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SQL Date Comparison - How to filter Datetime in SQL Server - SQL Training Online
http://www.sqltrainingonline.com SQL Date Comparison - How to filter Datetime in SQL Server - SQL Training Online In this video, I show you how to do a SQL Date Comparison in SQL Server when your Datetime has an actual time in it. I also include the latest trick that will make this easier if you are using SQL Server 2008 or SQL Server 2012. How do you compare a Datetime in SQL Server? A SQL Datetime stores both Date and Time. So when you are filtering using the SQL Where clause, you have to know if you Datetime is storing the time also. Let's take a look at the employee table in SQL Training Online Simple DB The column we are looking at is the hire date. I want to go after the person who was hired on February, 22 2005. So, I use the following SQL. select * from employee where hire_date='02/22/2005' Now, this works because we don't have any times stored in this column. But, if I change the record from 2005-02-22 00:00:00.000 to 2005-02-22 08:22:25.000 and rerun the query, you see that I don't get any results. That is because the value of 02/22/2005 is really 2005-02-22 00:00:00.000 and I just changed the hire_date to include a time other than 00:00:00.000. So, I have to tweak my query to use a greater than and less than sign. This works. But, to really understand what is going on, let me show you what SQL Server really sees. There are other ways, and in this StackOverflow article you can read more about these other ways. But, I want to point out a few. If you are working in SQL Server 2005 or earlier, the following is supposed to be the fastest performing way to do this. select datediff(dd,0, hire_date),* from employee where dateadd(dd,0, datediff(dd,0, hire_date)) = '2005-02-22' But, if you are working in SQL Server 2008 or SQL Server 2012, they have introduced an actual Date datatype that doesn't include the Time portion. Since this is the case, you can use the CAST function to remove the time from the Datetime. Here is the SQL to do that. select * from employee where CAST(hire_date AS Date) = '2005-02-22' And that's it. If you enjoy the video, please give it a like, comment, or subscribe to my channel. You can visit me at any of the following: SQL Training Online: http://www.sqltrainingonline.com Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/sql_by_joey Google+: https://plus.google.com/#100925239624117719658/posts LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/joeyblue Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/sqltrainingonline
Views: 31413 Joey Blue
1 hp Ancient - Closest Base Race ever 70 Milliseconds before explosion
Dota 2 Closest Base Race ever 1 hp Ancient 70 millisecond before explosion. Subscribe http://bit.ly/noobfromua Music used: Trаnsformers - Arrivаl To Earth Inсeption - Time
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14.13 How to use CurrentTimeMillis of System Class to calculate execution time in Java Tutorial
currentTimeMillis() is used to get time in milliseconds which is between current time and midnight, January 1, 1970 UTC. The elapsed time will be the ending time minus the strating time. Check out our website: http://www.telusko.com Follow Telusko on Twitter: https://twitter.com/navinreddy20 Follow on Facebook: Telusko : https://www.facebook.com/teluskolearnings Navin Reddy : https://www.facebook.com/navintelusko Follow Navin Reddy on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/navinreddy20 Subscribe to our other channel: Navin Reddy : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxmkk8bMSOF-UBF43z-pdGQ?sub_confirmation=1 Telusko Hindi : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCitzw4ROeTVGRRLnCPws-cw?sub_confirmation=1 Subscribe to the channel and learn Programming in easy way. Java Tutorial for Beginners: https://goo.gl/p10QfB C Tutorial Playlist : https://goo.gl/8v92pu Android Tutorial for Beginners Playlist : https://goo.gl/MzlIUJ XML Tutorial : https://goo.gl/Eo79do Design Patterns in Java : https://goo.gl/Kd2MWE Socket Programming in Java : https://goo.gl/jlMEbg Spring MVC Tutorial : https://goo.gl/9ubbG2 OpenShift Tutorial for Beginners : https://goo.gl/s58BQH Spring Framework with Maven : https://goo.gl/MaEluO Sql Tutorial for Beginners : https://goo.gl/x3PrTg String Handling in Java : https://goo.gl/zUdPwa Array in Java : https://goo.gl/uXTaUy Java Servlet : https://goo.gl/R5nHp8 Exception Handling in Java : https://goo.gl/N4NbAW
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Customer Story: Celestica Sees Millisecond Response Time With Sisense Hunch
Celestica uses Sisense Hunch, our Data Cognition Engine, on terabytes of data to reduce query response time from 30-minutes to milliseconds. Learn more about Sisense Hunch: https://www.sisense.com/sisense-labs/hunch/
Views: 576 Sisense
Java Application Design Practices to Avoid When Dealing with Sub-100-Millisecond SLAs
The perception of the Java language as being slow is changing, and more and more customers are using Java for many latency-sensitive applications. Many applications are delivering sub-100-millisecond SLAs most of the time, but delivering them consistently for complex application has always been a challenge. For the last two years, this session's speakers have been working on a complex Java 7 enterprise benchmark that can be deployed across clusters and must scale well while maintaining a certain SLA. During this process, they have identified several design/coding practices that affect throughput/SLAs and have identified and evaluated several solutions that can help other users design/code applications delivering better and consistent throughput/SLAs.
ZGC: A Scalable Low-Latency Garbage Collector
Per Liden, Consulting Member of Technical Staff, Oracle The Z Garbage Collector (ZGC) is a new JDK garbage collector designed for low latency and high scalability. For an industry-standard latency-sensitive benchmark, it achieves throughput over 36% higher than the existing JDK collectors do while never exceeding a maximum pause time of 2 milliseconds. This session explains how ZGC achieves this performance and shows how to use it.
