sql syntax and makes things easy while creating models; there could be times when we want to visualize data in the front end in a very specific way.
I have the following query which i would like to use using alchemy using session.query and filter and possibly grouping.
I'm trying to implement a join in Spark SQL using a LIKE condition.
The row I am performing the join on looks like this and is called 'revision':
Performing the join on SQL server (A.revision LIKE B.revision) works just fine, but when doing the same in Spark SQL, the join returns no rows (if using inne
Im trying out and copied code from here:
To succeed with a sample I'm working on just to learn this.
I have a link to my complete index.html on pastebin.
Please, correct me and also help me finding this errror.
Link to Pastebin here
Solution I didn't have a lot of
I am working on an application to get data from a MS-SQL server (2005). In the command text, I can pass a sql query like this:
string query = "SELECT T1.f1, T1.f2, T2.f3 FROM table1 T1 join table2 T2"
"on T1.id = T2.id AND T1.dt = T2.dt ..."
cmd.CommandText = query;
I could also put the query as a view on my SQL server like this:
I''m trying to get the hang of using parameterized SQL. I''ve gotten to work,
but now some of my queries seem unecessarily long. For instance:
strSQL = "IF NOT EXISTS(SELECT * FROM We_Link_SiteMenus_To_DirectoryContacts
WHERE contactID = ? AND pageID = ?) INSERT INTO
We_Link_SiteMenus_To_DirectoryContacts (contactID, pageID) VALUES (?, ?)&q
I am an SQL server newbie. Our company has a massive application
written in PL/SQL. I need to port parts of it to SQL Server.
- Which SQL server version should I choose, to have a reasonable chance
- Could you recommend any best practices, tools? I use Toad for SQL
development on Oracle, I am looking for something similar for
I have a sql statement which have a where condition like below
WHERE (TABLE1.Field=@Id OR (@Id=0))
This works fine when @Id values is zero or more
Now I need to match multiple values when @Id value become 0.
I tried something like below which doesn't work. I know that I can use IF-ELSE in here, but wonder whether this can be achieve using case