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The entire folder should be owned by mysql cd /usr/local/mysql-5.6.21-osx10.8-x86_64/data/ chown -R mysql:mysql * Then go restart mysql Give it a Try !!!
Try this instead: UPDATE student SET [Status] = CASE WHEN struc.Mode IS NOT NULL THEN 'Cleared' ELSE 'Not Cleared' END FROM FeeStudent student LEFT JOIN FeeStructure struc ON student.Mode = struc.Mode AND student.[Level] = struc.[Level] AND student.SEM = struc.Semester AND student.Paid = struc.Amount
Well, you shouldn't encounter any errors from SQL Server, if that is what you are asking about. SQL Server doesn't care where the files are located. That being said, there are good reasons for having different file types on different drives. Performance - Having different files on different drives means that there are different sets of drive heads reading ...
This looks like a "kitchen sink" stored procedure - meaning let the user search for any or all parameters. Impossible for SQL Server to generate a single, effective plan that will work well for any combination of parameters supplied (never mind their values). My first two approaches at optimization are always: Add OPTION (RECOMPILE) to the query - you pay ...
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