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Mar
18
asked Defining constraints in `CREATE TABLE` statements
Jan
21
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
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awarded  Popular Question
Nov
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awarded  Popular Question
Sep
15
awarded  Yearling
Jun
5
comment Where do caching servers conceptually fit in my architecture?
Thanks for that, very well explained. [accepted & +1]
Jun
5
accepted Where do caching servers conceptually fit in my architecture?
Jun
4
asked Where do caching servers conceptually fit in my architecture?
May
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awarded  Notable Question
Feb
19
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
19
comment How can I generate an Entity-Relationship diagram and SQL DDL from natural language text?
Thanks, this is what I was looking for!
Dec
19
accepted How can I generate an Entity-Relationship diagram and SQL DDL from natural language text?
Nov
19
comment How can I generate an Entity-Relationship diagram and SQL DDL from natural language text?
Awesome, would you be able to share this?
Nov
8
comment PL/SQL problem statement for homework study
Thanks, can you reopen the question and post that as an answer?
Nov
7
comment PL/SQL problem statement for homework study
Nope, it's not for a certification. I have been learning PL/SQL at university, and we have an exam testing our PL/SQL skills (amongst other things). So what I am looking for is an "assignment" which I can do to gain experience with PL/SQL.
Nov
7
asked PL/SQL problem statement for homework study
Oct
30
comment Generate sample data for an Oracle database
Didn't work for me. benefactor.bat 1> log1 2> log2 log1(pastebin.com/wk3RKhfj) log2(pastebin.com/Em0faE5H)
Oct
30
asked Generate sample data for an Oracle database
Oct
29
accepted ORM-style server-side programming languages (OO replacement for PL/SQL?)
Oct
25
comment ORM-style server-side programming languages (OO replacement for PL/SQL?)
Doesn't need to be for multiple platforms, I should've used xor instead of or. An OO alternative would be nice, since procedural is less commonly used nowadays.