(robertCrames) Since today, Oracle Database Appliance software release 126.96.36.199.0 is available … I took the chance to download and install the new release – this is the story:
(Kyle Reed) The C++ Core Guidelines’ Lifetime Profile, which is part of the C++ Core Guidelines, aims to detect lifetime problems, like dangling pointers and references, in C++ code.
(Hannes du Preez) You can create an HTML Table with SQL. You make use of the ‘FOR XML RAW’ and ‘FOR XML PATH’ statements to organize the Table Body (TBODY), Table Header (THEAD) and Table Footer (TFOOT).
(Paul McWilliams) APAR PH02437 introduces the new DSNB233I message in Db2 12 and Db2 11.
(Jeff Smith) The 18.4 version product lines of SQL Developer, SQLcl, Data Modeler, and ORDS we’re pretty much limited to bug fixes.
(Dustin Marx) It was recently proposed that the Java preview feature Raw String Literals (JEP 326) be removed from JDK 12 and it is now official that the preview feature will be removed (version 25 of Java SE 12 [JSR 386] removes it).
(Melissa Coates) This post covers several things I’ve heard or been asked recently about organizing data in a data lake.
(Bipin Joshi) If you a beginner in ASP.NET Core, you might have wondered as to how newly created projects can be placed under a GitHub repository.
(Kenneth Fisher) Sometimes you need a table that is read only. You don’t want anyone to be able to write to it for various reasons.
(Joe Pluta) As I detailed in a previous article, QUSROBJD allows you to see all the details of an object. However, it is specifically designed to return the data for a single object.