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comment PostgreSQL partial index unused when created on a table with existing data
Sorry for the delay Erwin - there are some more details that I discovered after the fact, and with your reminder I'll chime in with those. Your answer was quite helpful, thanks!
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accepted PostgreSQL partial index unused when created on a table with existing data
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comment Reordering data in a table
Yes, I use the github issue list to keep track - github.com/jakefeasel/sqlfiddle/issues. Strange that you had trouble with your iPad - works fine on my iPhone (using both chrome and safari). Who knows.
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comment Reordering data in a table
I've just now posted a fix so that your query works with Web SQL too.
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comment Reordering data in a table
I didn't realize there were errors with SQL Fiddle when switching between SQLite engines - gotta let me know these things :) I'll take a look into this, but please let me know if you come across other issues like this.
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comment Pivoting data for stacked charts (grouping and creating new columns for each distinct value)?
Phil - I don't understand your SQL Fiddle comment. If you edited his Fiddle, then you should have gotten a new link associated with your edit. It doesn't look like you posted that link anywhere, so there is no way for anyone to see your edits.
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comment Learning DB2 without a local install
BTW - I'm planning on rolling out DB2 as an option for SQL Fiddle in the near future (using Express C edition).
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accepted Disable explicit commits in JDBC, detect them in SQL, or put the database in a readonly state
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comment Disable explicit commits in JDBC, detect them in SQL, or put the database in a readonly state
Great, thanks again Phil. I have been able to make good use of this technique for Oracle. It makes me wish other databases supported deferred constraints.