The CHECK constraint in MySQL is utilized to specify the condition on a particular column that must be fulfilled while inserting or updating any data.
The “BETWEEN” operator is a useful comparison operator in MySQL that allows us to retrieve data based on a specified range of values for a particular column.
The JOIN clause of MySQL is used to join two or more tables under a particular condition, which is specified by utilizing the ON, USING, or WHERE clauses.
Comprehensive guide on the various categories of indexes in the Microsoft SQL Server and how to properly implement each index types along with examples.
This is on how CTE can come handy when you need to generate temporary result set and it can be accessed in select, insert, update, delete and merge statement.
This is on how to use the PATINDEX function in SQL Server. This function allows you to determine the start position of a pattern in a given input expression.
Comprehensive demonstration on the simple methods of creating various types of users in the SQL Server and on how to use the SSMS to create users.
In this post, we explored the basics of creating and deleting a database using Transact-SQL commands and Graphical Interfaces.
In this article, we will explore the various methods and techniques you can use to fetch the current time in SQL Server.
In this post is how to use the SSMS and T-SQL commands: how data in the view is retrieved from the source table and the actual data structure in the view.
In this post, we explored the usage of the GRANT command in SQL Server. The command allows you to assign permissions to a given principal.
Practical tutorial on how to use the HAVING clause in SQL statements to set a condition in the groups defined in an SQL GROUP BY clause with practical examples.
This article explains the DROP SCHEMA statement and illustrates how to remove a schema using the SQL Server Management Studio.
Disabling a trigger can temporarily allow you to perform an action without a subsequent event. SQL Server Disable Trigger is discussed.
In SQL Server, a differential backup is a type of backup that captures the changes/modifications made to a database since the last full backup.
The datetimeoffset data type allows you to define a date value that combines the time section and the time zone based on UTC or GMT.
Practical guide on how to use the stdev() function in the SQL Server to calculate the standard deviation for a given set of values along with practical example.
Practical tutorial on how to use the right function in the SQL Server to extract a set of characters from the right of a given string with pratical example.
DATEFROMPARTS() function in SQL Server enables us to construct a date value from the year, month, and day inputs. SQL Server Datefromparts() is discussed.
In SQL Server, a synonym refers to an alias or a substitute name assigned to an existing database object such as a table, a view, a stored procedure, or a UDF.