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SQL Triggers

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Hello. In this tutorial, we will learn the SQL triggers and see a practical implementation of them in the postgresql database. You can also check this tutorial in the following video: SQL Triggers Tutorial – Video 1. Introduction SQL stands for Structured Query Language and is used to extract and organize data stored in relational databases like MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, ...

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SQL Server Functions

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1. Introduction SQL Server is a relational database management system (RDBMS) solution created by Microsoft Corporation. Focus in this treatise will be on SQL Server functions, href=”https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sql/t-sql/functions/functions?view=sql-server-ver15. Some functions discussed here can also be found in other RDBMS. 2. Background SQL functions, in general, typically will allow for parameters to be used to call them. This will result in a ...

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SQL Wildcard Operators

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Hello. In this tutorial, we will learn the SQL wildcard operators and see a practical implementation of them. 1. Introduction SQL stands for Structured Query Language and is used to extract and organize data stored in relational databases like MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, etc. A relational database consists of rows and columns that allow fetching specific information from databases that can ...

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SQL Cursor Example

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Hello. In this tutorial, we will learn the SQL cursor and see a practical implementation to it. 1. Introduction SQL stands for Structured Query Language and is used to extract and organize data stored in relational databases like MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, etc. A relational database consists of rows and columns that allow fetching specific information from databases that can be ...

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SQL Cheat Sheet

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1. Introduction A sql cheat sheet is a notepaper where you write down some information that you will need sometimes in the feature. Have you ever wondered how useful will be to have a cheat sheet with some information? SQL Cheat Sheet will introduce you from the basic concepts to some advanced concepts with explanations for each concept. 2. What ...

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SQL TIMESTAMP() function Example

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Welcome readers, in this tutorial, we will learn how to use the TIMESTAMP() function in SQL. 1. Introduction In SQL, the TIMESTAMP() function enables developers to deal with date-time expressions. The TIMESTAMP() function in SQL enables us to return a date expression from the Date or DateTime expression The TIMESTAMP() function expects Date or DateTime value expression to return the ...

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SQL DATE() function Example

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Welcome readers, in this tutorial, we will learn how to use the DATE() function in SQL. 1. Introduction In SQL, dates are a complicated feature for the developers, and working with them is a complex thing as the format of the date in the database table must match the date format required for the SQL insert operation to work. The ...

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SQL Copy Table Example

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Welcome readers, in this tutorial, we will learn how to create an exact copy of an existing table in the same or different database. 1. Introduction Cloning or Copying a table is an important phenomenon that helps developers rescuing disaster recovery situations or to perform something without affecting the original table. To start with this tutorial, we are hoping that ...

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MySQL Server Tutorial

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1. Introduction MySQL is one of the most used SQL databases in many of the world-enterprise applications due to its ability to manage transactions and the ACID-behaviour which is built into its core. One of the reasons MySQL is so popular is due to the easiness it provides for its usage and its related commands. In the open source web application ...

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MySQL Command Line Tutorial

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MySQL is one of the most used SQL databases in many of the world-enterprise applications. It is one of the most used databases due to its ability to manage transactions and the ACID-behaviour built into its core. One of the reasons MySQL is so popular is due to the easiness it provides for its usage and its related commands. If you ...

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