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Get a Table Description in Oracle's PL/SQL
by Aaron Mason
Using Oracle's PL/SQL, you can get complete table column descriptions using this command.
Determine Whether a Field Exists in an ADODB.Recordset
by Shawn Dorman
Unless you populated a recordset yourself, you may not know whether it contains a particular field.
Find All User-Defined Functions in a SQL Server Database
by Jaya Nehru
This query returns all the user-defined functions in the specified database.
Determine Which Session Is Blocking All Users in Oracle
by Srinath MS
You can find out which session is causing blocking problems using this SQL command.
Consuming .NET Web Services from Classic ASP with the Microsoft SOAP Toolkit
by Srinath MS
The Microsoft SOAP Toolkit makes it easy to use .NET web services from classic ASP.
How to Store Oracle 10g Log Files in XML
by Srinath MS
Oracle 10g supports several ways to store log files, including XML.
Writing a Parameterized SQL Query in EJB 3.0
by Leonard Anghel
Follow this DELETE statement example to write parameterized SQL queries in EJB 3.0.
Using the EXISTS Command in SQL
by Annem Jyothsna
Using EXISTS can improve the performance of your SQL queries.
Run a Partial Query in TOAD
by Chithra Vijayan
You can run any portion of a SQL command in TOAD, even if it's embedded in a larger query.
Write a Complex Query in Hibernate
by Leonard Anghel
This example shows how to use the findByExample method in Hibernate in conjunction with the SQL AND operator to find and log in a user given an email address and password.
Table Variables Are More Efficient than Temporary Tables In Some Cases
by Srinath MS
Using @TABLE rather than temporary tables improves performance for small tables that don't require indexes.
Rebuild All Table Indexes in a SQL Server Database with One Command
by Srinath MS
An undocumented stored procedure lets you refresh all the table indexes in a SQL Server database with a single command.
Simplify Classic ASP Debugging in VS 2005
by Srinath MS
Like its predessor, VS 2005 does not allow you to debug classic ASP pages by default. Instead, you have to do it manually.
Explore the Statements and Parameters Passed to SQL Server
by Cindy Rodriguez
Find out exactly what statements and parameters are passed to SQL Server.
Execute a Block of Text in SQL Server Management Studio
by Cindy Rodriguez
In SQL Server Management Studio, you can use the Alt key in your keyboard to select blocks of text to execute.
Create XML from an Array
by Cindy Rodriguez
Passing arrays as arguments to stored procedures is not currently possible in SQL Server, but you can use XML to accomplish this.
How To Debug Classic ASP Pages in VS 2005
by Srinath MS
VS 2005, like its predessor, does not allow debugging for classic ASP pages, by default. This forces you to attach the ASP worker process (w3wp.exe).
Executing Marked Text in SQL Server Management Studio
by Cindy Rodriguez
In SQL Server Management Studio, you can use the Alt key in your keyboard to select blocks of text to execute.
Quickly Determine Which Tables Need Indexes in SQL Server
by Srinath MS
A quick way to determine which tables need indexes is to use the SQL Server Profiler Create Trace Wizard with "Identify Scans of Large Tables."
Debugging SQL Server Stored Procedures Through Visual Studio.NET
by Srinath MS
Learn how to use Visual Studio.NET to debug SQL Server stored procedures.
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