kandi X-RAY | WareHouse Summary
kandi X-RAY | WareHouse Summary
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Retrieve manifest list
- Find documents by type page
- Search operator
- Finder for cargo IDs
- Retrieves a list of documents for a given page
- Search for store
- Delete out
- Run the test
- Check the given number of items
- Main entry point
- Search for manifest value
- Delete store by id
- Delete manifest
- Delete cargo by id
- Displays a list of all Stores
- List operator orders
- Fetch cargo list
- Run operator
- Return list of manifest
- Delete operator
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I am trying to build a table where I am summing multiple measures and would like to categorise them into dimensions.
To simplify, I have a table in the warehouse with the below schema:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 03:39
For references sake, I was able to complete the issue with a Value List. I added the below in my table as a dimension to display the categories:
I need to test a case where I have random additional login screen which appears into the application....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 20:33
You can simply use function like this:
I'm trying to make a complete copy of a Snowflake DB into PostgreSQL DB (every table/view, every row). I don't know the best way to go about accomplishing this. I've tried using a package called pipelinewise , but I could not get the access needed to convert a snowflake view to a postgreSQL table (it needs a unique id). Long story short it just would not work for me.
I've now moved on to using the snowflake-sqlalchemy package. So, I'm wondering what is the best way to just make a complete copy of the entire DB. Is it necessary to make a model for each table, because this is a big DB? I'm new to SQL alchemy in general, so I don't know exactly where to start. My guess is with reflections , but when I try the example below I'm not getting any results....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 19:29
Try this: I got it working on mine, but I have a few functions that I use for my sqlalchemy engine, so might not work as is:
I have the following table in a Snowflake data warehouse:Client_ID Appointment_Date Store_ID Client_1 1/1/2021 Store_1 Client_2 1/1/2021 Store_1 Client_1 2/1/2021 Store_2 Client_2 2/1/2021 Store_1 Client_1 3/1/2021 Store_1 Client_2 3/1/2021 Store_1
I need to be able to count the number of unique
Store_ID for each
Client_ID in order of
Appointment_Date. Something like following is my desired output:
Where I would be actively counting the number of distinct stores a client visits over time. I've tried:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 14:26
If I understand correctly, you want a cumulative
count(distinct) as a window function. Snowflake does not support that directly, but you can easily calculate it using
row_number() and a cumulative sum:
I have 5 different tables:
- Toasters: product name (foreign key to products and primary key), slots, serial
- Microwaves: product name (same as toaster), wattage
- Products: product name (primary key)
- Stock: product (fk to product), warehouse (fk to warehouse), amount
- Warehouse: name (primary key)
toasters and microwaves are child tables of products (although its not using postgres inheritance, since there are issues with it). They represent different models of toasters (simplified to just slots and wattage here). Every toaster and microwave has exactly 1 entry in the products table.
Now the goal is to create a query that essentially gives me an amount of all products across all warehouses for a given list of product names. The problem is, that some warehouses may not have a stock entry for a certain product. They also have either one stock per product or none.
I have managed to make it work for a single warehouse:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 14:20
Add a table of warehouses wanted.
I am trying to find a way for connection pool management for external connections created in Airflow.
Airflow version : 2.1.0
Python Version : 3.9.5
Airflow DB : SQLite
External connections created : MySQL and Snowflake
I know there are properties in airflow.cfg file...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 10:48
I am working on a project and I really do not know how to create this request. I have the following tables...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-12 at 23:49
I think you only need the one table,
order_items. Are you looking for any other data to be included? Total sale value is a likely candidate, which would require a join to
items in your current design - but please read my warnings below before you implement that.
For your request as-is, you just want this:
I've been breaking my head over this for quite some time and hope to get some support here. I have an array containing multiple objects.
Every object represents a production process comprised of subprocesses made up of inputs and outputs. These processes run in line. Meaning, that the output of one process will become the input for another process. However, I have no idea in which order.
I am trying to figure out the sequence the main processes need to be run in. Our system can't tell me and now I have 5000interdependant processes that need sorting.
Here an example of how the array is formatted. As you can see Inputs have an origin flag. At least we know whether an input is taken from a warehouse or is produced somewhere upstream. If I were to sort this manually the order would be Process3, then Process 2, then Process 1. Process 1 requires the material with the id="ID3" as input, which is produced in process 2 (under subprocess 2). While Process 2 requires the material "ID5" which is produced in process 3. Anybody have an idea how to solve this nightmare?
Thank you sooo much!!!...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-10 at 13:20
As I said in the comments, what you seem to have is a graph theory problem :-)
- The entire thingamabob is a directed acyclic graph – or in this case, basically a dependency tree.
- Each subprocess as a node in the graph.
- Edges point from processes outputting resources to processes requiring those resources.
- The topological ordering of the graph is the order in which the processes need to be complete.
This solution requires the toposort package for the heavy graph lifting.
I have an SQL view on SQL 2016 SP2 that joins on 14 tables with no predicate....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-10 at 12:07
ok, I've actually worked out what the problem is myself - it a bug in SSMS! I'm using SSMS 18.6 and the number of rows showed bottom right is incorrect. If you actually look at the number of rows in the results tab, then they do correspond, that is to say join hints do not make a difference, which makes sense
I have the following entities:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-08 at 18:32
If you call
warehouse.setAddress(newAddress); first you modify the managed entity (managed entity because you have fetched the warehouse from the database => now managed by hibernate). After that you are performing a query operation => Hibernate flushes your previous changes to the database to prevent dirty reads before performing the database query operation. In this case the properties of
newAddress are not set which leads to the constraint violation exception. Same goes for the
Hibernate seems to "magically" populate the id field in WarehouseAddress after calling newAddress.setProvince(provinceService.findByCode("AR-C"));,
WarehouseAddress gets persisted before performing the query operation and has therefore an id.
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You can use WareHouse like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the WareHouse component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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