Views: 2463 Oracle Developers
Total seconds from hours, minutes and timestamp
Explaining how to get total seconds from timestamp if it is having hours and minutes.
Views: 115 Didzis Lauva
Java Interprocess Communication Challenges in Low-Latency Deployments
The latest SPEC Java middleware benchmark, SPECjbb2013, was architected to exercise interprocess communication and measure response time in the range of less than 10 milliseconds. SPECjbb2013 has been implemented with a wide range of configuration parameters so that various transports of communications and different amounts of data transfer can be simulated. The benchmark can be deployed in a large clustering mode as well as with a varying amount of interprocess communication. This session presents many interesting lessons learned, from which Java users and application architects can benefit. Authors: Anil Kumar Tatikonda undefined View more trainings by Anil Kumar Tatikonda at https://www.parleys.com/author/anil-kumar-tatikonda Daryl Maier No bio available View more trainings by Daryl Maier at https://www.parleys.com/author/daryl-maier Find more related tutorials at https://www.parleys.com/category/developer-training-tutorials
Views: 1420 Oracle Developers
java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: com.mysql.jdbc.Driver
How to resolve java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: com.mysql.jdbc.Driver error? In this video tutorial I have explained you the reason of the java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: com.mysql.jdbc.Driver error and also explained you how to resolve the error? The error java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: com.mysql.jdbc.Driver comes in a Java application when there is no MySQL JDBC driver present in the application. View the complete details of the tutorial at http://www.roseindia.net/jdbc/javalang-ClassNotFoundException-com-mysql-jdbc-Driver.shtml
Views: 100984 Deepak Kumar
VKS - Call of Duty Ghosts Weapon Guide
Twitter: http://twitter.com/xboxahoy Reddit: http://www.reddit.com/r/xboxahoy Facebook: http://facebook.com/XboxAhoy In this episode: the VKS - a Russian sniper rifle with integral suppressor, chambered for a large-calibre subsonic round. The VKS's damage is high, capable of killing with a single shot to the head, neck, or torso. This damage profile is identical to the USR, although the VKS lacks the option to enhance damage with the chrome barrel attachment. Unlike the other sniper rifles, this damage is not preserved over the longest sightlines: at such ranges you may need two shots to kill, although a single headshot will always prove sufficient. Your rate of fire is limited to 400 rounds per minute - quite a generous rate for a sniper - but of course, you should seek to moderate your output depending on your target. Hipfire performance is as poor as any other sniper rifle, best saved for the direst of emergencies - a backup pistol will prove far more reliable than hoping to land a lucky shot. Recoil is mild by sniper standards, although enough to disturb your aim off a mid-to-long range target: good fire control is necessary to reliably land follow-up shots. Aim time is very slow, at 450 milliseconds - and you'll move slower than most, at 85 percent of the base movement speed. Magazine capacity is the greatest within the sniper rifle category, at 10 rounds - and should prove sufficient for most circumstances as long as you're careful on the trigger. In any case, reloads aren't too painful, at 3.43 seconds. Building a class for the VKS is relatively straightforward: as the weapon is silenced by default, it makes sense to fully embrace a stealth sniper role, augmenting the weapon's intrinsic performance with a set of perks designed to conceal your position. Your attachments are a more open choice: Extended Mags is probably the most useful option on offer, with its 50 percent enhancement to capacity granting more sustained defense without pausing to reload. It can also pay to equip an optic of your choice - and the thermal scope is a useful option for maps with poor visibility, as it will highlight enemies bright white. Pair it with a smoke grenade for the ultimate in concealment: you'll retain a view of your enemy but remain entirely hidden from their counterattack. For your perks, anything from the stealth category will work to help conceal your firing location - but perhaps most important is Off The Grid, which will prevent you from appearing on enemy SatCom sweeps. If your position is compromised you'll have enemies making a beeline directly for you, and will likely end up in a gunfight that won't be on your terms. By staying off radar you can exploit a position for longer, and with luck you can repel large numbers of unaware enemies before more direct reprisal. Incog is another option that can assist on the stealth front: you'll be invisible to enemy thermal scopes, which can prove useful should you use a smoke grenade to escape. If you're lying prone in a position off the beaten track, an unwary foe might wander right past you without ever knowing you were there. Blind Eye is another useful choice if your enemy is making use of the Oracle killstreak - without this perk your position will be highlighted through walls in bright orange momentarily. Finally, make sure you pack a secondary handgun: in cases where you are rumbled it pays to have a decent backup to use in close quarters. It's worth attaching the suppressor to that choice, too - while you do lose some effective range it's often wise to not reveal a hidden firing location while despatching the unfortunate soul that stumbled upon you. The VKS is a powerful weapon purpose-built for a stealth sniper role. Few weapons can kill an opponent in a single shot, and even fewer are capable of doing so while remaining hidden. The other options in the sniper class can be suppressed, but the VKS's integrated suppressor comes without cost - and you benefit from both lower recoil and semi-automatic fire. Although you do experience damage drop at range, no other sniper rifle is better equipped to land a second shot on target. Unfortunately, the VKS is also the sniper rifle most likely to need a follow up shot - and the one-shot ability of the snipers is really their key advantage. The damage drop means you will be more effective at a slightly closer range, but the slower handling and aim time means this can be risky - choosing a good position is essential, and remaining undetected a must. Still, a player capable of adapting to a stealth role can be very frustrating indeed for the opposing team: a well-hidden thorn in their side will quickly earn their ire. This weapon's stunning silent peformance will leave your opposition... ...as quiet as the grave.
