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Unleashing the Power of Triggers in SQL Server: Automate Data Management with Ease

published 388 days, 12 hours, 47 minutes ago posted by DhruvDhruv 392 days, 15 hours, 40 minutes ago
Sunday, April 2, 2023 8:21:48 PM GMT Wednesday, March 29, 2023 5:28:21 PM GMT
Triggers in SQL Server are special kinds of stored procedures that are automatically executed in response to certain events, such as a data modification or a table creation. Triggers can be useful for enforcing business rules, auditing changes to data, or synchronizing data between tables. In SQL Server, triggers are defined at the database level and can be attached to specific tables or views. There are two types of triggers: DML (Data Modification Language) triggers and DDL (Data Definition Language) ... (more)
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Mastering SQL Queries with the Powerful WITH Clause

published 388 days, 12 hours, 47 minutes ago posted by DhruvDhruv 392 days, 15 hours, 43 minutes ago
Sunday, April 2, 2023 8:21:48 PM GMT Wednesday, March 29, 2023 5:25:28 PM GMT
Structured Query Language (SQL) is a programming language used to manage and manipulate data in relational database management systems (RDBMS). SQL has various clauses that help developers perform complex database operations with ease. One such clause is the WITH clause, which provides a way to define a temporary view or subquery in a SQL statement. This blog post from GeeksforGeeks explains the WITH clause in detail and its usage in SQL queries. The blog post starts by introducing the WITH clause and i... (more)
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Unlocking the Power of SQL: Understanding the Importance of Primary Keys

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Sunday, April 2, 2023 8:21:48 PM GMT Wednesday, March 29, 2023 5:21:49 PM GMT
A primary key is a unique identifier in a relational database table that helps to identify and distinguish each record or row from others. It ensures that each record has a unique value for the column or set of columns designated as the primary key. The primary key is a critical concept in SQL (Structured Query Language), which is a programming language used for managing and manipulating relational databases. In this blog, we will discuss the primary key in SQL and its importance in database design. Fi... (more)
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Exploring the Crossroads: Understanding SQL Cartesian Joins

published 388 days, 12 hours, 47 minutes ago posted by DhruvDhruv 392 days, 15 hours, 50 minutes ago
Sunday, April 2, 2023 8:21:48 PM GMT Wednesday, March 29, 2023 5:18:44 PM GMT
The SQL Cartesian Join, also known as a Cross Join, is a type of join operation used to combine every row from one table with every row from another table. This blog from Tutorialspoint provides an in-depth explanation of the Cartesian Join and its uses in SQL. The blog starts by explaining the concept of joins in SQL, which is used to combine data from two or more tables. Joins are usually done by specifying a common column between the tables and then matching the data based on that column. However, in... (more)
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Mastering Data Extraction with SQL's WHERE Clause

published 388 days, 12 hours, 47 minutes ago posted by DhruvDhruv 392 days, 15 hours, 52 minutes ago
Sunday, April 2, 2023 8:21:48 PM GMT Wednesday, March 29, 2023 5:16:36 PM GMT
The blog titled "SQL WHERE Clause" on the W3Schools website explains how to use the WHERE clause in SQL to filter data from a table. SQL stands for Structured Query Language, which is used to manage relational databases. The WHERE clause is used in SQL to extract specific data from a table based on certain conditions. The blog starts with an introduction to the WHERE clause, which is followed by a brief explanation of its syntax. The WHERE clause is typically used in conjunction with the SELECT statemen... (more)
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Mastering SQL Queries: Unleashing the Power of Aliases

published 388 days, 12 hours, 47 minutes ago posted by DhruvDhruv 392 days, 16 hours, 2 minutes ago
Sunday, April 2, 2023 8:21:48 PM GMT Wednesday, March 29, 2023 5:06:21 PM GMT
The article titled "SQL Alias Syntax" from tutorialspoint.com explains the concept of aliases in SQL and how they are used to rename tables and columns. The article also covers the syntax and examples of how to use aliases in SQL queries. The article begins by defining an alias as an alternate name given to a table or a column in a SQL query. The use of aliases in SQL queries is important because it makes the query more readable and understandable. By using aliases, the user can give a more meaningful n... (more)
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Mastering NULL Functions: A Guide to Handling Missing Data in SQL

