Consider a table of some family members: mysql> SELECT * FROM some_table; +--------+--------+--------+ | f_name | l_name | work | +--------+--------+--------+ | Meirav | Cohen | school | | ...
I have a table that has a column called article_title. Let's say the table name is articles. I need to find out the records where the article_title data is the same on more than one record. Here's ...
We have the following data: Collections of items Individual items These will go into the following tables: ItemCollectionTable (Id, Name, OtherFields (desc, date, etc..)) ItemTable (Id, ...
Duplicate database for standby returns error ORA-19625: error identifying file /home/oracle/stdbyctrl.ctl
I'm working on creating duplication scripts for standby purposes. and it's constantly failing even though the backups are located in the exact same folder. DB structure is identical and spfile is ...
I found myself writing the following: select 'yes' where exists(select * from foo where val=1) and not exists(select * from foo where val<>1); and wondering if there is a more concise way ...