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SQL

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(Computer Science) structured query language: a computer programming language used for database management
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Now the Contains method in LINQ expressions can accept a subquery or a set of expressions as an argument.
Compiling statement and unsupported SubQuery Expression errors have been received during some TPC-H query execution.
Aggregation, subquery and ordering are not supported either (Khan, 2012).
The analogical problem construction activity was designed as part of an exam review and included five SQL terms/concepts; DISTINCT, LIKE, INNER JOIN, OUTER JOIN, and SubQuery.
The data node sends back the resulting data together with the identification of executed subquery using the unicast message.
Maybe a query needs to alter its syntax so that outer joins become a subquery in an effort to "fake out" the DBMS optimizer into selecting a better path, or using a table-expression.
The optional clause DO <LargeItemsetsSubquery> allows defining together with the describe clause, the subquery <LargeItemsetsSubquery> that computes the large itemsets with the association primitives.
Better Query Execution Times and Diagnostics provided through an enhanced MySQL Optimizer that includes: Subquery Optimizations: simplify query development by optimizing subqueries prior to execution.
Part II focuses on performance, with material on graphical query plans, indexes, and subquery optimization.
schedule) in which the results of the subqueries are joined at the client depends on the speed in which the servers produce subquery results and the selectivity and cost of the joins which need to be carried out to combine the subquery results.
Similarly, the third query evaluates the query and the subquery, on each state of the database, thereby performing a variant of temporal difference.
Intuitively, one might expect that a lack of evidence in favor of a subquery, in the form of a zero term count, should correspond to the same default belief value, independent of whether or not an operator is involved, and when an operator is specified, independent of which operator it is.