(Paul Tuohy) Before getting into the detail in this article, I want it to be clear that I do NOT (in any way) advocate the direct editing of data in a production database. But when it comes to a test database, then the ability to directly edit data is invaluable.
(Tibor Karaszi) Now that SQL server 2019 is released I want to discuss one of the more interesting improvements, at least from a performance perspective.
(Jagruti Jasleniya) In previous post we saw modifying non-partitioned table into partitioned one.Today we will see how we can convert partitioned table into non-partitioned table.
(Brendan Tierney) I’m going to create a new Cloud VM to host some of my machine learning work. The first step is to create the VM before installing the machine learning software.
(K. Scott Allen) gRPC is a framework you can use in ASP.NET Core 3 to build APIs. The gRPC framework offers both advantages and disadvantages compared to the HTTP based APIs we’ve always been able to build using ASP.NET Core controllers.
(Kellyn Pot’Vin-Gorman) Microsoft has done a great job of documenting how to create a VM with the appropriate VM image and Oracle version, then how to log in, startup the listener and create the database.
(Damir Arh) This article is an overview of .NET Core 3.0 covering all the new features and improvements it’s bringing to the .NET ecosystem.
SQL SERVER – Unable to Start SQL Server Service or Connect After Incorrectly Setting Max Server Memory to a Low Value
(Pinal Dave) One of my clients contacted me for whom I assisted incomplete installation of SQL Server along with health check and backup automation. Here is the email which came across about max server memory.
(Erin Cavanaugh) Altova XMLSpy and MapForce JSON tools have long supported JSON and JSON5 for editing and data mapping. As new JSON formats arise in response to real-world usage, the support in these tools is expanding.
(Frits Hoogland) In the article oracle memory troubleshooting using analysis on heap dumps I introduced heap_analyze.awk.