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PostgreSQL version 9.2
Short for Recovery Manager is an Oracle command line tool for doing backup, restore, and recovery operations. Also tag RMAN questions with the appropriate Oracle version tag.
A type of index mostly used in SQL-Server, which aligns the data of a table with the index.
Questions related to date or date-related functions, data-types, representations (how dates might be stored and displayed) and operations (such as subtracting dates, adding intervals to dates).
For questions about timestamp data types and/or recording a particular point in time.
a synchronous multi-master cluster.
Data Definition Language; defining database structures but not their contents.
DDL UNIQUE constraints ensure that the data contained in a column, or a group of columns, is unique among all the rows in the table. The data contained in the column or columns involved is, therefore,…
Command-Line Utility Program for Oracle
the primary interactive terminal for PostgreSQL. (DO NOT USE THIS TAG for questions targeting PostgreSQL!)
The use of temporary table objects (not table variables) including semantics, design, performance optimization, and indexing. See also [table-variable].
Storing, querying, and indexing spatial data (including geometric and geographic representations).
A function that partitions a result set and computes something within that partition without rolling up the data in that partition.
Questions on how to import into, extract data from, or exchange data between databases in CSV format (plain text using commas to separate values).
a free tool for SQL & PL/SQL development and reporting similar to Quest's Toad or Allround Automations' PL/SQL Developer.
An ongong check of various statistics and events, which can be used to spot telltale signs of underlying issues.
A sequential journal of database write operations that facilitates robust atomic write operations.
a general-purpose, managed, garbage-collected, object-oriented programming language created by Microsoft.
'Extract, Transform and Load': Data load processing, normally in the context of data warehouse systems.
In computing, ODBC (Open Database Connectivity) is a standard C programming language interface for accessing database management systems (DBMS).
a database extension for PostgreSQL providing additional spatial types, indexes, functions, and aggregates.
Data corruption refers to errors in computer data that occur during writing, reading, storage, transmission, or processing, which introduce unintended changes to the original data
directly relevant to the question and likely to be the source of your problem, not just because you're using a Java library to connect to a database. Java is an object-oriented lan…
Defined like a view but holding persistent data like a table, Materialized Views are a feature of a number of RDBMSs including Oracle, DB2 and postgres. SQL Server has a similar feature called an Inde…
A type of replication in SQL Server in which Publishers and Subscribers can work autonomously and later reconnect, synchronize, and merge data changes to achieve convergence among all nodes in the top…
MySQL version 8.0 - please also tag with mysql for search purposes.
a graphical administration and development tool for PostgreSQL.
covers the topic of duplicated data and the strategies involved in removing the duplicates, often referred to as deduplication or simply dedupe.
A set of permissions.
The set of rules that define the combinations of symbols that are considered to be correctly structured for that language.
Refers to the set of SQL Server Management Scripts created and maintained by Ola Hallengren. Questions tagged with this tag should be about how to use the scripts or about how to resolve an issue wit…
For technical questions about the internal workings of the database engine.
for questions related to products from Sybase Corporation - please also include the product tag, such as sybase-ase or sql-anywhere.
One or more connections to a database or database server. For questions about *establishing* a connection, use the **connectivity** tag instead.