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MySQL JDBC does not behaves as the MySQL Workbench

I'm running the following from the MySQL Workbench, and from my local tomcat using jdbc. START TRANSACTION; CREATE SCHEMA IF NOT EXISTS `ROOT`; CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS `ROOT`.`all_tables` ( ...
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What is the easiest way to move data from Oracle to SQL Server?

One of our products supports both Oracle and SQL Server as database backend. We have a customer who wishes to switch from an Oracle backend to Microsoft SQL Server, which isn't a typical transition ...
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Is this statement syntactically correct? [closed]

$q = "SELECT var1, var2, var3 FROM tablename WHERE var_a = '$var_a' AND var_b = '$var_b' AND ( ( var1 = '$var1' AND var2 = '$var2' ) OR ( var1 = '$var2' AND var2 = '$var1' ) )"; This ...
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SQL where clause effect on table? [closed]

I have sql query as select sourceIP, sum(sourceBytes) from flows group by sourceIP order by sum(sourceBytes) desc This brings result (dummy) as:- sourceIp SourceBytes 192.168.1.2 100 ...
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Right Outer Join (column name doubt)

I've read the following code a few times trying to figure out what it is doing. "A right outer join is that which returns the unmatched rows from the right tables with matched rows from the left ...
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MySQL Syntax Error When Creating a Trigger

I am trying to create a trigger but I am getting a syntax error and I am not really sure why I am. CREATE TRIGGER Section_Insert AFTER INSERT ON Section -> FOR EACH ROW BEGIN -> INSERT ...
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MySQL: Create multiple tables with one query

Can you list multiple table names in a MySQL CREATE TABLE query? CREATE TABLE table1, table2, table3 LIKE table_template; If so, can you do it with the IF NOT EXISTS clause? CREATE TABLE IF NOT ...
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Doing a join to search geolocation points in zones

I have a series of geolocation points in a table, and a series of "zones" in another; I'd like to do a join to identify which zone each point belongs in (if at all.) Points table looks like: ...
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How to retrieve time in XML [closed]

In this XML : <CD> <title>Essential Collection </title> <artist>Lee Dorsey</artist> <tracks> <track>Ya Ya</track> <track>Do Re Mi</track> ...
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Is it possible to define package procedure/function outside of package body block (for Oracle)?

Is it possible to define package procedure/function outside of package body block (for Oracle)? Simplified syntax for defining package body is: create or replace package body <package_name> IS ...
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Is my JOIN syntax not valid? And have I understood JOIN correctly?

I've been reading up a bit regarding JOINs. And i just noticed that I've been writing the syntax a little bit different. Although I don't think there's any problem with it, I would like to hear your ...
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More efficient way to write multiple “AND”?

Anyone know a way to write this in a different manner ? SELECT tableA.NO FROM tableA WHERE tableA.NO IN (SELECT GRI_NO FROM tableBB WHERE GRO_NO =62) AND tableA.NO IN (SELECT GRI_NO FROM tableBB ...
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Syntax of INNER JOIN nested inside OUTER JOIN vs. query results

TLDR; If you look at the 2 execution plans, is there an easy answer to which is better? I purposefully did NOT create indexes so it's easier to see what's happening. Following up on my previous ...
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Oracle: how to set only some roles as not default for a user (no GUI)

Scenario: I have instanceA I have instanceB I have USER1 in instanceA I have USER1 in instanceB USER1 in instancA has four roles grante to it: ROLE1 default yes admin_option no ROLE2 default false ...
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Paging and grouping using CTE?

Given the following code, from the answer to this question, how can I adapt it for paging? I've read that Common Table Expression is a good way to do paging, but since I implemented CTE to solve a ...
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Concatenate one-to-many field in single result?

Say I have the following query: SELECT * FROM AppDetails, AppTags WHERE AppDetails.AppID = '1' AND AppDetails.AppID = AppTags.AppID Which gives the following results: AppID AppName ...
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MySQL Cluster - strange syntax error

I have MySQL Cluster instance and want one column (BLOB) to be stored on disk instead of memory. I tried to follow this tutorial: ...
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Is there a way, in a single SQL statement to ensure that all items in a list are present in some column?

What I'm looking for is a way of verifying that all of a list of items (let's say 'FOO', 'BAR' and 'BAZ') are all in a given table.column. This would be something like SELECT something FROM sometable ...
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getting error when i use merge statement

I am using sql 2008 r2. when i use merge statement i am gettig error when i execute following code: merge products as trgt using updatedproducts as src on (trgt.productid = src.productid) ...
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MySQL UPDATE statement using a table created on the fly

I want to update a table, say Table 1 using a table that I create on the fly (saytemp). To achieve this I have the following query: UPDATE Table1 SET COUNT = temp.ctemp FROM ( SELECT A, SUM(UNO) AS ...
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What is the purpose of the USING parameter in SQL?

Working with some code on a standard MySQL database, and I came across this statement: SELECT * FROM foo LEFT JOIN bar USING ('bar_id') WHERE foo_id = 1 What's throwing me is: what is USING for, ...
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Need Some SQL help [closed]

I need to pass the following SQL statement: UPDATE table_products SET shipping = "a:5:{s:16:"min_items_in_box"; i:0;s:16:"max_items_in_box"; ...
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declare keyword error mysql

This is the code I've written: delimiter // create procedure `update_pts`() begin set @ctr=1; set @cnt=(select count(*) from participant); declare cs1 cursor for select sap from participant; open ...
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Is there a way to avoid duplicating the definition of a foreign key?

