In MSSQL I can select a column and change the column header by doing: SELECT mycolumn as ‘MyNewColumnName’ from MyTable This doesn’t work in Oracle. How do I perform the same thing in Oracle?
I have 2 data layer DLL projects. One is hitting Oracle tables and the other SQL Server. Each one works on their own when used in separate projects. When I make a project that includes both DLL’s I get the following error when an Oracle table is queried: Schema specified is not valid. Errors: Model.ssdl(2,48) […]
I’m studying SQL Server but don’t know much about Oracle. Can anyone give me a fair comparison of them? I’ve read a comparison about SQL Server 2000 vs Oracle 9i, but it’s a little out of date. Have SQL server 2008 caught up Oracle 11g/i yet?
I want to have compatible SQL for both Oracle database and Microsoft SQL server. I want a compatible SQL expression that will return true for not null and not empty strings. If I use: column <> ” it will work on Microsoft SQL server but not on Oracle database (as ” is null for Oracle) […]
EDIT 3.5 (Meant to put Item 3 below in the last update, but overlooked. Alas…) Looking at how the assembly registration fails for my problem and looking at what limited info I am able to infer from ProcExplorer traces leads me to make some conclusions on a few things. No solutions, just a few inferences […]
I stumbled across the follwoing (valid) query in MySQL (also works in Oracle/MSSQL when replacing = with IN): SELECT * from mytable WHERE (a, b)=(1,2) It’s the same as SELECT * from mytable WHERE a=1 and b=2 I think the definition in the MySQL docs is here: simple_expr: […] | (expr [, expr] …) […] […]
I am working with EF6, MSSQL, Oracle, .NET4.5 on a system that is used globally across company (many departments) to query different databases that belong to our department, that have mostly same EF model, some databases are Oracle and some are Microsoft SQL, some are development or uat, some are logs. I am using different […]
I have a sql query like the following SELECT Name.Nameguid,Name.Name,relation.ancestorguid,relation.productguid,relation.pathLength FROM Name Name JOIN ProductRelationship relation ON Name.productGuid = relation.ancestorGuid AND relation.productGuid = ‘6075D04A-E74A-464B-94E7-25374F0B9833’ ORDER BY relation.pathLength DESC Which returns the following NameGuid Name AncestorGuid ProductGuid PathLength 6D39CB04-88D9-4125-A052-8DF608AAD29C NameParentOnly 8E07F824-763C-434F-926C-80FCC8690243 6075D04A-E74A-464B-94E7-25374F0B9833 2 186E1DF3-4D1A-4020-B845-1280CF1092EA NameParentChild 8E07F824-763C-434F-926C-80FCC8690243 6075D04A-E74A-464B-94E7-25374F0B9833 2 CA60E542-4047-4B4D-AA22-0744A1E5F2E0 childlevelName D9833FCA-93A7-42F5-AFC3-5544F7A4425D 6075D04A-E74A-464B-94E7-25374F0B9833 1 A09D01FC-D69D-4AFA-B4D0-C804F030A281 NameParentChild D9833FCA-93A7-42F5-AFC3-5544F7A4425D […]
I used SSMA v6.0 for migrating my Oracle database to SQL Server 2014. I turned off the generation of ROWID column and as expected it did not generate any additional ROWID column in any of my tables after conversion, but surprisingly it DID generate all the triggers associated with their respective tables with ROWID column […]
As part of a project step I need to run an SSIS package which will transfer the results of the previous step to the clients Siebel / Oracle database. There can be up to 5 million rows in the results table If we just use SQL to do an insert (using a stored procedure) it […]