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Query

1. The words an Internet search engine attempts to find on the web. A query may be for any of the words searched, all of the words, or even an exact phrase.

2. More broadly, a question.
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SQL Monitor 9.1 follows the release of version 9.0 in February 2019.
SQLDBManager Plus v6 prices start at $795 for up to five SQL Server instances.
The registered version of the software can be run in batch mode to fix an unlimited number of damaged SQL files.
SQLIA occurs when an attacker causes the web application to generate SQL queries that are functionally different from what the user interface programmer intended.
Database administrators and law enforcement officials use DataNumen SQL Recovery as a forensic tool to identify and repair damaged SQL files.
Given the compatibility between SQL Server and SQL Azure, there has been a lot of confusion about when to use Azure, and whether you should switch if you are already comfortable with SQL Server.
"We just say that whatever SQL is not in the whitelist is bad SQL." Samar added that the system logs all the SQL so an administrator can eview if the SQL is in fact valid or if it is an attack.
"HP PolyServe Software for Microsoft SQL servers offers customers a highly available, flexible, simple approach to SQL Server consolidation", said Prakash Krishnamoorthy, Country Manager, HP StorageWorks Division, Technology Solutions Group, HP India.
* SQL Engine and Filter Performance Enhancements: The server will now use a more efficient method to optimise multi-segmented filters.
"Although REAL SQL Server demonstrates unfailing dependability, we continually work to raise the level of compliance and reliability of our products", stated Geoff Perlman, president and CEO of REAL Software.
Services for SQL Server 2005 provides customers with best-practices design and implementation expertise.
Red Gate Software, a provider of tools for Microsoft technology developers and DBAs, announced on Thursday (26 January) that it has upgraded its complete set of database comparison and packaging tools to provide compatibility with SQL Server 2005.