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What do you call the . syntax in SQL?

In many databases, when writing a SELECT query, you can provide the database name along with the table name in order to resolve any ambiguity the database might encounter in case there are multiple databases with the same table names. For example, let’s say the user currently logged into SQL Server has SELECT privileges on databases DB1 and DB2, and

Lower bound for Postgres integer type out of range?

Per Postgres documentation, an integer type is defined between -2147483648 and +2147483647. I thought that these boundaries were inclusive, but if I try: an Integer out of range error is raised. The upper bound seems to be casted properly: And if I increase the lower bound by one it works fine as well: The same result is applied to smallint.

Error with syntax replacing values in the query output

I work within the SQL database, but am self taught, so there are a few holes in my knowledge. I have this query that although I would think is simple, I just cant get it right. I have two columns, one with a ‘Name’, and the other ‘Privacy’. I am trying to to get a result where if the Privacy

mySQL – create table error 1064(42000): syntax error

I’m trying to create the table below but I get an error. I double checked and the data types are valid, and a table with this name doesn’t currently exist in the database. I even closed and re-opened my terminal in case this was a glitch. But still no luck. Any idea what’s wrong here? Error message I get: ERROR

Oracle SQL Select Only 5 Digit Row in a Column [closed]

Closed. This question needs to be more focused. It is not currently accepting answers. Want to improve this question? Update the question so it focuses on one problem only by editing this post. Closed 1 year ago. Improve this question SLNO Column select only 5 digit row Answer Please use length function of oracle. For e.g: In your case