Found 95 Articles for SQL

How to Rename SQL Server Schema?

Bharti Kumari
Updated on 25-Jan-2023 11:11:18
Introduction To rename a schema in SQL Server, you can use the sp_rename stored procedure to change the name of the schema. Before you can rename a schema, you need to make sure that the schema is not being used by any objects in the database. You can do this by running a query to check for objects that belong to the schema. If the schema is being used by objects in the database, you will need to either drop or transfer ownership of the objects to a different schema before you can rename the schema. Once you have ... Read More

How to Convert Epoch Time to Date in SQL?

Bharti Kumari
Updated on 25-Jan-2023 11:06:02
Introduction The epoch is the date and time relative to which a computer's clock and timestamp values are determined. Epoch time is commonly used in computer systems to represent a point in time. It is typically represented as a single integer value, which represents the number of seconds that have elapsed since the epoch. In SQL, you can convert an epoch time value to a date by using the `to_timestamp` function. This function converts an epoch time value (which is typically stored as a BIGINT or INT data type) to a timestamp with time zone value. The resulting timestamp value ... Read More

How to Change DB Schema to DBO in SQL?

Bharti Kumari
Updated on 25-Jan-2023 11:01:29
Introduction In SQL Server, a schema is a container for database objects such as tables, views, and stored procedures. The `dbo` schema is the default schema for the database owner (also known as the "database principal"). There may be times when you want to change the schema of a database object in SQL Server. For example, you might want to move a table from one schema to another to better organize your database, or you might want to change the schema of an object to match the schema of other objects in your database. To change the schema of a ... Read More

Displaying the Employees in Increasing Order of their Salaries in SQL Server

Bharti Kumari
Updated on 25-Jan-2023 10:58:52
Introduction Displaying employees in increasing order of their salaries in SQL Server involves a few steps. First, you need to have a database and a table that stores information about employees, including their salaries. Once you have that, you can use SQL commands to query the table and retrieve the data in the desired order. To retrieve the data in increasing order of salary, you can use the ORDER BY clause in a SELECT statement. The ORDER BY clause is used to sort the results of a query by one or more columns. In this case, you would use it ... Read More

Displaying Department Name Having Most Number of Employees in SQL Server

Bharti Kumari
Updated on 25-Jan-2023 10:56:40
Introduction Displaying the department with the most number of employees in SQL Server is a common task that can be accomplished using a SQL query. The query will typically involve joining the employees and departments tables on the department ID, grouping the results by department name, and counting the number of employees in each department. Then use aggregate functions like COUNT() and TOP 1 with ORDER BY clause to get the desired result. To display the department name that has the most number of employees in SQL Server, it requires to have two database tables - Employees and Departments with ... Read More

10 Best SQL Editor Tools in the Market

Bharti Kumari
Updated on 25-Jan-2023 10:54:13
Introduction SQL editor tools are software applications that allow you to write and execute SQL statements. They typically provide a user interface that includes features such as syntax highlighting, auto-complete, and the ability to run queries and view the results. Some SQL editor tools are specifically designed to work with a particular database management system (DBMS), such as Oracle, MySQL, or Microsoft SQL Server, while others are more general purpose and can be used with any DBMS. SQL editor tools are commonly used by database administrators, developers, and data analysts to manage and manipulate data stored in relational databases. They ... Read More

Chr() and Asc() Function in MS Access

Raunak Jain
Updated on 16-Jan-2023 17:28:46
MS Access is a powerful database management system that allows users to easily organize, store, and manipulate large amounts of data. Among the many built-in functions that MS Access offers, the Chr() and Asc() functions are particularly useful when working with strings. In this article, we will take a closer look at these functions, including what they do, how to use them, and real-life examples of when they can be applied. Understanding the Chr() Function The Chr() function in MS Access is used to return the character that corresponds to a specific ASCII value. The function takes a single argument, ... Read More

Checkpoints in DBMS

Raunak Jain
Updated on 16-Jan-2023 17:57:06
Introduction A checkpoint in a database management system (DBMS) is a process that saves the current state of the database to disk. This allows for faster recovery in the event of a system failure or crash. In this article, we will explore the concept of checkpoints in DBMS, including how they work, the different types of checkpoints, and their real-world applications. What is a Checkpoint? A checkpoint is a process that saves the current state of the database to disk. This includes all transactions that have been committed, as well as any changes that have been made to the database ... Read More

Check if Table, View, Trigger, etc present in Oracle

Raunak Jain
Updated on 16-Jan-2023 17:21:52
Introduction Oracle is a powerful, versatile relational database management system that is widely used in the enterprise. One of the most common tasks when working with Oracle is to check if a specific object, such as a table, view, trigger, or other types of object, exists in the database. This can be useful for a variety of purposes, such as validating input data, checking for dependencies, and more. In this article, we will explore several methods for checking if a table, view, trigger, or other object exists in Oracle. Using the "DBA_OBJECTS" View One of the easiest and most straightforward ... Read More

Check Constraint in MS SQL Server

Raunak Jain
Updated on 16-Jan-2023 17:57:45
Introduction SQL Server is a powerful relational database management system that is widely used in various industries. One of the key features of SQL Server is its ability to enforce constraints on data to ensure data integrity and consistency. One such constraint is the check constraint, which allows users to specify a Boolean expression that must evaluate to true for any data that is inserted or updated in a specific column or table. In this article, we will discuss the concept of check constraints in SQL Server, how to create and implement them, and real-world examples of their use. What ... Read More