The SQL language provides a lot of effective operators for retrieving and presenting data from databases. One popular tool is the UNION clause. In this article, we will delve into what the UNION clause is, its benefits, and how to use it effectively in MySQL.
Today, we've got some good news for all users of MySQL and MariaDB databases—we are rolling out a rather big update of our dbForge tools for MySQL with quite a few handy enhancements that will make your routine work faster and easier.
We have already explored the capabilities of the much-hyped ChatGPT in terms of writing SQL JOIN queries and retrieving data from MySQL databases. Now the time has come to take one more step further and scrutinize a more narrow-focused yet crucial topic for database developers—unit testing. We'll see how ChatGPT fares when it comes to writing unit tests for various database objects.
Recently, we've explored the case when dbForge SQL Complete was adopted by a group of SQL developers working under the banner of a tech company and seeking to get their routine coding done faster. Our today's case dwells on the same idea—but the difference is that this time we'll be dealing with a company of a much larger scale.
It is always interesting to explore a case where dbForge tools are used in a collaborative process. Take SQL Complete, for instance. It was created to make individual SQL developers exceptionally productive and help them write error-free code much faster.
If you are a database developer dealing with several projects, it means you have to handle a number of database management systems simultaneously. And for each of these systems, you need to have a proper set of tools at hand. Moreover, the said set of tools must be complete and flexible enough to follow the evolving project and its current requirements.