With MSSQL2005, can I truncate a table with foreign key constraints if I truncate the subtable first (the table with the primary key of the FK relationship)?
I know I can too
Use DELETE without where clause, then RESEED identity (or)
Delete FK, truncate the table, and recreate FK.
I don't think I can use any of the above options ...
Posted by mediabob on Sat, 01 Feb 2020 09:16:02 -0800
A set of SQL statements used to complete specific database functions, which are compiled and stored in the database system. In use, the user calls and executes the stored procedure by specifying the defined stored procedure name and giving the corresponding stored procedure parameters, thus completing one or a series of databas ...
Posted by excessnet on Fri, 31 Jan 2020 01:19:42 -0800
1. Variable declaration and assignment
All input and output variables, or variables in use, are either declared with set or declare before they are used
Otherwise, it will result in an undefined variable error.
DECLARE @id int(16);
set @a = '12';
set @b = (select count(*) from user);
Multivariate assig ...
Posted by Chicken Little on Sat, 25 Jan 2020 08:15:54 -0800
1. Background introduction
In order to achieve the goal of employee leave, overtime and other personnel process flow and attendance automation, it is necessary to dock the personnel process in OA with EHR system, so that employees only need to fill in application forms, and enter EHR system automatica ...
Posted by heltr on Sun, 19 Jan 2020 17:36:57 -0800
How to write a stored procedure that imports data from a CSV file and populates tables?
You can also use pgAdmin, which provides a GUI to import. Here it is. Show in SO thread . The advantage of using pgAdmin is that it is also applicable to remote databases.
However, much like the previous solution, you will need to have ...
Posted by RoBoTTo on Wed, 08 Jan 2020 03:11:35 -0800
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The so-called Transaction is to maintain the integrity of the database by ensuring that batch operations are either fully executed or not executed at all. Take A rotten Street example: A transfers 1000 yuan t ...
Posted by ddrudik on Tue, 07 Jan 2020 23:12:30 -0800
Functions are usually instrumental, and stored procedures are usually complex operations of DML
Function has return type return
create function getBookCount return number as
declare book_count number;
select count(*) into book_count from t_book;
set serverou ...
Posted by stopblackholes on Sat, 04 Jan 2020 02:01:21 -0800
1, System encapsulation function
MySQL has many built-in functions, which can quickly solve some business requirements in development, including process control function, numerical function, string function, date time function, aggregation function, etc. The functions commonly used in these classifications are listed below.
1. Control flow f ...
Posted by netdynamix on Fri, 03 Jan 2020 12:52:53 -0800
Oracle storage functions
The storage function is also a named PLSQL block.
--Note: the stored procedure has no return value, but the stored function has a return value.
The difference between stored procedure and stored function
Generally speaking, the difference between a procedure and a function is that a function can ...
Posted by hongco on Wed, 01 Jan 2020 13:45:28 -0800
A stored Procedure is a set of SQL statements that are compiled and stored in a database to complete a specific function. The user can execute it by specifying the name of the stored Procedure and giving parameters.
Stored procedures can contain logical control statements and data manipulation statements, which can accept para ...
Posted by storyteller on Tue, 31 Dec 2019 03:05:39 -0800