(K. Scott Allen) How does next know how to call the next piece of middleware in the HTTP processing pipeline? I’ve been asked this question more than once when helping to write middleware components for ASP.NET Core.
(Dave Stokes) Windowing Functions can get quite complex very quickly when you start taking advantage of the frame clause. Ranges and rows can get confusing. So for review lets look at how the specification looks:
(Peter Groenewegen) In our projects we are using IHostedService to run background processes. What I have seen is that when injecting a scoped service into the IHostedService you get a InvalidOperationException on startup.
(Joe Pluta) If you’ve been following my recent articles, you probably noticed I’ve been bouncing back and forth between RPG programming and SQL programming.
(Thomas LaRock) Everyone’s pegging quantum computing as the next big thing in enterprise technology. Quantum computing is becoming as overhyped as Blockchain, if such a thing is possible.
(Pinal Dave) One of my blog readers sent me the following mail after reading my earlier blog posts about Random Function and OTP Code. Before you read the email, you can read those blog posts here, here, and here.
(Jesper Krogh) With the introduction of MySQL Shell 8.0, the second major version of the new command-line tool for MySQL, a new and rich featured prompt was introduced.
(Grant Fritchey) A question that came up recently around Query Store is what happens when there are log backups in use on the database. Let’s talk about it.
(Syed Jaffar Hussain) Updating an Exadata software is one of the crucial tasks for any Database Machine Administrator (DMA).
(mdinh) I am preparing Dataguard for switchover with 1 primary and 3 standbys and should be able to tnsping all the services from log_archive_config=DG_CONFIG=(HAWKA,HAWKB,HAWKC)