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History of SQL server
In 1988, Microsoft released its first version of SQL Server. It was designed for the OS/2 platform and was developed jointly by Microsoft and Sybase. During the early 1990s, Microsoft began to develop...

Rahul J Rajesh | 13 May

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New Features Worth Exploring in SQL Server 2016
New Features Worth Exploring in SQL Server 2016 There is a lot of buzz around SQL Server 2016. Microsoft announced the release of SQL Server 2016 at the Microsoft Ignite Conference during the first week...
Stuff in SQL Server
SQL Stuff is most commonly use inbuilt function in SQL Server. Stuff basically use for manipulate the string. According to MSDN stuff function insert a string into another string. SQL Stuff function takes...

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Chandu Patel | 12 Mar

You can learn SQL server sql queries easily or oracle SQL for query writing. We can train you online or personally at Bangalore. You can call me we can guide you on that. No need to take certification. You can call me to discuss further we can guide you on that.

Tushar Joshi | 11 Apr

Go for MCSA SQL 2012 first. It will give you enough knowledge about dev and admin. Once you earn a badge paste it on your resume and see the response if recruiters.


In postgresql 9.4 server streaming replication, from where wal files are transfer to standby? whether from wal buffer or pg_xlog

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Agama IT Solutions | 13/11/2016

If you want to retain only WAL segments after the latest base backup, you simply run pg_archivecleanup in standalone mode for the latest .backup file (not for those older than the latest). But do you really want to have only one available backup? First of all, you won't be able to restore to the point before the last backup. Second, it makes sense to have some backups just in case (corruptions, etc). And it seems strange to archive segments to local disk and then rsync them elsewhere. Why not putting your rsync (and then sync to flush OS buffers to disk) into archive_command? This ensures that the segment won't be removed from pg_xlog before it reaches the destination.

Sacheen | 24/11/2016

Your question is not related to Microsoft SQL, please post with PostgreSQL category to get quick answer.


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Satya Lakkoju | 14/09/2016

Good Decision Mr.Rajesh I prefer you to choose server ( Admin ) side . because now there's a good demand for administration in coming days also server maintenance will increase. You should learn Websphere or Weblogic Administration training for good Career Satya from Manuchandra technologies


Gurushankar M | 16/09/2016

Welcome to Software World Mr. Rajesh.(The Moment you decided to enter Software your are half way through:) ). My personal advice for you, get trained on Testing(Manual


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Ram M | 01/03/2016

I will provide you the class in tamil


Manas Rath | 09/03/2016

Mr Murthy, I have 13+years of experience in SQL Server Programming and Performance Tuning. I would say It's better to complete the course using English as the communication language as at the end you will be working in a Software company where your mode of communication will be english. Also it doesnot matter whether you are learning in english or Tamil, what matters is are you getting the concepts of SQL Server programming right or not. You can reach me in case you need training on the same

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