Views: 207371 Ahoy
SQL Server Format DateTime with DATEPART
Select Convert(varchar(10),Birthday, 101), DATEPART(year, Birthday) as _Year, DATEPART(month, Birthday) as _month, DATEPART(day, Birthday) as _day, Cast(DATEPART(day, Birthday) as varchar(10)) +'-'+ Cast(DATEPART(year, Birthday) as Varchar(10)) From Contacts where TenantId = '62FA647C-AD54-4BCC-A860-E5A2664B019A' and Birthday is not null --year, yyyy, yy = Year --quarter, qq, q = Quarter --month, mm, m = month --dayofyear = Day of the year --day, dy, y = Day --week, ww, wk = Week --weekday, dw, w = Weekday --hour, hh = hour --minute, mi, n = Minute --second, ss, s = Second --millisecond, ms = Millisecond
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Tech News Today 507: Gone In 200 Milliseconds
Windows boots too quickly now, Google gets off cheap in Oracle case, Siri is now an outlaw, and more. Hosts: Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Iyaz Akhtar and Jason Howell Guest: Mark Turpin Download or subscribe to this show at twit.tv/tnt. Submit and vote on story coverage at technewstoday.reddit.com. We invite you to read, add to, and amend our show notes at wiki.twit.tv. Thanks to Cachefly for the bandwidth for this show. Running time: 42:18
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Dota 2 ORACLE Pro 6.86 Debut Alliance MVP WCA Commentary https://twitter.com/TobiWanDOTA and https://twitter.com/dotacapitalist Subscribe http://bit.ly/noobfromua
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How to convert date to UTC format in Java?
In this video tutorial you will learn How to convert date to UTC format in Java? Check the source code at http://www.roseindia.net/answers/viewqa/Java-Beginners/32324-How-to-convert-date-to-UTC-format-in-Java-.html Check more tutorials at: http://www.roseindia.net/ http://www.roseindia.net/java/ http://www.roseindia.net/hibernate/ http://www.roseindia.net/struts/ http://www.roseindia.net/spring/ http://www.roseindia.net/ajax/ http://www.roseindia.net/jsp/
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Java NetBeans Tutorial:  Connecting to a MySQL Database with Java, JDBC and NetBeans
Download Java Source Code: http://www.luv2code.com/?p=992 In this video you will learn how to connect to MySQL with Java and NetBeans. Please subscribe to this channel :-) - https://www.youtube.com/user/luv2codetv?sub_confirmation=1 Video Transcript Time - 00:00 Hi, this is Chad (shod) with luv2code.com. In this video, you will learn how to connect to MySQL with Java and NetBeans. Time - 00:10 Let's go over the development process. The first thing we'll do is review the database tables, then we'll download and add MySQL database driver to NetBeans, then we'll actually create the Java code. Time - 00:25 Let's look at our database and see what data we have. We'll move to the MySQL workbench tool. See that we have a table called Employees and then we'll do a select star from that table and we'll see that we have three employees currently in our database. Time - 00:46 Now I'll create a simple NetBeans project. I'll go to the File menu, I'll select new Project. Make sure the Java application is selected and click next. For the project name, I'll give it jdbcdemo, I'll click Finish. Now what I'll do is I'll add a new Java Class. I'll select the project, I'll right click, I'll select New Java Class. For the name of the class I'll enter demo and hit finish. Now I have a basic Java Class ready to go. Time - 01:26 I will show you how to download the MySQL database driver and add it to your NetBeans project. First thing we have to do is visit the MySQL website at dev.mysql.com. On this page, we'll choose the dropdown and we'll select the platform independent. We'll choose the second entry here, the ZIP Archive and we'll click the download button. On the next page right near the bottom, we'll say no thanks, just start my download. Then we'll save it to our local system. Time - 02:07 Now let's move over to our Finder window on our file system and find the actual file that we just downloaded and I want to uncompressed it because right now it's a ZIP. I'll double click it, this will expand it or extract it. I'll look at it through list view. Now I have this new directory with the artifacts and there's a MySQL connector Java bin.jar, that's the actual JDBC driver that we'll use. Time - 02:35 Now we need to copy this file to the NetBeans project directory. I'll right click, I'll select copy then I'll switch over to NetBeans, I'll click the files tab and I'll select my project and I'll right click and I'll say paste. Even though the file is copied over, we still need to tell NetBeans that this a JAR library that we'll use on our project. What I'll do know is I'll click on the projects tab, I'll go to libraries and I'll choose add library and now I'll navigate to that NetBeans project directory where I actually have the file stored. Jbdcdemo and MySQL connector Java bin and I'll select choose. Then I'll expand this library's folder and we'll see that now this MySQL Java driver is part of this NetBeans project. Time - 03:37 Now let's start with the coding. The first thing I need to do is import Java to SQL package and then I'll drop in code for this main map it and then I'll walk through the code and show you how it works. This is our main map it, the main routine for the application. Then we have variables for the connection statement and result set. We also have the user id and password that we'll use. Time - 04:03 Then the first step is getting a connection to a database. We'll use the URL, the user id and the password. Then we go through and we create a statement object. Then we use this statement object to execute SQL query, select star from employees, then we'll process the result set and we'll simply print out the last name of the employee along with the first name. We have our accession handler and then we also clean up our resources at the end once we're done. Time - 04:42 Then to actually run the application, we will right click, select run file and at the bottom we have our output. We have our three employees that were listed in the database and our Java program was able to access it successfully. Great. Time - 04:59 Okay so this wraps up our video. You learned how to use NetBeans to connect to a MySQL database. Please subscribe to our channel to view more videos on Java, click thumbs up to like our video. Also visit our website luv2code.com to download the Java source code used in this video.
