Client Statistics table (Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio)

Is there any way to clear the Client Statistics table in Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio (2008 R2) besides create a new query? Answer Go to the “Query” menu then choose “Reset Client Statistics”. You can customise the toolbar to add this function if you require it frequently. AttributionSource : Link , Question Author : … Read more

Multiple SQL statements in one roundtrip using Dapper.NET

There is a nice feature in ADO.NET that allows you to send multiple SQL statements to database in one roundtrip and receive results for all statements: var command = new SqlCommand(“SELECT count(*) FROM TableA; SELECT count(*) FROM TableB;”, connection); using(var reader = command.ExecuteReader()) { reader.Read(); resultA = reader.GetInt32(0); reader.NextResult(); reader.Read(); resultB = reader.GetInt32(0); } Is … Read more

Not all parameters were used in the SQL statement (Python, MySQL)

I get an error on the following Python code: import mysql.connector cnx = mysql.connector.connect(user=’root’, password=”, host=’127.0.0.1′, database=’DB’) cursor = cnx.cursor() Name = “James” Department = “Finance” StartYear = 2001 CurrentPos = 2001 Link = “” add_user = (“INSERT INTO DB.tbluser ” “(username, department, startyear, currentpos, link) ” “VALUES (%s, %s, %d, %d, %s)”) data_user = … Read more

Is there some way I can “join” the contents of two javascript arrays much like I would do a join in SQL

I have two arrays: Question and UserProfile The userProfiles: [] array contain { id, name } objects The questions: [] array contains { id, text, createdBy } objects The createdBy integer in questions is always one of the id values in userProfiles. Is there a way I could “join” the arrays in much the same … Read more