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Continuous Integration with TeamCity and dbForge

Business benefits from faster releases. End-users get updates immediately, their applications and systems work seamlessly, and both the software manufacturers and customers are happy. Thus the idea is to make software development and releases faster and safer. There are lots of tools to automate processes, accelerate performances, and eliminate the risks of errors.

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How to Create Customizable CRUD Operations with SQL Complete

Working with SQL databases and tables usually implies performing daily data-related tasks using the CRUD operations in order to re-use, manipulate, and access data later. For example, you can create a new table, modify, populate the table with data, retrieve and store data for future use, or delete if needed.

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Introduction to MySQL UPDATE Statement

Most modern websites and applications ground on data collection, storage, and analysis. Databases take an active part in building the entire Web environment. That’s why it is crucial to ensure correct data retrieval from databases and appropriate ways of data manipulation. To modify your data properly, you will need to execute SQL queries. The current article will focus on the MySQL UPDATE statement and its use.

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How to Connect to MySQL Server

In the second article of the series uncovering how to get started with MySQL, we talk about the ways of connecting to MySQL Server.

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How to Install MySQL on Windows Using MySQL Installer

The article provides a comprehensive walkthrough outlining the aspects of how to install MySQL Server on Windows using MySQL Installer. Learn the subtleties of the MySQL installation process step-by-step to ensure you have MySQL Server together with its tools running smoothly.

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SQL Server Table Variables Overview

In the article, we are going to explore the basics of SQL Server table variables, compare local temporary table vs global temporary vs table variable, and examine a query execution plan performed with dbForge Studio for SQL Server.

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Automated Database Deployment and Releases with Jenkins and dbForge

Introduction into CI process

The modern software development process is impossible without constant improvement. There will be multiple builds for each change, and it is only an accomplished build tested in its entirety that can be pushed to production.

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Create Full SQL Server Database Backup with dbForge Studio for SQL Server

The backup process is an important link in the chain of successful database administration and robust data protection. In this article, we are going to apply a comprehensive solution from dbForge Studio for SQL Server that allows quick and efficient database backup and restore.

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How to Install 15 dbForge SQL Tools in 15 Minutes Using Chocolatey

Getting prepared for work need not take long, no matter whether you deal with physical or digital tools. Undoubtedly, there are better things to spend time on than make your way through a dozen wizards, however simple and convenient they might be. And if you are a SQL database developer or administrator, we can give you a quick example and equip you with a set of 15 top-notch tools in next to no time with even less effort.

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Introduction to SQL Server Temporary Tables

We all need to refer to temporary tables quite often. They are necessary to deal with interim aggregations or outputting intermediate results. However, it is also essential to delete temporary tables after using them. 

In this article, we’ll examine the basics of temporary tables and define how they differ from table variables. Then, we’ll learn how to delete temporary tables correctly, and we’ll create a stored procedure for deleting temporary tables in a current session.

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