I was wondering about this example CREATE TABLE cities ( city varchar(80) primary key, location point ); CREATE TABLE weather ( city varchar(80) references ...
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Group By - Incorrect syntax near 'mycolumn' [closed]

I'm getting a syntax error in SQL Server Management Studio (SQL Server 2008) for the following query: SELECT MIN(EffectiveOn) AS EffectiveOn, Address1, Address2, Address3, ...
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SQL query to get the syntax of an existing table

Is there any SQL query to get the syntax of an existing table in my MySql database? Intent: Iam in the early stages of working with databases and I am using the MySql workbench for creating tables ...
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TSQL Trigger Incorrect Syntax

Im a SQL noob but here goes - I have a trigger in SQL which is giving me an incorrect syntax error E.G: INSERT INTO aTable ( tTypeId, opId, inserted.Id ) SELECT 3, 0, inserted.Id ...
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MySql: #1221 - Incorrect usage of UNION and ORDER BY

I have the following query which is intended to retrieve the newest 3 comments for each post in an array of posts. SELECT * FROM comment AS tbl WHERE sscm_id IN ( SELECT sscm_id FROM comment AS t1 ...
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Save data to variable and use it in stored procedure

I have a table of 2 columns (Date, Text). I am getting data from the Text column according to the Date using a query like this: SELECT Text FROM MyTable WHERE Date>= @userDate; This works, ...
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How to add the aliases to the group by clause

In the below query how to add the aliases assignedTOiti, assignedTOasstAdm, assignedTOhlp, closedDate to the group by clause. I am struggling for the past few hours. SELECT ieor.aper07_req_k ...
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Detecting if bit set in numeric value

I have a tinyint column that represents a set of flags. Assuming I wanted to know if a specific bit was set or not, how can I do bitwise AND/OR in a stored procedure?
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MySQL Set UTC time as default timestamp

How do I set a timestamp column whose default value is the current UTC time? MySQL uses UTC_TIMESTAMP() function for UTC timestamp: mysql> SELECT UTC_TIMESTAMP(); +---------------------+ | ...
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What is the purpose of the keyword “ID” in PostgreSQL?

I'm new to PostgreSQL and I ran into problems using the following query: SELECT * FROM table1 WHERE ID = 1 ERROR: column "id" does not exist LINE 2: WHERE ID = 1 where ID is a column I ...
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create trigger which inserts rows depending on enum values?

I'm quite new to triggers and I ran into general problems. I'd like to achieve this: CREATE TABLE `searcharticles` ( `articleID` int(11) unsigned NOT NULL, `ean` char(13) COLLATE utf8_unicode_ci ...
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Is it possible to make a reference to the result of an aggregate function in a SELECT clause from the same SELECT clause?

I'm not a Database Administrator--just a Software Engineer. I would like to know if it is possible to reduce the following T-SQL query: SELECT SUM(Price * Quantity) as 'Total', SUM(Price * ...
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How to schedule function in Oracle?

I want to schedule function in Oracle. begin dbms_scheduler.create_job(job_name => 'aud_clear', job_type => 'PLSQL_BLOCK', ...
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How do I declare and use variables in Oracle?

My main skills are with SQL Server, but I have been asked to do some tuning of an Oracle query. I have written the following SQL: declare @startDate int select @startDate = 20110501 And I get this ...
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Performance difference for COALESCE versus ISNULL?

I've seen a lot of people use the COALESCE function in place of ISNULL. From internet searches, I've found that COALESCE is ANSI standard, so there is an advantage that we know what to expect when ...
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How does pgAdmin III build CREATE statements?

In PostgreSQL, there is no SHOW CREATE statement, known for example from MySQL. But when you use the pgAdmin III client program and go to object details, you see the corresponding CREATE statement. ...
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helping hand for sql server resources

I'm just getting into SQL-SERVER, so forgive me if this is a basic question. I need help, recently work on database programming, For my query development, to understand complex query, to can ...
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SQL Server 2005 : How to use pivot instead of a bunch of case statements?

Please show me how I can modify this SQL select to use pivot instead of all the case statements. SELECT t.ProjectId, COALESCE(MAX(ExecutiveChampion), 'n/a'), ...
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How can I fix the Oracle syntax of this update by the result of a select in Oracle 10g?

I have a problem with an update statement, that I developed under 11g, when running under 10g. I reduced the problem to: Create table test ( col1 number(10) ); insert into test values (1); ...
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Why can't I call my UDF directly? Why do I need to qualify it 3 levels deep?

I just created a UDF and testing it I found only works when I use this syntax SELECT [PMIS].[dbo].[fnIsReportingTo] (50,1132) I was expecting it to work like this: select * from fnIsReportingTo ...
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Peculiar Oracle outer join syntax case

I have seen the following in a query that was supposed to be ported from Oracle outer join syntax to SQL standard outer join syntax: SELECT ... FROM A, B, C, D, E WHERE A.A_ID = B.A_ID AND B.B_ID = ...
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Are there tools for SQL-Server helping to add the semicolons?

Earlier versions of SQL-Server didn't recommend the use of semicolons to terminate sql-statements. Beginning with sql-server-2008 examples show, that now Microsoft recommends terminating with ...