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Fix "Error 1053: The Service Did Not Respond To The Start Or Control Request"
This video will show you how to fix the "Error 1053: The service did not respond to the start or control request in a timely fashion" error message when you started, pause or stop a managed Windows service. The Microsoft Windows Service Control Manager controls the state (i.e., stopped, started, paused, etc.) of all installed Windows services. By default, the Service Control Manager will wait 30,000 milliseconds (30 seconds) for a service to respond. However, certain configurations, technical restrictions, or performance issues may result in the service taking longer than 30 seconds to start and report ready to the Service Control Manager. By creating or editing the ServicesPipeTimeout DWORD value, the Service Control Manager timeout period can be overridden, hence giving the service more time to start up and report ready for the Service. So if you receive an "Error 1053: The service did not respond to the start or control request in a timely fashion" error message, this post is useful for you. Applies to: https://windows10freeapps.com/error-1053-the-service-did-not-respond-to-the-start-or-control-request-in-a-timely-fashion/
Views: 55499 Windows 10 Fix
The Z Garbage Collector by Erik Österlund
Subscribe to Devoxx on YouTube @ https://bit.ly/devoxx-youtube Like Devoxx on Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/devoxxcom Follow Devoxx on Twitter @ https://twitter.com/devoxx The Z Garbage Collector (ZGC) is a new JDK garbage collector designed for low latency and high scalability. For an industry-standard latency-sensitive benchmark it achieves throughput over 36% higher than the existing JDK collectors while never exceeding a maximum pause time of two milliseconds. In this session we’ll explain how ZGC achieves this performance, and show how to use it. Erik Österlund From Oracle Erik is a member of the HotSpot Garbage Collection team at Oracle who has been working on HotSpot for over five years. He is an OpenJDK Reviewer, and a contributor to the ZGC project.
Views: 2669 Devoxx
Oracle Logon Optimization - Packet Case Study Analysis
Oracle database logon takes an extended amount of time. Development can choose to logon once and execute dozens, hundreds or thousands of SQL Queries. Or they can choose to logon explicitly for each and every SQL query. If they choose the later each query may approach 100 milliseconds or more extending Web performance latency forcing users to wait many seconds or even minutes. Listen to Executive NetAnalyst Bill Alderson as he explains and visualizes the analysis and subsequent ROI analysis to determine if you should change your application to logon once for each or multiple persistent connection queries.
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Delivering Performance and Reliability at the World's Leading Futures Exchange
Between 2007 and 2011, order volume at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange has grown more than tenfold, from 1 to 11 billion monthly orders and quotes. During that same period, the average response time improved from 35 milliseconds down to less than 5 milliseconds. In this session, you will hear how Java technology enabled the exchange to achieve this growth. The discussion covers the strategy used to design, test, and deploy a high-availability, fault-tolerant application with a constant emphasis on performance. Copyright © 2013 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle® is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the "Materials"). The Materials are provided "as is" without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
Cisco CCNA Packet Tracer Ultimate labs: NTP & syslog: Answers Part 2
Packet Tracer file (PT Version 7.1): https://bit.ly/2vKLIMQ Get the Packet Tracer course for only $10 by clicking here: https://goo.gl/vikgKN Get my ICND1 and ICND2 courses for $10 here: https://goo.gl/XR1xm9 (you will get ICND2 as a free bonus when you buy the ICND1 course). For lots more content, visit http://www.davidbombal.com - learn about GNS3, CCNA, Packet Tracer, Python, Ansible and much, much more. #CCNA #PacketTracer #CCENT Syslog: In computing, syslog is a standard for message logging. It allows separation of the software that generates messages, the system that stores them, and the software that reports and analyzes them. Each message is labeled with a facility code, indicating the software type generating the message, and assigned a severity label. Computer system designers may use syslog for system management and security auditing as well as general informational, analysis, and debugging messages. A wide variety of devices, such as printers, routers, and message receivers across many platforms use the syslog standard. This permits the consolidation of logging data from different types of systems in a central repository. Implementations of syslog exist for many operating systems. NTP: Network Time Protocol (NTP) is a networking protocol for clock synchronization between computer systems over packet-switched, variable-latency data networks. In operation since before 1985, NTP is one of the oldest Internet protocols in current use. NTP was designed by David L. Mills of the University of Delaware. NTP is intended to synchronize all participating computers to within a few milliseconds of Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). It uses the intersection algorithm, a modified version of Marzullo's algorithm, to select accurate time servers and is designed to mitigate the effects of variable network latency. NTP can usually maintain time to within tens of milliseconds over the public Internet, and can achieve better than one millisecond accuracy in local area networks under ideal conditions. Asymmetric routes and network congestion can cause errors of 100 ms or more. The protocol is usually described in terms of a client-server model, but can as easily be used in peer-to-peer relationships where both peers consider the other to be a potential time source. Implementations send and receive timestamps using the User Datagram Protocol (UDP) on port number 123.