Rajendra Gupta

Rajendra Gupta
SQL CASE statement

SQL CHARINDEX

May 9, 2019 by

We use the SQL CHARINDEX function to find the position of a substring or expression in a given string. We might have a character in different positions of a string. SQL CHARINDEX returns the first position and ignores the rest of matching character positions in a string.

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SQL Server feature selection for Python SQL

Data Sampling with Python SQL Scripts

May 9, 2019 by

Introduction

The Python programming language is object oriented, easy to use and, widely used programming language. We can write simple Python SQL Scripts and it performs the task that is not easy to do with t-SQL.

SQL Case Statement

CASE statement in SQL

April 1, 2019 by

The case statement in SQL returns a value on a specified condition. We can use a Case statement in select queries along with Where, Order By, and Group By clause. It can be used in the Insert statement as well. In this article, we would explore the CASE statement and its various use cases.

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SQL Server FILETABLE objects

SQL Server FILETABLE Use Cases

March 28, 2019 by

SQL Server FILETABLE provides benefits over SQL FILESTREAM available from SQL Server 2012. We can manage unstructured objects in the file system using SQL Server. It stores metadata in particular fixed schema tables and columns. It provides compatibility between an object in SQL Server table and Windows.

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SQL FILETABLE root folder structure

Managing Data in SQL Server FILETABLEs

March 22, 2019 by

SQL Server FILETABLE is a next generation feature of SQL FILESTREAM. We can use it to store unstructured objects into a hierarchal directory structure. SQL Server manages SQL FILETABLE using computed columns and interacts with the OS using extended functions. We can manage SQL FILETABLEs similar to a relational table.

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comparison on transaction log growth between Accelerated Database Recovery feature On and Off.

Accelerated Database Recovery and Long Running Transactions with Transaction Log Growth

March 21, 2019 by

In my previous article in this series Accelerated Database Recovery; Instant Rollback and Database Recovery, we talked about a potential DBA painkiller to resolve long waiting times for database recovery and rollback scenarios using Accelerated Database Recovery. In this article, we will look at one more painful challenge for DBAs, Long Running Transaction with Transaction log growth.

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