Window functions are useful for solving many SQL queries. In this article, Ed Pollack demonstrates how they can be used to analyse baseball winning streaks.
Redgate has added new capabilities to the Deployment Suite for Oracle, so it now supports automated migrations-based and state-based Oracle deployments on both Linux and Windows. They've introduced Redgate Change Control, a new capability for understanding development changes, generating migration scripts for version control, and getting precise control over the migration path during automated deployments. Our Schema Compare and Data Compare for Oracle command line tools have been extended to Linux as well as Windows, and we’ve added static code analysis that encourages teams to follow good coding practices on Windows or Linux.
Giorgi Abashidze explains how his team use a 2-phase deployment process with SQL Compare Command line, and some SQL Synonyms, to automate custom deployments for each of their customers, while only needing to maintain one branch per release in source control.
Introduction In Financial Data, analyzing the Moving Average (MA) is a very common practice. The direction of the moving average conveys important information about prices, whether that average is simple or exponential. A rising moving average shows that prices are generally increasing. A falling moving average indicates that prices, on average, are falling. This article […]
Today, Kendra talks about why version control for databases is important and how to get started.
In this tip we look at the impact of building SQL Server indexes in ascending versus descending order and the impact.