[ Team LiB ] Recipe 9.8 Debugging a SQL Server Stored Procedure Problem Given an application that uses a SQL Server stored procedure that is causing errors, you need to debug the stored procedure. Solution Use Visual Studio .NET to debug SQL Server stored procedures
[ Team LiB ] Recipe 8.11 Using a Single Stored Procedure to Update Multiple Changes to a SQL Server Database Problem You need to update a SQL Server 2000 database with changes to multiple rows in a DataSet by executing a single stored procedure.
In the decade since MySQL burst on the scene, it has become the dominant open source database, with capabilities and performance rivaling those of commercial RDBMS offerings like Oracle and SQL Server. Along with Linux and PHP, MySQL is at the heart of millions of applications. And now, with support for stored procedures, functions, and triggers in MySQL 5.0, MySQL offers the programming power needed for true enterprise use.
[ Team LiB ] Recipe 4.9 Getting Stored Procedure Parameter Information at Runtime Problem You want to get information about the parameters used by a stored procedure at runtime. Solution Use DeriveParameters( ) method of the CommandBuilder.
[ Team LiB ] Recipe 2.10 Raising and Handling Stored Procedure Errors Problem You want to catch and handle an error raised from a stored procedure. Solution Use a try . . . catch block to catch serious errors. Use the SqlConnection.InfoMessage event handler to catch informational and warning messages.
[ Team LiB ] Recip 6.4 Using ADO.NET and SQL Server DBMS Transactions Together Problem You need to use a DBMS transaction within a SQL Server stored procedure from an ADO.NET transaction with the SQL Server .NET data provider.
ToyzUnlimited is a trendy toy store based in California. It buys toys from manufacturers, stocks them in its store and sells them for profits. ToyzUnlimited maintains the details of all branded toy products in a SQL Server 2005 database. To speed up the day-to-day tasks and operations related to the database, it has been decided to use SQL Server 2005 stored procedures for commonly performed tasks.
[ Team LiB ] Recipe 2.12 Retrieving Stored Procedure Return Values Using a DataReader Problem You are using a stored procedure to create a DataReader and need to get the return value. When you try to access the value, it is null. How can you access the return value?
Oracle8i introduced the use of Java as a procedural language with a Java Virtual
Machine (JVM) in the database (originally called JServer). JVM includes support for
Java stored procedures, methods, triggers, Enterprise JavaBeans™ (EJBs), CORBA,
and HTTP. The Accelerator is used for project generation, translation, and compila-
tion, and can also be used to deploy/install shared libraries.
The inclusion of Java within the Oracle database allows Java developers to leverage
their skills as Oracle application developers.
[ Team LiB ] Recipe 2.9 Returning an Output Parameter Using a DataReader Problem You want to access an output parameter returned by a stored procedure that you have used to create a DataReader. Solution Add a parameter
Oracle supplies many PL/SQL packages with the Oracle server to extend database
functionality and provide PL/SQL access to SQL features. You can use the supplied
packages when creating your applications or for ideas in creating your own stored
[ Team LiB ] Recipe 6.13 Implementing Pessimistic Concurrency Without Using Database Locks Problem You need the safety of pessimistic locking without the overhead of database locks. Solution Use extra columns and stored procedures as shown in the following examples.
This session will introduce you to SQL Server and guide you through the
installation process step-by-step. It explains hardware and software requirements
and the reasons for making necessary choices along the way. The final
sidebar comparing SQL Server to other major players on the database market lists
the costs and benefits of various database-system implementations.
When you write stored procedures, triggers, and user-defined functions, you need to
decide whether to use traditional Transact-SQL or a programming language that is
compatible with the .NET Framework, such as Visual Basic .NET or C#. Transact-
SQL is best for situations in which the code primarily performs data access with little
or no procedural logic. Programming languages that are compatible with the
.NET Framework are best-suited for computationally-intensive functions and
procedures that feature complex logic or for situations where you want to take
advantage of the .
For simplicity,we assume that skylines are computedwith respect tomin con-
ditions on all dimensions; however, all methods discussed can be applied with
any combination of conditions. Using the min condition, a point pi dominates1
another point pj if and only if the coordinate of pi on any axis is not larger than
the corresponding coordinate of pj . Informally, this implies that pi is preferable
to pj according to any preference (scoring) function which is monotone on all