Is F# (Functional Programming) the next level, after procedural and object oriented programming?
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We need to analyse some data in a database which is hosted on remote server. So we planned to copy that data into a new database using ETL and analyze it but we are not allowed to copy that data without permissions. so now we are thinking about using distributed
queries like linked server, analyze the data on remote server and copy that analyzed data in our DB using distribute queries as we can copy that analyzed data.
Any one has any idea of issues that occur if we use linked servers in the products that are shipped beacause to my idea there is o product with linked server concept in it as it will have some issues with permissions and all it seems. So
can any on f you help me out with this please
Thank You so much...
I'm doing some IL code generation and realizing that some value types (e.g., integer) can be compared using Ceq but others (e.g., decimal) require a call to op_Equality. An attempt to Ceq on decimal types is detected as invalid IL by PeVerify.
What's the rule on this? Is it that "if op_equality is defined on the type, use it, else you can Ceq?" (for value types, of course.)
I am having a problem where only certain domain users can search the AD using the whenChanged attribute. The following filter will work for some users but not others.
I even went so far as to make one of the users that was having a problem a Domain Admin just to see if that fixed the problem (it didn't). For those users the test oResult.Properties.Contains("whenChanged") returns false. Below is the whole code:
myDE = New DirectoryEntry("LDAP://test/OU=Users1,OU=SubCloset,OU=Closet,OU=OfficeOU,dc=test")
Dim oSearcher As DirectorySearcher = New DirectorySearcher(myDE)
Dim oResults As SearchResultCollection
oSearcher.filter = "(&(objectClass=user)(whenChanged>=20101101010000.0-0500))"
oSearcher.PageSize = 1000
oResults = oSearcher.FindAll()
I don't recall having this problem previously and I have this type
Procedural programming is often seen as "old school," outdated and useless in modern software design, but the design paradigm still shows up in a surprising number of places-including the compiler and MSBuild.
MSDN Magazine November 2010
Hi We have a sql 2008 Enterprise Edition x64 on a win 2008 cluster. The application is a 3rd party app that normally uses Oracle or DB2. We have been having deadlock issues in our environment. The vendor mentioned they don't have deadlocks in Oracle or DB2
and said they use DB2_EVALUNCOMMITTED (From DB2 manual, "which improve concurrency of scans, it may be possible to defer row locking until after determining that a row qualifies for a query) to improve concurrency, is there a similar feature in SQL Server?