[4][5] They can also use broadcasting or multicasting, where clients passively listen to time updates after an initial round-trip calibrating exchange. NTP supplies a warning of any impending leap second adjustment, but no information about local time zones or daylight saving time is transmitted. The current protocol is version 4 (NTPv4), which is a proposed standard as documented in RFC 5905. It is backward compatible with version 3, specified in RFC 1305 Transcription: The first thing I need to do is configure the NTP server. So on the NTP server, go to NTP and I’ll enable the NTP service. I’m not going enable authentication at this point. I can then specify the date and time. This is okay for this lab. The clock on the local PC is the 12th of April 2018; time is 4:38 am. We’re told to check the time on the router and the switch first. At the moment show clock shows us that the router thinks it’s in 1993. The switch thinks it’s also 1993. So the time is wrong on both these devices. Before we configure NTP, let’s send timestamp messages to the syslog server. So at the moment, the syslog server is not showing timestamps on syslog messages. So on the router, I’m going to type service timestamps log messages date and time and milliseconds Notice the difference now when I type end we can see the date and time on the syslog message. But it’s the wrong date and time. So that doesn’t really help us with troubleshooting. We want to know when something took place. So we want date and time as well as milliseconds. But again, the switch as showing the wrong date and time. So we need to fix that, so, on the router ntp server We need to specify the IP address of the NTP server; NTP server has this IP address So specify IP address of NTP server. When I type end now and press Enter. Notice the correct date and time is displayed on the syslog message. It’s the 12th of April 2018, the time is 4:42 am. So that’s good. Configure the switch, so ntp server type end Notice the correct date and time is displayed. We’re getting messages from both the router and the switch. We’re told to verify the date and time on the router and the switch. So on the router show clock shows the correct date and time.
Views: 1613 David Bombal
Real-World Performance - 2 - Bad Performance with Logons
Check out the entire series on the Oracle Learning Library at http://www.oracle.com/goto/oll/rwp In this video, listen and watch Andrew Holdsworth, Vice President of Oracle Database Real-World Performance at Oracle Corporation, as he demonstrates how connections and application logons contribute to transaction throughput and simulates the mistakes of a poor configuration creating sub-optimal performance. Copyright © 2014 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle® is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the "Materials"). The Materials are provided "as is" without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
C# Tutorial 23: How to use DateTimePicker and save date in Database
Visual C# .NET Controls The Date Time Picker - Date Picker C# - How do I set my datetimepicker date? visual C# - DateTimePicker date to string C# How to compare the time of a DateTimePicker control and the How do I get value from Date time picker and Month calendar C# How to pass values to a dateTimePicker control‎ C# How to change DateTimePicker control to 24h time format ? Getting started with the DateTimePicker Visual Studio 2012 RC - Age calculation from Converting date time picker value into t_time type date time picker‎ - 7 posts DateTimePicker - Visual C# assign SYSTEMTIME to DateTimePicker Control‎ C#
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Steve Zivanic | VMworld 2014
Steve Zivanic, Oracle, at VMworld 2014 with John Furrier and Dave Vellante @theCUBE #vmworld2014 For years, customers have reported that Oracle resisted embracing VMware, preferring to offer clients Oracle Virtual Machine (OVM) instead. Realizing that a large portion of its customers run VMware, Oracle has seemingly broadened its strategy to be more inclusive and is targeting VMware installations. At this year’s VMworld, Oracle Corporation claimed its ZFS Storage ZS3 Series was the only storage in-memory centric architecture on the floor. According to Oracle, its system stumps NetApp, Inc.’s FAS6000, which boots 1,000 virtual machines (VMs) in under 20 minutes. According to Oracle, its ZS3 Series has the capability to boot directly out of memory 16,000 VMs in under seven minutes and 20,000 VMs in under 10 minutes, both at a list price of under $200,000. According to Oracle VP of Storage Business Group Steve Zivanic in an interview for theCUBE at VMworld, this is just one of multiple metrics in which Oracle’s ZFS Storage ZS3 Series outperforms NetApp’s FAS6000. Zivanic shared that three years ago, Oracle was one of NetApp’s largest customers worldwide. Oracle claims it achieved about 250 VMs per NetApp FAS6000, at which point the CPU would be pegged at 100 percent and another filer would have to be bought and the process would repeat. Oracle told theCUBE that when it shifted from NetApp to the prior generation ZFS Storage Appliance, it achieved a nine to one VM consolidation ratio. Oracle claims it was able to achieve 2,300 VMS per individual system, while only at a 33% CPU utilization rate. It also went from 11 NetApp filers and 500TB per storage admin to 38 ZFS appliances and 5PB per storage admin, in one department according to Zivanic. Additionally, Oracle claims it saved 80% in space and 74% in power. Zivanic also pointed out that after it removed NetApp from its internal environments, it has since grown its ZFS deployment to north of 200 Petabytes, powering Oracle Managed Cloud Services, IT production environments and application development across private and public clouds. “ZFS Storage Appliance is the data backbone of Oracle worldwide,” said Zivanic. Zivanic also pointed out that Oracle databases time out when trying to write to storage every 200 milliseconds. Zivanic pointed out that if you collect analytics data every 30 seconds there are 150 200 millisecond windows for your database to time out before a customer would have any data to trouble shoot. Zivanic said that Oracle’s Dtrace Analytics software, part of its ZFS Storage Appliance, is ideal for VMware environments as it scans for data every 1 second and is integrated with Vsphere, enabling companies to drill down to the VMDK level, the NIC level or the file level at speeds that can keep pace with Oracle Database. According to Zivanic, NetApp has an analytical tool that scans for data every five minutes, while Oracle’s closest competitor has one that takes scans every 30 seconds. “That means in a 30-second window, you’ve got 150 opportunities for timing out when you haven’t achieved and obtained any shred of data,” said Zivanic. Zivanic pointed out that performance wise, both Oracle and NetApp published benchmark data that when compared, suggest the ZS3 storage achieved a world record SPECsfs2008_NFS 700 microsecond application overall response time at a list price of about $500,000. In contrast, the NetApp FAS6000 delivered a 1.54 millisecond application response time at list price of close to $2 million. Zivanic pointed out that with NetApp, customers would have to pay four times more to get performance that’s twice as slow.
