Latest blog tagged on "Database"

Data is important and so as for the websites we create in the hosting. There is also a heavy software is required to secure them correctly. But on the time of good and important security reasons people should do if your files become risky or unsafe.

Our industry continues to see an ongoing upsurge in data volumes. This comes with the insatiable need by industry-leading companies to exploit existing data to foster business development and growth.

A trigger is a set of SQL statements stored in the database structure. A Trigger is a database object that is attached with the table in SQL.A SQL trigger is fired whenever an event or function associated with a table occurs ....

The structuring of Database is normalization, Normalization is the process of restructuring tables to eliminate design problems. This process removes redundant data, makes it possible to access data more easily.

PostgreSQL releases its two versions 9.5 and 9.6, this year. They launched the UPSERT functionality after a long time that we know from MySQL (aka ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE), better full text search and speed improvements.

Delete command is used to delete all the rows from the table. If we use where clause then according to condition specific rows will be deleted.

It is a set of structured query language statement with given name. It is stored in the database in the compiled form.It is store in the compile form that’s why it can be shared by many program.

Where clause is very important clause for filtering data .It search the records from the table according to the condition given in the where clause.

A view is a SQL statement which is stored in the database with a name. A view is actually a formation of a table in the form of a predefined Structured Query Language (SQL) query.

Triggers are store procedure, which are automatically executed or fired when some events occur like deletion, insertion of data. Triggers are database object which is attached to a table and is executed automatically.

Constraints are used to apply some rules for the record in a table. If any rule is violated between constraint and data, then the action is aborted by the constraint.

In previous article we have discussed about SQL and some queries. In this part we will continue on SQL Queries:

SQL stands for Structured Query Language. The structured query language is used to manipulate and access the databases. SQL is an ANSI (American National Standard Institute) standard.

The CREATE DATABASE statement is used to create database. (Note: Before creating database you must first connect with database server).Here is an example to create database using PHP:

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In this article I would discuss about the Database Mail which is used to send the Email using SQL Server.

This Article describes how to create a Microsoft SQL Server Agent job step that executes Store procedure in SQL Server by using SQL Server Management Studio.

SQLite Triggers is a sql series of sql statements that are executed automatically to perform/invoked when a specified database event occurs, such as creation or updating record or deletion of record/table.

In this blog we will learn about SQLite GLOB operator. GLOB operator is used for matching string values against patterns.

In this blog we will discuss about SQLite AND and OR operators are that are used to execute multiple conditions to narrow down the selected data in an SQLite statement. Both of these two operators known as conjunctive operators.

The DETACH DATABASE statement is used to detach and dissociate a named database from a database connection which was previously attached using ATTACH statement.

In this blog describe the concept of sql view in sql server. SQL view is a virtual table. Here we give simple example of view.

In this blog describe the concept of cursor in sql server and how to create cursor in sql server, types of cursor. Here, I’m trying to demonstrate the good examples of cursors.

In this blog, I’m explaining how to create and use the sqlite database in our application.

In this article, I’m explaining the locks in sql server and its types.

In this blog, I’m explaining the checkpoint in sql server.

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