(Ehsan Sajjad) In this post, I will be addressing this problem and we will learn that how can implement CRUD using JQuery DataTables in one page without any full page reloads.
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(Tibor Korocz) In this blog post we are going to take a closer look at ProxySQL rules. How do they work, and how big is the performance impact of having many rules?
(Siddharth Mehta) Data is not always in the exact desirable format from the source system. Modulating data in-flight during the import process, reduces the need to make modifications to the schema and/or data post import.
(Richard Foote) I previously discussed just how easy it is to convert online a non-partitioned table to be partitioned with Oracle Database 12.2.
(Gavin Lanata) One of the most fun things to play with in Unity is gravity. Even when things go wrong, it’s more than amusing to see the effects cause by failure. I would go as far as saying that, at times, I’ve wanted something to go wrong just to add that bit extra spice to the day.
(Kim Berg Hansen) A new little feature in Oracle Database 12.2 is, that you can convert strings to dates without worrying about exception handling. (That goes also for converting to numbers or timestamps or other datatypes, but here I’ll concentrate on dates.)
(Kedar Vaijanapurkar) We have known methods to reset MySQL root password but in this post we’ll see how that works for a Galera Cluster; may it be Percona XtraDB Cluster or MariaDB Galera cluster.
(Frits Hoogland) Actually, this is a follow up post from my performance deep dive into tablespace encryption. After having investigated how tablespace encryption works, this blogpost is looking at the other encryption option, column encryption.
(Henrik Loeser) If you have been coding up your own chatbot using the IBM Watson Conversation service on IBM Bluemix, then you might be aware of the new features in Conversation API.
SQL SERVER – Configuration Manager – Cannot Connect to WMI Provider. You Do Not Have Permission or The Server is Unreachable
(Pinal Dave) A few months ago, I wrote a blog which tells us reasons about why we should use tools provided with the product rather than generic tools. Yeah, I am talking about services.msc vs. SQL Server Configuration manager.