Views: 1007 SiliconANGLE theCUBE
How to convert Hibernate.TIMESTAMP or DateTilme to Date (java.util.Date format)?
This tutorial shows how to convert Hibernate.TIMESTAMP or datetime to date (java.util.Date format)?
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Building a Scalable News Feed/Inbox System with MongoDB and Java
Many user-facing applications present some kind of news feed/inbox system. You can think of Facebook, Twitter, or Gmail as different types of inboxes where the user can see data of interest, sorted by time, popularity, or other parameter. A scalable inbox is a difficult problem to solve: for millions of users, varied data from many sources must be sorted and presented within milliseconds. Different strategies can be used: scatter-gather, fan-out writes, and so on. This session presents an actual application developed by 10gen in Java, using MongoDB. This application is open source and is intended to show the reference implementation of several strategies to tackle this common challenge. The presentation also introduces many MongoDB concepts. Author: antoine girbal Antoine works on MongoDB core apps and the Java driver. He previously spent many years in the CDN industry, at Panther CDN then CDNetworks, designing and developing one of the largest and fastest Content Delivery and Application Acceleration Network. Prior work include the development of a new network protocol in Linux kernel to multiplex several interfaces, used in wireless devices. Antoine received a MS degree in Computer Science from Stevens Institute (Hoboken), and a BS in Computer Science from Epita (Paris France). View more trainings by antoine girbal at https://www.parleys.com/author/antoine-girbal Find more related tutorials at https://www.parleys.com/category/developer-training-tutorials
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Bestmed Cuts Customer Pharmacy Wait Times 100x by Using ODA
Bestmed describes how Oracle Database Appliance makes them more competitive by switching from two seconds to two milliseconds.
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AWS re:Invent 2018: Verizon is Accelerating Cloud Adoption w/ AWS Service Catalog Connector(SEC318)
Many enterprises want to drive faster cloud adoption and time to market (TTM) by allowing their developers, who have various skill sets, to onboard onto AWS quickly using self-service. However, enabling security, governance, and compliance while not compromising user experience can be a challenge. In this session, Verizon demonstrates how they use the AWS Service Catalog Connector for ServiceNow to create a robust self-service computing environment while meeting Verizon’s governance and security controls and achieving their goal of migrating 30% of their applications onto AWS in a short timeframe. Complete Title: AWS re:Invent 2018: How Verizon is Accelerating Cloud Adoption & Migration with the AWS Service Catalog Connector for ServiceNow (SEC318)
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Website monitoring: charts
How to use website monitoring application, which is free open-source tool: http://sitemonitoring.sourceforge.net/ Source code: https://github.com/jirkapinkas/sitemonitoring-production Charts are very useful and provide important informations about your checks. When you create a new check, there are two important settings regarding charts. Interval between check executions and how long the results will be stored in database. Now let's see some chart with some historic data. On the X axis is time period, which can be changed using this button "change period". On the Y axis is response time in milliseconds. If there's an error on the web page, response time is zero. Error message is in errors table. You can move the time period using buttons "less" and "more". "now" button will show you latest results. Based on the interval between checks, you must set the appropriate time period. Selected value will be stored to datatabase.
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Real-World Performance - 13 - Large Dynamic Connection Pools - Part 1
Check out the entire series on the Oracle Learning Library at http://www.oracle.com/goto/oll/rwp In this video, listen and watch Andrew Holdsworth, Vice President of Oracle Database Real-World Performance at Oracle Corporation, as he demonstrates how large dynamic connection pools affect performance. Copyright © 2014 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle® is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the "Materials"). The Materials are provided "as is" without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
Beauty in Code 2018, 1 of 7 — James Bach: "Beauty or Bugs: Using the Blink Oracle in Testing"
Beauty in Code 2018 was a single-track full day IT-conference held at the Malmö Live conference center on March 3, 2018, featuring seven different speakers from three continents. James Bach about his session "Beauty or Bugs: Using the Blink Oracle in Testing": Here's how the blink technique works: 1. Blast a firehose of data at your senses. 2. Notice things in it that are ugly, weird, or that in any other way seem worthy of investigation. (This process takes time. Give yourself at least 20 milliseconds to make a judgment.) In this presentation I will show some examples of blinking and how I use tools to create visualizations that support the process. The art of blinking is in designing the right kinds of complex displays that make interesting problems stand out.
