(Peter Vogel) There are four Redirect help methods built into your .NET Core Controllers that you can use to tell a client that a resource exists … but not at this URL.
SQL SERVER – Cannot Drop the Assembly ‘ISSERVER’, Because it Does not Exist or You do not Have Permission
(Pinal Dave) As they say – There are more ways than one to skin a cat. In this blog we will find another method to fix an error which you might see during SQL upgrades – Cannot drop the assembly ‘ISSERVER’, because it does not exist or you do not have permission.
(João Gramacho) Starting in version 8.0.14, MySQL server can encrypt all new binary and relay log files on disk. In order to do so, you just need to enable the new binlog_encryption option (and also ensure that you have a keyring).
(Chris Buckel) It came to my attention last November that I had crossed the one year anniversary since my last post on flashdba.com. I was so surprised that I immediately decided to write a new post, which took another three months.
(Richard Foote) As I was compiling my new “Oracle Diagnostics and Performance Tuning” seminar, I realised there were quite a number of indexing performance issues I haven’t discussed here previously.
(Hemant K Chitale) The reverse of SPLITting a Partition is to MERGE two adjacent partitions.
(Sibeesh Venu) Here, in this article, we will see how we can show the real-time data from our IoT device in an Angular application using Azure SignalR service and Azure Functions.
(Damir Wilder) Recently, I assisted a client migrating their DB2 databases from v9.7 to v11.1.
(Chris Webb) Yet more evidence that Power Query is taking over the world: there’s a new Power Query data source for SQL Server Integration Services in the latest version of SSDT. Here’s the blog post announcing it (the actual announcement is halfway through):
(Greg Larsen) Have you ever wondered how much progress SQL Server has completed while rebuilding or creating an online resumable index?