[Solved] SQL Database Algorithm

Even though this question is Way too broad, and actually not asking anything, i’ll give it a few minutes of attention. 1) You backup the current state and work on a Sandbox! 2) if your only need is few reports, i guess you can generate them query the different databases independently and maybe post processing … Read more

[Solved] MySQL Query to Oracle SQL [closed]

All you need to do is remove the < and > characters: SELECT r1.rnr, r1.anaam FROM regisseur r1, regisseur r2 WHERE r2.anaam = ‘input last name director’ AND r1.gdatum < r2.gbdatum Here’s a working demo on SQLFiddle. Presuming you don’t have a good reason to SELECT from regisseur twice, this can be further condensed down … Read more

[Solved] How to reduce time of the parsing and inserting into database when there is bulky data on web in android? [closed]

If you really want to parse and store into the database so better way is to load in some range like 0-50-100-150 or 0-100-200. So You can achieve this by using ListView with load Button. You can make it like it will load automatically while scrolling to position say 50 or 100 what ever its … Read more

[Solved] Turn void method into a boolean-java [closed]

First change the method signature to return a value: public static boolean checkUSPASS(String a,String b) Then return a value from within the method: return true; or: return false; Note that all code paths must return some value. So you have this in your try block: if (rs.next()) { return true; } else { return false; … Read more

[Solved] link for free data base contains all words in English? [closed]

Try using http://wordnet.princeton.edu/ WordNet® is a large lexical database of English. Nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs are grouped into sets of cognitive synonyms (synsets), each expressing a distinct concept. Synsets are interlinked by means of conceptual-semantic and lexical relations. http://wordnet.princeton.edu/wordnet/license/ solved link for free data base contains all words in English? [closed]