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30 Billion Requests a Day: Real-Time Apps on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
In this session learn how Oracle Data Cloud's real-time and big data engineering platforms were recently lifted and shifted to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. The real-time platform manages ~30 billion requests per day (~350K requests/sec) at an average latency of ~50 milliseconds. The big data platform manages ~15 petabytes of volume. Hear how Oracle Cloud Infrastructure's flexible offerings for “machine” types (from small VMs to very large bare metal), excellent networking infrastructure of minimum 10G, network services such as Load Balancer and DNS, and redundant data center locations enabled the Oracle Data Cloud team to seamlessly migrate and operate one of the largest data platforms in the ad-tech industry.
Optiva Lessons Learned: Replacing Oracle with Cloud Spanner (Cloud Next '18)
Learn how telecom billing software provider Optiva is moving major telecom provider billing systems to Cloud Spanner to achieve better scale and cost efficiency. Event schedule → http://g.co/next18 Watch more Infrastructure & Operations sessions here → http://bit.ly/2uEykpQ Next ‘18 All Sessions playlist → http://bit.ly/Allsessions Subscribe to the Google Cloud channel! → http://bit.ly/NextSub
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JDBC Batch Transactions - High Performance Java Persistence
In this episode I explain the importance of JDBC batch inserts / updates and show you how to use Java JDBC batch transactions with Preparedstatement. It has been measured that using batch transactions can provide up to a 500% performance gain depending on the database and driver. (See java-persistence-performance link at bottom). This can be critical developing low latency services and reducing precious milliseconds. If you enjoyed the video don't forget to subscribe! Till part 2! Philip Important snippet from jooq article: 10. Inserting lots of records one by one JDBC knows batching, and you should use it. Do not INSERT thousands of records one by one, re-creating a new PreparedStatement every time. If all of your records go to the same table, create a batch INSERT/UPDATE statement with a single SQL statement and multiple bind value sets. Depending on your database and database configuration, you may need to commit after a certain amount of inserted records, in order to keep the UNDO log slim. The Cure: Always batch-insert large sets of data. Java Jooq and JDBC batch transactions: https://www.jooq.org/doc/3.10/manual/sql-execution/batch-execution/ What you didnt know about JDBC batch: https://blog.jooq.org/2014/01/16/what-you-didnt-know-about-jdbc-batch/ Most efficient way to do batch inserts in jdbc: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/3784197/efficient-way-to-do-batch-inserts-with-jdbc 10 common mistakes java developers make when writing sql: https://blog.jooq.org/2013/07/30/10-common-mistakes-java-developers-make-when-writing-sql/ Java Batch performance, prepared statements: http://java-persistence-performance.blogspot.co.uk/2013/05/batch-writing-and-dynamic-vs.html Java PreparedStatement: https://docs.oracle.com/javase/8/docs/api/java/sql/PreparedStatement.html Java Add Batch: https://docs.oracle.com/javase/8/docs/api/java/sql/PreparedStatement.html#addBatch-- Java Execute Batch: https://docs.oracle.com/javase/8/docs/api/java/sql/Statement.html#executeBatch--
Views: 498 Philip Starritt
Oracle Tuning Tutorial - Long Full Table Scans Part 2 of 5
See all 5 tutorials, free, at SkillBuilders.com/OracleTuningFullTableScans Number Eight in the "Performance tuning Guide, Top Ten Mistakes Found in Oracle Systems" Long Full Table Scans is described as follows: "Long full table scans for high-volume or interactive online operations could indicate poor transaction design, missing indexes, or poor SQL optimization. Long table scans, by nature, are I/O intensive and unscalable." Actually, there are many cases where the full table scan is your friend. But whether they are good or bad for the performance of the SQL that invokes them, there may be implications (for better or for worse) for performance of other statements. This is particularly true in 11.2.x, where direct reads are possible for serial scans, and indirect reads are possible for parallel scans. Do you trust the optimizer? The change in behaviour in recent releases may need some investigation, and revisiting older code. As always with a SkillBuilders Tutorial, we shall illustrate the issues and solutions with live demonstrations using release 11g ( Audience: Operating System Administrators, Storage Administrators, Oracle Administrators and Management responsible for Storage and / or Oracle Databases.
