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Cast as Numeric without parenthesis

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On 26-3-2015 09:26, liviuslivius liviuslivius@poczta.onet.pl ... NUMERIC without scale and precision is INTEGER. See Interbase 6.0 Data Definition Guide page
Mark Rotteveel
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Mar 26

Awaiting Garbage Collector

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Hi Walter, On slide 46 of http://www.slideshare.net/ibsurgeon/3-how-transactionswork we consider how transaction 20 view record versions. It's important to
Alexey Kovyazin
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Mar 25

Extract week of the year (within year)

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... Instead of going for the -o switch and losing one table completely, I'd rather use the -n switch. As a result, you have all data but some constraints are
Dmitry Yemanov
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Mar 25

Get/set context in derived table context

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Given your requirement that is the best option and the safest from a compatibility point of view Sent from my iPhone
Louis Van Alphen
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Mar 21

Revert DB to previous version

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That worked great! Thank you!
sboydlns
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Mar 19

How To Generate Auto Increment Number in SQL Itself ?

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... The first thing that comes to mind, is EXECUTE BLOCK (which is basically a STORED PROCEDURE built dynamically and not stored anywhere and that can be used
Svein Erling Tysvær
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Mar 16

Odp: [firebird-support] How To Display Null Values At the End For Mo

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... Actually, Karol, since all your rows contain at least one NULL, I'd say the result of your query would be identical to the result if there were no scol
Svein Erling Tysvær
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Mar 14

Distributing/deploying Stored Procedures

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I should have qualified it a bit more (it sorts of says it in the header of the source)... 1) It only does non destructive updates, It won't delete columns
lafras.henning
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Mar 14

How To Display Null Values At the End For More Than One Columns Spec

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Hi SET, I got the answer from below URL. How To Display Null Values At the End For More Than One Columns Specified in Order By Clause? ... Thank You for
Vishal Tiwari
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Mar 13

Odp: [firebird-support] Cumulative queries

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Yes , it is superserver I am running. I will try it ! Thank you, Tiberiu
tiberiu_horvath
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Mar 12

Newbie question on how to hold an unusual data type

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... OK. ... Much less OK. Hash functions do not produce unique results - even hashing to a range much larger than the intitial string will produce duplicates.
Ann Harrison
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Mar 8

64-bit server/32-bit application

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... The client application doesn't use the UDF library directly. The UDF library must match the bitness of the server. The Firebird client library
Thomas Steinmaurer
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Mar 6

Index

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Thank you set :) Von: firebird-support@yahoogroups.com [mailto:firebird-support@yahoogroups.com] Gesendet: Dienstag, 3. März 2015 10:07 An:
checkmail
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Mar 3

ON EXTERNAL DATA SOURCE

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... That's exactly the sort of opinion based on real experience of trying it that I was after, thanks. ... Ah! - you're saying that a workaround to AUTONOMOUS
Tim Ward
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Mar 2
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