Ummm, what version of GreenPlum am I running? (Which is the same as asking: What version of Postgres am I running?) There are a few easy ways to figure this out but I’ll stick with the SQL since that’s the most universal:
For some reason no one has ever trusted me enough to let me help administer the active directory groups. This means I’m always adding database perms to groups somewhat blindly, hoping the group names are intuitive enough that I can deduce who’s in them. Enter the magic of the command line! TUrns out you can view the members of an AD group with a quick trip to the command prompt. Witness: (more…)
~ Etiquette; Or, A Guide To The Usages of Society, by Count Alfred D’Orsay, 1843
And science supports this!(via currentsinbiology)
I admit, this post is primarily to provide a place for me to copy and paste my own code, but it’s so sweet I figured some of you other SQL Server Data Tool Users might find it handy.
When troubleshooting the generated deployment scripts I’ve always added a PRINT statement to indicate the beginning and ending of the pre and post deploy section. But, a post by SSDT kingpin Jamie Thompsonmade my…
BREAKING NEWS: more shark attacks during shark week because they all think we’re saying ‘shark weak’ and it upsets them