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Real-World Performance - 14 - Large Dynamic Connection Pools - Part 2
Check out the entire series on the Oracle Learning Library at http://www.oracle.com/goto/oll/rwp In this video, listen and watch Andrew Holdsworth, Vice President of Oracle Database Real-World Performance at Oracle Corporation, as he explains how large dynamic connection pools affect performance. Copyright © 2014 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle® is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the "Materials"). The Materials are provided "as is" without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
This video will provide you the details of each Date and Time Data Types and Function in SQL Server 2014. Last session for date other date functions: Part I https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2x29rH6nY3s Part II https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A0NM91RIaLI *************************************************************************  DATEPART (Transact-SQL) Returns an integer that represents the specified datepart of the specified date.  Syntax DATEPART ( datepart , date )  Arguments datepart Is the part of date (a date or time value) for which an integer will be returned. The following table lists all valid datepart arguments. User-defined variable equivalents are not valid. date Is an expression that can be resolved to a time, date, smalldatetime, datetime, datetime2, or datetimeoffset value. date can be an expression, column expression, user-defined variable, or string literal. To avoid ambiguity, use four-digit years.  Return Type Int *************************************************************************  DATETIME2FROMPARTS (Transact-SQL) Returns a datetime2 value for the specified date and time and with the specified precision.  Syntax DATETIME2FROMPARTS ( year, month, day, hour, minute, seconds, fractions, precision )  Arguments year Integer expression specifying a year. month Integer expression specifying a month. Softtechforum day Integer expression specifying a day. hour Integer expression specifying hours. minute Integer expression specifying minutes. seconds Integer expression specifying seconds. fractions Integer expression specifying fractions. precision Integer literal specifying the precision of the datetime2 value to be returned.  Return Types datetime2( precision )  Examples • Example without fractions of a second SELECT DATETIME2FROMPARTS ( 2016, 12, 31, 23, 59, 59, 0, 0 ) AS Result; • Example with fractions of a second The following example demonstrates the use of the fractions and precision parameters: 1. When fractions has a value of 5 and precision has a value of 1, then the value of fractions represents 5/10 of a second. 2. When fractions has a value of 50 and precision has a value of 2, then the value of fractions represents 50/100 of a second. 3. When fractions has a value of 500 and precision has a value of 3, then the value of fractions represents 500/1000 of a second. Transact-SQL SELECT DATETIME2FROMPARTS (2016, 8, 15, 14, 23, 44, 5, 1 ); SELECT DATETIME2FROMPARTS (2016, 8, 15, 14, 23, 44, 50, 2 ); SELECT DATETIME2FROMPARTS (2016, 8, 15, 14, 23, 44, 500, 3 ); *************************************************************************  DATETIMEFROMPARTS (Transact-SQL) Returns a datetime value for the specified date and time.  Syntax DATETIMEFROMPARTS ( year, month, day, hour, minute, seconds, milliseconds )  Arguments year Integer expression specifying a year. month Integer expression specifying a month. day Integer expression specifying a day. hour Integer expression specifying hours. minute Integer expression specifying minutes. seconds Integer expression specifying seconds. milliseconds Integer expression specifying milliseconds.  Return Types datetime  Examples SELECT DATETIMEFROMPARTS ( 2016, 12, 31, 23, 59, 59, 0 ) AS Result; *************************************************************************  DAY/YEAR/MONTH (Transact-SQL) Returns an integer representing the day (day of the month)/year/month of the specified date.  Syntax DAY ( date ) / YEAR ( date ) / MONTH ( date )  Arguments date Is an expression that can be resolved to a time, date, smalldatetime, datetime, datetime2, or datetimeoffset value. The date argument can be an expression, column expression, user-defined variable or string literal.  Return Type Int  Return Value DAY returns the same value as DATEPART (day, date). Same with DATEPART(month,date) and DATEPART(year,date) If date contains only a time part, the return value is 1, the base day. *************************************************************************  EOMONTH (Transact-SQL) Returns the last day of the month that contains the specified date, with an optional offset.  Syntax EOMONTH ( start_date [, month_to_add ] )  Arguments start_date Date expression specifying the date for which to return the last day of the month. month_to_add Optional integer expression specifying the number of months to add to start_date. If this argument is specified, then EOMONTH adds the specified number of months to start_date, and then returns the last day of the month for the resulting date. If this addition overflows the valid range of dates, then an error is raised.  Return Type date
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DTrace Latency Visualization in gnuplot
An example of realtime latency graphs using DTrace and gnuplot. Scripts here https://github.com/bahamas10/realtime-dtrace-visualization The graph on the left shows read system call latency, and the graph on the right shows write system call latency (syscall::read*:entry and syscall::write*:entry respectively). The bottom portion is a modified oneliner to show files opened by a process (excluding gnuplot) taken from Brendan Gregg's DTrace oneliners (http://www.brendangregg.com/DTrace/dtrace_oneliners.txt). These scripts are run on Mac OSX 10.6. At 0:45, I induced latency by reading /usr/share/dict/words and writing the contents out to the screen in a 1 second loop. This becomes visible in large spikes on the graph showing write latency, but the read latency graph is almost unaffected. The X-axis on both graphs show time (ticking every second) in the form of MM:SS. The Y-axis represents the time in milliseconds, and each point is a 1 second average aggregation of the latency. Because of the nature of gnuplot in this experiment, the Y-axis adapts to the visible metrics, so when the latency is induced, the Y-axis grows from ~.005ms to ~2ms.
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Countdown to AWS re:Invent 2018 - 20 days
Join Jeff Barr on his road to re:Invent 2018. Get an inside look on his blogging process and learn about his meticulous production methods for the AWS News Blog. Learn more and register at - https://amzn.to/2SRKQ0z.
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Webinar | Migration Best Practices From RDBMS to Cassandra without a Hitch
Libon is a messaging service designed to improve mobile communications through free calls, chat and a voicemail services regardless of operator or Internet access provider. As a mobile communications application, Libon processes billions of messages and calls while backing up billions of contact data. Join this webinar to learn best practices and pitfalls to avoid when tackling a migration project from Relational Database (RDBMS) to Cassandra and how Libon is now able to ingest massive volumes of high velocity data with read and write latency below 10 milliseconds.
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ClearVoice Migrates from MySQL to CrateDB
Jeff Nappi discovered CrateDB in Hacker News and decided to benchmark its performance against his existing MySQL setup. Aggregate querying went from 20 minutes to milliseconds after migrating to CrateDB. Case Study: https://crate.io/use-cases/clearvoice-simplifies-their-scalable-backend-with-crateio/
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