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My apologizes for the short question but what's the best way to make a file in Linux from the Terminal Window? Thanks!
How do I convert a .DOCX file to a .RFT file?
Hello again experts! Can I check if one specific user exists in MySQL and then drop him. The user doesn't work at the company anymore. I'm not sure if there's a way. Thanks.
I currently have administrative privileges in MySQL for my job. For one of our databases on the server, is it possible for me to see all of the open connections?
For one of my MySQL tables, I'm looking to add a 'footer' at the bottom of the page saying when it was last updated. Is there a way to do that? Thanks.
I recently installed SQL Server 2012 Express on my local machine. I'm able to access my database using VS2012RC. Everything is working great but when I tried to install SQL Server Management Studio 2012, the unpack installer has stopped. Why is this happening?
define or what is meant by color image segmentation?
I'm using SQL Server 2008 R2 that has over 500 databases. What would be the easiest and most efficient way to query databases of all sizes. The output should have the following columns:DatabaseNameDataFilesSizeLogFilesSizeThanks for all the help!
I have a friend who needs to clean his MySQL InnoDB storage engine because it's still storing data from deleted tables. Is it possible to do that? Does he have to create a new database every single time? Thank you.
For my job, I have to make sure to backup all of our MySQL databases (there's over 100). For this, can I export all of them at the same time, followed by importing them into the server? Is that possible?
Hello experts, Would anyone know if a primary key is automatically indexed in MySQL? Do I actually have to create the index? Also - would this be possible in InnoDB too? Thanks!
I have a pretty large MySQL database and I need to export it ASAP. Can I use the Command Prompt to do this? Or is there another way?
I'm using MySQL and I'm wondering what's the best data type if I want to store currency values in it. Is there a certain command?
Specifically for MySQL, can I see if my database has any indexes? If not the database, can I see on a particular table? Appreciate the help.
Is there a statement in MySQL that would select all of my columns (except for one specific column) in a table? Please note that there's roughly 50 columns in total. Thanks for the help!
I'm using my Linux server and I was hoping there's a way to trace all of my live MySQL queries. Is that possible? I have a listener set up already (if that helps).
How can I show the last queries executed on all of my servers in MySQL? Is there a specific query to do this?
I am working as a Lead QA Analyst (Manual Testing). I don't have a programming knowledge. Now I want to switch over to SAP BI not in testing. So before that I want to know if I can do SAP BI. Still is it having scope? I asked my friends but still I didn't get proper answers. So I'm eagerly waiting...
Can I perform incremental backup without having initial full backup?
Does anyone know if there's a possible way to get a script of an entire SQL Server database? I'm taking about columns, tables, stored procedures, etc. Thank you.