Welcome to the SQL forum
Warmest welcome to the SQL forum!
By no mean is this a MySQL forum only, so feel free to ask any questions about any flavour of databases!
Also, don't post questions where databases are only slightly involved and the actual problem is about the server-side language that interacts with the dB.
This forum is more for questions about the actual query language, meaning, queries, structure, syntax, etc..
(Admins feel free to delete this post if you feel like you should be the first ones to post )
Nope, that's ok. You did fine
I can help out with most MySQL questions. Can't say as much for any other db language though. I'm a PHP/MySQL dude.
meh, i've done MySQL, Oracle and PostgreSQL.
i've been told I know Access/MS SQL Server as a result as well.
Mwah-ha-ha-ha-ha! They have foolishly granted me moderator powers over this forum. Bow before my awsome might!
Psssst! Jick, stand up. You're one of us, remember?
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How to Ask Questions the Smart Way
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congrats for your new territory, both
Whoops, forgot who I was for a second...
Originally Posted by NogDog
Anyway, yes, Muahahaha indeed...
Where's my candy?
Originally Posted by Jick
EVERYWHERE is my terrority <laugh type="evil"/>.
Yeah, I'll probably be around here, as well. The new MySQL 5 has caught my attention and so I've been doing a lot more database development lately. Though, honestly, I only really know MySQL and ANSI-SQL. For what it's worth.
If anyone has the real and all powerful MSSQL questions I'm sure i'll be around here to answer them! Anything to do with stored procs, query's, sql commands and installs of sql 2000 or sql 2005 i'll be glad to help!
Some things Man was never meant to know. For everything else, there's Google.
Idea: Perhaps the first post in this thread should be stickatized and a note should be added advising people to post what SQL language they're having a problem with. Otherwise we might end up having half the threads in here with un-necessary posts asking which SQL language the questioner is referring to. Just an idea.
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