Buy an SQL book and you’ll be a master? Of course not. But this is a good place to start. Don’t settle for, “I think this is a good book.” Use the following resource and find out for yourself. Learn SQL today.
E-commerce customers love an easy, glitch-free shopping experience. Shopping carts help online businesses streamline the process. This article introduces you to three free ASP shopping carts to try out.
A PHP query string without question mark is easy to create and makes the URL very readable and is more like a directory path. Creating such query strings is very easy and requires a little modification in the .htaccess file.
PHP provides simple and easy to use functions to split long strings. These PHP string split functions allow you to use the function’s arguments so that you can have the string split as per your requirements. Read on for a more detailed explanation along with helpful examples.
Stored procedures are used to increase the efficiency of an application that uses the same set of queries time and again. They are easy to use and simple to apply, and you need not be overwhelmed when someone mentions their name. Start learning how to use stored procedures with this easy example.
So you have inherited a chunk of data and you notice you have a date field stored as seconds. You are probably wondering how to convert seconds into minutes in SQL server. You have nothing to worry as this tutorial will show you how to solve the problem
The SQL WITH clause may not be familiar to most database administrators. This is because the WITH clause is most likely to be found by those using Oracle 9i release 2. So what exactly does this clause do? This tutorial explains it all.
Have you ever looked at the schematics and contents of a table and notice how disorganized it all is? You then wonder, “What were they thinking?” In that case, its best to perform an SQL transpose on the table to get it all organized. This guide will show how.
Learn how to use the SQL GROUP BY statement that is illustrated with an easy to understand example. The SQL GROUP BY statement can be used to create very interesting applications once it’s ease of use is understood.