What is Stored Procedure? What is Views in sql server? Difference between a User Defined Function and a Stored Procedure Difference between a primary key and a unique key? What is a join and explain different types of joins. Difference between temp table and table variable Difference between Triggers and Stored Procedures Difference between UNION ALL Statement and UNION What is COALESCE / Why do we use COALESCE? Why we use SET ROWCOUNT in Sql How many clustered index can have a table How many types of local tables in SQL SERVER Difference between DELETE and TRUNCATE What is Aggregate Functions? What is Row_Number()? What are Ranking Functions? What is NOLOCK? What is CTE? What are the Advantages of using CTE? What is the STUFF function and how does it differ from the REPLACE function? What are the difference between clustered and a non-clustered index? What are the different index configurations a table can have? Difference between a HAVING CLAUSE and a WHERE CLAUSE? Difference between SET and SELECT Provide all the built in string function of SQL SERVER Difference between char and varchar data types Define candidate key, alternate key, composite key. What are constraints? Explain different types of constraints. What is a self join? Explain it with an example. How will you convert table row to a column comma separated value4 8085
Compare the working principle of gas turbine of capacity more than 10megaW, diesel generator and wind turbine
i am completed my b.tech EEE in 2009,,,iam trying the job 3+ for AUTO CAD (ELECTRICAL),, what is the market for autocad electrical in hyderabad... how to handle the intervws give some suggestions ?
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give me applications of sequence bridges . (used in 3 phase un balanced systems)
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There is no strict data types in perl unlike in other high level languages like Java so wouldn't that be a problem if a code in perl is to be a written by a big team of 20+ members ?"
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An engineering college wants to automate their examination activities to speed up their work and maintain high-end accuracy of information. A brief overview of the proposed system is given below: The proposed examination system is consisting of 8 semesters spread across 9 branches (assume your own branch names) and spans over a period of 4 years. Each student belongs to a branch and must register for a minimum of 6 courses but not exceed 8 courses maximum. The scoring pattern for each course is given as below: Maximum marks for each course: 100 Pass: 35% Distinction: 70% and above First class: =>60% and <70% Second class: >50% and <60% Pass Class: >=35% and <50% The proposed system computes the result and announces the results every semester. The results must be accurate and all examination records will be maintained till the students leave the college. Develop a Test Strategy to test the proposed system. Your Test Strategy must include the following: • Test Plan • Testing Methodology to be followed • Test cases • Test effort estimation • Test Correction Mechanism Note: If you need more information on the requirement specification, you are permitted to assume along the same line but clearly specify the details.
What is product hierchey and where you assign in material master?
create a form to accept username and password validate the username and password with using message box, display the corresponding user message
What is Shared Access to a File?
For a 6.6kV Motor it is recommended to do megger test with 500 V d.c and not more than 5kV d.c but the Hi voltage withstand test should be performed by 12kV AC. Why the dc voltage test should be limited but AC voltage withstand test could be with such a high voltage?
When will u use a XMLDataDocument and when will u use a XPathDocument? What's the differences between the two?