7
votes
1answer
535 views

Efficiently storing sets of key-value pairs with wildly different keys

I inherited an application that associates many different types of activities with a site. There are roughly 100 different activity types, and each one has differing set of 3-10 fields. However, all ...
1
vote
0answers
35 views

remove numbers from full text index

Is there any way to make SQL Server not full-text index numbers and currency values? According to sys.dm_fts_index_keywords the index has a very large number of unique values such as $ 123,...
1
vote
1answer
65 views

Upgrade to SQL Server 2012 [closed]

We are currently running SQL Server 2008 Standard edition, 4 processors / 16-core and 32 GB RAM. In the last 3 months number of requests per week raised from 11.1 millions to 72.1 million and the ...
0
votes
3answers
494 views

Is Oracle Wallet available for use with Oracle XE 11gR1

Oracle XE 11gR1 RHEL 6.3 Is Oracle Wallet available with Oracle XE for production environments? or any environment? Google search turns up nothing specifically declaring it not being available.
2
votes
1answer
85 views

Which version of AdventureWorks has a column called CustomerId on sales.vIndividualCustomer? [closed]

The SQL Native Client MOF Files here come with a Visual Studio Solution that queries adventure works for testing purposes. One of the first queries that application performs when it is compiled and ...
2
votes
2answers
2k views

Can't create file /var/lib/mysql/user.lower-test

MySQL database has been problem free for a few months. Today when I checked for upgradeable packages using the Synaptic Package Manager it came up with the various MySQL components (-common, -client, ...
2
votes
1answer
195 views

stored procedure not showing a result

If I run the query outside the stored procedure, I get results, but I only get the column names as the result after executing the query - even though return value is 0. Any help would be appreciated. ...
2
votes
0answers
29 views

Tuning Issue / Temporary Tables

I've got a MySQL database (MyISAM) that handles a lot of read/writes and uses temporary tables quite frequently. Recently it's started having massive load spikes at peak load, and noticed that there ...
1
vote
2answers
111 views

SQL - Select Rows in a Certain Order

I'm new here - if I missed anything in the question please let me know. I'm trying to build a people directory like LinkedIn has: http://www.linkedin.com/directory/people-a I don't want to fetch ...
0
votes
1answer
123 views

Oracle OEM Surpressing Warning Messages

We are trying to stop having a certain warning message emailed to us. The specific error is a ORA 600 - 17183 and 17302. We have been told by Oracle that we can ignore these warnings as they are a bug ...
-3
votes
1answer
60 views

SQL Server questions (for masters) [closed]

How to rename sa to new_sa in SQL Server 2000? How to do and what is the impact SA rename impact in SQL Server 2005, 2008, 2008R2, 2012, 2014, Express Edition How to recreate sa login if deleted How ...
1
vote
1answer
32 views

Update reps table with right values in a trigger after insert on userterritory

I two DBs veeva and pdone as shown below in the pics As you can see veeva is simple and hasn't no constraints which relies on duplicate and wrong values. The problem happen exactly on ...
1
vote
1answer
38 views

MySQL: not quoting WHERE conditions slows query execution

I just ran into a curious issue with MySQL. I had a very slow query, even if properly indexed, which was like this: SELECT * FROM `tbl1` WHERE `parm1` = 'taleggio' AND `parm2` = 10 As said both ...
0
votes
2answers
69 views

Where to place a foreign key column? [closed]

This isn't exactly related to modeling the database but rather about "standardizing" column placement. Where should I generally put my FK column? As the last column of the table? At the start just ...
5
votes
1answer
80 views

query to determine forceencryption state

I'm trying to confirm whether or not force encryption is currently set and/or if the current connection is secure or not. Is there a SQL query I can run that will give me that information or do I ...
2
votes
2answers
55 views

Need some assistance on MySQL Sub query

I have a table in MySQL. The table structure is as follows. id | emp_id | call_start | call_end | call_type -------------------------------------------------------- 1 | 20043 | 20:20:...
1
vote
1answer
419 views

MYSQL crashes on XAMPP while working with drupal

Good day, just today morning i was using drupal to add some content, it crashed and mysql shutdown unexpectedly at xampp!! last thing i was doing was inserting a data into a field with "auto complete ...
12
votes
1answer
6k views