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Saturday, February 4, 2023 1:28:43 PM GMT Wednesday, February 1, 2023 1:59:03 PM GMT
The blog post on SQL null functions provides a comprehensive overview of how to handle NULL values in SQL. The blog begins by explaining what NULL values are and why they are important in SQL. It then goes on to describe the different ways to check for NULL values in SQL, including the use of the IS NULL and IS NOT NULL operators. The blog then covers the use of various SQL functions to handle NULL values, including the COALESCE function, which returns the first non-NULL value in a list of expressions, ... (more)
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Unleashing the Power of SQL: A Guide to Aggregate Functions and Grouping in MySQL and PostgreSQL

published 448 days, 17 hours, 50 minutes ago posted by DhruvDhruv 457 days, 15 hours, 44 minutes ago
Wednesday, February 1, 2023 3:19:08 PM GMT Monday, January 23, 2023 5:24:56 PM GMT
The blog post is discussing the concept of aggregate functions and the GROUP BY clause in SQL, specifically in the context of MySQL and PostgreSQL. The post starts by explaining what aggregate functions are and how they are used to perform calculations on a set of values and return a single value. Common aggregate functions include COUNT, SUM, AVG, MIN, and MAX. The post then goes on to describe the GROUP BY clause, which is used in conjunction with aggregate functions to group the result set by one or ... (more)
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Maximizing MySQL Performance: A Comprehensive Guide to Tuning and Optimization

published 448 days, 17 hours, 50 minutes ago posted by DhruvDhruv 457 days, 15 hours, 52 minutes ago
Wednesday, February 1, 2023 3:19:08 PM GMT Monday, January 23, 2023 5:17:14 PM GMT
The blog post is discussing the process of optimizing and tuning the performance of a MySQL database. The post starts by explaining the importance of performance tuning and how it can help improve the overall performance and responsiveness of a MySQL database. It then goes on to describe several different techniques and strategies that can be used to tune and optimize the performance of a MySQL database. One of the key techniques mentioned in the post is indexing. The post explains how indexes can be us... (more)
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SQL Simplified: A Complete Walk-Through of Views and Their Power

published 448 days, 17 hours, 50 minutes ago posted by DhruvDhruv 457 days, 17 hours, 31 minutes ago
Wednesday, February 1, 2023 3:19:08 PM GMT Monday, January 23, 2023 3:37:49 PM GMT
The blog post discusses the concept of views in SQL and provides a comprehensive introduction and walk-through of how to use them. The article begins by explaining what views are and their purpose. Views are virtual tables that can be created from one or more existing tables in a database, and are used to simplify the complexity of the underlying tables. They allow developers to present a specific subset of data to users, without giving them access to the underlying tables. The article then goes on to e... (more)
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Group and Conquer: Mastering the GROUP BY Clause in SQL

published 457 days, 17 hours, 53 minutes ago posted by DhruvDhruv 462 days, 14 hours, 35 minutes ago
Monday, January 23, 2023 3:15:23 PM GMT Wednesday, January 18, 2023 6:33:53 PM GMT
The blog post discusses the GROUP BY clause in SQL, which is used to group rows in a result set based on one or more columns. The GROUP BY clause is typically used in conjunction with aggregate functions such as COUNT, SUM, AVG, MIN, and MAX to perform calculations on the grouped data. The post explains that the GROUP BY clause must be used after the WHERE clause and before the ORDER BY clause in a SQL query. It also states that all the columns in the SELECT statement that are not part of an aggregate f... (more)
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Join the fun: Understanding and Mastering JOINs in MySQL

published 457 days, 17 hours, 53 minutes ago posted by DhruvDhruv 462 days, 15 hours, 16 minutes ago
Monday, January 23, 2023 3:15:23 PM GMT Wednesday, January 18, 2023 5:53:07 PM GMT
This blog post discusses the use of JOINs in MySQL, a popular relational database management system. JOINs are used to retrieve data from two or more tables in a database and combine it into a single result set. The post explains the different types of JOINs that are available in MySQL: - INNER JOIN - LEFT JOIN - RIGHT JOIN - FULL OUTER JOIN The INNER JOIN returns only the rows with matching values in both tables, while the LEFT JOIN returns all the rows from the left table and the matching rows from th... (more)
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