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LadyRoot
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LadyRoot - Just Learned

  • SQL Server - GROUP BY ALL to include all the group values which doesn't match the filter criteria

    LadyRoot Learned 2 Years ago through Just Learned | 1 Point
    Recently I got a requirement to display groups along with number of products in the group, where cost of product falls in certain range. Additional requirement is, even if a group doesn’t have any items in the range; still show that group with the Numb...
    rajasekhar
    213 · 1% · 221
  • SQL Server - GROUP BY ALL to include all the group values which doesn't match the filter criteria

    LadyRoot Learned 2 Years ago through Just Learned | 1 Point
    Recently I got a requirement to display groups along with number of products in the group, where cost of product falls in certain range. Additional requirement is, even if a group doesn’t have any items in the range; still show that group with the Numb...
    rajasekhar
    213 · 1% · 221
  • SQL Server - Trick to Supress Division by zero error

    LadyRoot knew 2 Years ago through Just Learned | 1 Point
    Set `ARITHABOBRT` and `ANSI_WARNINGS` as OFF to handle division by Zero error SET ARITHABORT OFF SET ANSI_WARNINGS OFF SELECT 1/0 This will not throw an error. Result will be NULL ...
    bhaarat
    61 · 3% · 926
  • SQL Server - Trick to Supress Division by zero error

    LadyRoot knew 2 Years ago through Just Learned | 1 Point
    Set `ARITHABOBRT` and `ANSI_WARNINGS` as OFF to handle division by Zero error SET ARITHABORT OFF SET ANSI_WARNINGS OFF SELECT 1/0 This will not throw an error. Result will be NULL ...
    bhaarat
    61 · 3% · 926
  • CREATE SCHEMA statement must be the only statement in the batch

    LadyRoot Liked 2 Years ago through Just Learned | 1 Point
    Today, I could not remember quickly how we check for the existence of schema in a database. This is not something I just learned, but something I forgot over the course of time. Since I don't want to rummage through my scripts or hit the web and to h...
    vanne040
    84 · 2% · 657
  • CREATE SCHEMA statement must be the only statement in the batch

    LadyRoot Learned 2 Years ago through Just Learned | 1 Point
    Today, I could not remember quickly how we check for the existence of schema in a database. This is not something I just learned, but something I forgot over the course of time. Since I don't want to rummage through my scripts or hit the web and to h...
    vanne040
    84 · 2% · 657
  • CREATE SCHEMA statement must be the only statement in the batch

    LadyRoot Liked 2 Years ago through Just Learned | 1 Point
    Today, I could not remember quickly how we check for the existence of schema in a database. This is not something I just learned, but something I forgot over the course of time. Since I don't want to rummage through my scripts or hit the web and to h...
    vanne040
    84 · 2% · 657
  • CREATE SCHEMA statement must be the only statement in the batch

    LadyRoot Learned 2 Years ago through Just Learned | 1 Point
    Today, I could not remember quickly how we check for the existence of schema in a database. This is not something I just learned, but something I forgot over the course of time. Since I don't want to rummage through my scripts or hit the web and to h...
    vanne040
    84 · 2% · 657
  • Quickest way to SELECT All Columns from a Table

    LadyRoot Learned 2 Years ago through Just Learned | 1 Point
    Suppose you have a huge table which has say 30-40 columns and you want to select all of them or most of them say around 30 columns. It is a tedious job to type each of the column names. Here is a quick way to get a comma separated list of all the column...
    dattatreysindol
    42 · 4% · 1336
  • Quickest way to SELECT All Columns from a Table

    LadyRoot Learned 2 Years ago through Just Learned | 1 Point
    Suppose you have a huge table which has say 30-40 columns and you want to select all of them or most of them say around 30 columns. It is a tedious job to type each of the column names. Here is a quick way to get a comma separated list of all the column...
    dattatreysindol
    42 · 4% · 1336
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