ERROR: no schema has been selected to create in

I am working on an amazon RDS postgresql database where I know there had been some issue with the public schema (maybe it was dropped). But apparently the schema exists, and anyway the problem is not ...
1
vote
1answer
40 views

how to avoid duplicate record with certain conditon

Heading ##I have a table with data like below +----+--------+-----------+----------------+ | id | name | testfield | status | +----+--------+-----------+----------------+ | 1 | raju | ...
1
vote
1answer
82 views

Weed out certain rows where timestamp is within interval

Given a table structure: create table contacts ( contact_id int(8) not null auto increment, #primary key pid int(8) not null, #personal id contakt_time datetime, ...
0
votes
1answer
90 views

MySql Lock Tables Blocking Logic

The MySQL documentation (5.5) for Lock tables states: Let's say that I'm trying to lock table1 and table2 in a single query, but table2 is already locked. Will MySQL hold onto a lock on table1 and ...
2
votes
2answers
68 views

Trigger Gives an Error on Multiple Rows SQL SERVER

I have a problem when I create a trigger which is giving me this error: Msg 512, Level 16, State 1 Subquery returned more than 1 value. This is not permitted when the subquery follows =, !=, <...
1
vote
1answer
485 views

SET ANSI_NULLS at the database level versus setting it at the table level

I have generated schema-only script for my sql server 2008 R2, here is part of it:- USE [master] GO /****** Object: Database [****] Script Date: 03/25/2015 12:17:09 ******/ CREATE DATABASE [****] ...
0
votes
1answer
41 views

Unexpected SELECT permissions

My user WebApp seems to have SELECT permissions on every table in every schema and I can't figure out why. WebApp is only in the Public role. Public doesn't own any schema. Explicit permissions ...
5
votes
2answers
435 views

Optimize a SQL query

I have to select 2 values that were less that the given id and greater than the given id. I have tried this query but is there any better way to do it Fiddle Sql Begin declare @rootValue int ...
0
votes
1answer
31 views

Do i need “CHECK CONSTRAINT” when i am using “WITH CHECK ADD CONSTRAINT”

I am working on SQL Server 2008 R2, where I generated a schema-only database script using SQL Server Management Studio. The generated script is as follows: ALTER TABLE [dbo].[ConsoleServer] WITH ...
1
vote
2answers
516 views

how to create trigger in SQL server using two tables to find stock quantity

I have two table sales and purchase. I want to create a trigger which stores final quantity in stock table by subtracting sales table sold quantity from purchase table. There is kikkat as a name n ...
1
vote
1answer
148 views

What is the best SQL Server field type to cast to when storing a UNC path stored in a sql_variant field?

What is the best choice of field type to cast to when storing a UNC path in a sql_variant in Microsoft SQL Server 2008? It appears that I could store up to 4000 characters according to Microsoft ...
0
votes
1answer
117 views

select row where a couple of column values is different [closed]

I have a table A with thoses columns : date, ip, created_by. I would like to display date, ip and created by of rows where for one ip it exists different created_by. Thank you I explain more : ...
3
votes
2answers
107 views

How to create a custom map report

not sure if this is the right forum. But just wondering is there a way one can make a map report out of an image or a map made on excel. I have the data and I've looked around and found that its ...
1
vote
1answer
167 views

postgres: WAL files not being deleted during PITR

I have got an issue with setting up PITR on my postgres server: WAL archiving and restoring works quite well, as well as restoring to a specific point in time. The issue however is, that if i do a ...
1
vote
1answer
1k views

Package Check Failed: Oracle DB 11g on RHEL 7

Trying to install Oracle DB 11g EE on RHEL 7. Installed the necessary packages as mentioned in the below link (Section 6.1). But I am stuck at the package check step, which fails because it couldn't ...
0
votes
1answer
25 views

Access a DB through Another DB ONLY

I have a DB [MainData] with the following data in [dbo].[Table1] Customer Value1 Value2 -------- ------ ------ CustA Foo 1 CustA Bar 25 CustB Foo ...
2
votes
1answer
84 views

MySQL Filesort/Order By Slow

I've been struggling with a query for the past few weeks and it now just appears as gobbly-gook to me when I try to optimize. The query runs - at about 2.3 seconds, but I know there has to be a more ...
7
votes
2answers
6k views

How to partition existing table in postgres?

