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comment column values combination
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comment Oracle 12c SYSTEM user locked out
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answered Return even empty groups when grouping by date
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comment Sharing a database over the local network
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revised Return even empty groups when grouping by date
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comment What is the right database for my use?
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revised Tell SQL Server a query is ad hoc and not to optimize based on it
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comment Create an “int” column forced between 0 and 3
@ypercube As I understand it (may be incorrect) the idea is not merely to check the value, but to force it to remain in the range, even if a mathematical operation would otherwise take it outside that range - rather than throwing a constraint violation.
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