kandi X-RAY | orcas Summary
kandi X-RAY | orcas Summary
Orcas is a schema management and deployment framework for Oracle Databases. Orcas migrates an existing schema into a new to-be state as described by the framework. The current state of the schema is mostly irrelevant. As required, the framework will remove no longer needed indices, constraints, columns or tables or will create new tables or columns as required. If possible, the framework will also automatically perform changes to data types. The to-be-state is described by simple SQL scripts (a DSL). The script syntax resembles the "create table" syntax. Using orcas allows to version control table scripts. Changes can be tracked and reverted.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Init the DiffRepository .
- load table columns into model
- Write merge with old value
- Writes Xml export .
- Update recreate if necessary .
- Rate column domain .
- Write class data reader .
- Write AND type .
- Load a schema from the database .
- Write transfrom class .
orcas Key Features
orcas Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on orcas
I have lines and lines in a csv file that I can use as variables. Example:...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Oct-09 at 15:37
If you want to use comma as the delimiter in the script instead of space, set the variable
I am attempting to get this class working so that it writes the variables from each tab to a file. When I try this my RadioButton only returns the value '0', which is the one I originally set, not the (hopefully) updated value.
As well it runs on every feature, not just the one on the page at the time. Experiments with
open(file, w) when I tried to clear the file seem to imply that clicking one update button calls the update function on one window, then separately again on the next. I think that I am having an issue with scope, but I am not sure, and am unable to find it, help would be appreciated.
Here is the code as is stands...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Apr-12 at 11:11
The problem is in
I have a big LINQ query that results in inefficient SQL queries. I'm pretty sure I can optimize it a lot by shaping the query (like mentioned in this blog post by Scott Gu and also in this excellent blog post by Eugene Prystupa, who calls it "hinting").
However, this query is important legacy code, so I'd rather not touch the query itself. Is it possible to shape a LINQ query by modifying the resulting IQueryable?
For example, let's say the inefficient query is in
GetOrders, which returns the query result as an
IQueryable. Can I shape the IQueryable result? E.g.:
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Aug-07 at 21:10
I believe, as pointed out by the blog article, you have to do a
AsEnumerable or else the intermediate select will be optimized out of the query:
I am currently using a supercomputer for various quantum mechanical calculations. There are a large number of files I need to submit at any given time (280 separate submisions). I am trying to use python to automate this process but have little experience with using python to run a separate submission script. The submission script I am using (named subOrca_mpi.sh) is:...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Jul-11 at 12:33
You've two alternatives here. The first one, as you've probably guessed, is using
os.system. You can do that like this:
I startet to create a small service with jMeter on maven. When I start some requests I get following error: The content of jmeter.log:...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Apr-27 at 07:14
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use orcas 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 orcas 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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