I would like to partition a table with 1M+ rows by date range. How is this commonly done without requiring much downtime or risking losing data? Here are the strategies I am considering, but open to ...
1
vote
2answers
450 views

sql join with laravel query builder

I have a transactions table with the following field: Transactions ID | amount | branch_id | supplier_id 1 | 1,200 | 2 | 1 Subsidiary ID | Name | Type 1 | supplier1 | 0 2 | ...
2
votes
1answer
387 views

MariaDB 10 InnoDB Partition with Data Directory

mysql --version mysql Ver 15.1 Distrib 10.0.20-MariaDB, for Linux (x86_64) using readline 5.1 I have a MariaDB 10 installed, though I tried with the 5.5 release in the CentOS repos. I'm ...
2
votes
1answer
55 views

How to do housekeep the database in sql server 2008 by specific date range?

I have database with around 160 GB size. The database contains the data is from 2013 to until today, there are 180 tables, I want to remove the records in specific date range like 2013 to 2014 in all ...
1
vote
0answers
192 views

Moved tempdb, now File 'tempdev2' does not exist

I moved the tempdb first locating the files: use master select name, physical_name from sys.master_files where database_id = DB_ID('tempdb'); GO then I moved each file: use master go alter ...
2
votes
0answers
46 views

How do I keep a postgres table up to date using instagrams api?

I want to update a table in postgres with the response I get from the instagram api. I saved the response as a json file and imported it using navicat but when I saved the import job in navicat it ...
4
votes
4answers
1k views

Are junction tables a good practice?

Say I have a large table that holds the user's info and another table that holds several locations. Then I use another table that holds the user_id and the location_id. In order to retrieve the data ...
2
votes
2answers
942 views

Creating a stored procedure and adding date manually to filename

I am new to SQL administration and have been tasked with creating some nightly jobs that send an email with certain details contained within a spreadsheet and so far I have the following: EXEC msdb....
1
vote
0answers
39 views

Type of relational/object-oriented database with improved joins for object graphs?

I would like to know if there is a specific name or term for the kind of database described below: I notice one of the biggest problems when working with relational databases and object trees/graphs ...
2
votes
0answers
55 views

Procedure to update tables when the difference of values is less than 10% [closed]

I use Oracle database. I have 2 tables. Table1 with the following details: Table-1 emp.no | salary 1 | 2000 2 | 3000 3 ...
2
votes
2answers
383 views

Fulltext search using multiple indexes

I have a table with several columns, say a, b, c, d that should be searchable. The problem arises when I need to search a, b, c separately from d (and vise-versa). AFAIK, there's no way to achieve ...
1
vote
0answers
61 views

Complicated MySQL table reorder

I should do really complicated tables reorder. ****The main table looks like:**** id - some data 1 - ... 2 - ... 3 - ... 6 - ... 9 - ... 12 - ... As you can see, there are "empty" IDs (no 4, 5 ...
1
vote
1answer
324 views

PostgreSQL - pgAdmin - path to database

I am new to PostgreSQL and I can not found info about this. I am using pgAdmin III and my databse files are kept in instalation directory of PostgreSQL. So far so good. But now, I need to create huge ...
3
votes
1answer
390 views

PostgreSQL vagrant VM cannot create extension

I had some problems during installation of PostgreSQL and I eventually decided to go for a VM solution managed with vagrant, as explained in postgresql wiki. (At the beginning my motivation was just ...
3
votes
1answer
91 views

How does a security group sid differ from a per service Sid?

I am learning SQL and trying to understand the concept of a SID. At the link below it states: Microsoft SQL Server uses a security group to set resource access control lists (ACLs) instead of ...
1
vote
1answer
132 views

SQL Server Failover cluster installation fails `RequireKerberos` to value '1'

Hi I am trying to create a SQL Server Failover cluster. Windows Cluster is configured and working as expected but now when I try to install SQL Server it throws the following error: OS: ...

15 30 50 per page