How can I find in a column filled with numbers, the ones that are not used. Table_A: 'id' int(11) unsigned NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT, 'client_code' int(4) unsigned NOT NULL, 'client_name' ...
I have some table with numbers like this (status is either FREE or ASSIGNED) id_set number status ----------------------- 1 000001 ASSIGNED 1 000002 FREE 1 000003 ...
I am trying to construct a query in PostgreSQL 9.0 that gets the longest sequence of continuous rows for a specifc field. Consider the following table: lap_id (Serial), lap_no (int), car_type ...
How to find which two number in [1, 161] is not in the result set? Can I find this two numbers using sql command? mysql> select blog_id from wp_blogs; ... | 149 | | 150 | | 151 | | ...
I've tried to solve this problem using a set-based approach. However, since I need to look at each row I think I must use a cursor; please correct me if I'm wrong. The table: Project, item, method, ...
A user has a table they would like to update. Depending on the data in other columns they want a particular column to be updated with an ascending value starting from 1 that is gap-less. The rows ...