The following compares the syntax needed to limit the number of rows returned in each Mysql, MSsql and Oracle.
The following sums how to create a new database and give a user appropriate rights via the mysql command line client:
You can use the CHARINDEX function in a where clause much as you would use the LIKE keyword in a query. For more discussion see:
When you run into errors running queries after adding a linked server which runs sql server 2000 on a machine running sql server 2008 try the openquery function instead :
For instance when accessing a server using MySQL Query Browser you need to enable remote access, or you'll receive errors 1130 or 2003.
to restart mysql on Debian / Ubuntu:
Conditionally placed where statement (in stored procedure)
Returns the current database system timestamp as a datetime value, derived from the operating system of the computer on which the instance of SQL Server is running
This stored procedure will give you extensive information about the fields in a table
assuming the table is named pet
In MySQL you can retrieve the value of the last auto increment field upped by an insert using the LAST_INSERT_ID() function. Example:
This query duplicates the rows inside a table: