Sometimes you need to transpose a database table (or a text file) in JAVA before exporting it out. Different types of transposition require different SQL techniques, and at times you have to do low-level programming in JAVA. That is quite difficult.
As esProc that serves as JAVA class library supports dynamic scripting...
2015-12-14 1018 0
In SQL, usually we can only group a table automatically according to its own filed(s). When the grouping criterion comes from another table, or is an external parameter or a conditional list, SQL has to handle the grouping in a very roundabout way. Some cases even require the dynamic criteria, which need to be generate...
2015-09-29 366 0
Usually SQL is merely able to sort data by one or more certain fields. When it comes to sorting by a list, the only choice is to use decode or union. But with a long list, the SQL statement will be lengthy. If the items of the list are parameters representing unfixed values, usually a temporary table needs to be create...
2015-09-25 418 0
The SQL implemented by database vendors can be used to write dynamic statements. But since it’s inconvenient to perform set operations and order-related computations in SQL, usually you must resort to the high-level languages to handle the dynamic-column computations, which leads to a cumbersome process of doing these ...
2015-08-31 426 0
In many cases SQL is used to implement a transposition algorithm, such as static/dynamic transposition, natural/inverse transposition, single-/multi-group data transposition, transposition after data alignment/complementing and transposition with/without computed columns. There are different SQL implementations for dif...
2015-08-27 542 0
esProc can simplify complex SQL-style queries using ordered sets, object-style access and stepwise computation. Usually there are two ways in which esProc is used: an independent one and one requiring integration with Java. Now let’s look at the first one through an example.
The sales table stores several years ...
2015-07-30 641 0
It is difficult for SQL to handle order-related computations, for it does not support ordered sets. But as these computations are very common in real-world business, there are a lot of online discussions related to them. For example:
2015-06-25 380 0
In real-world business, many computing tasks require transposing rows and columns dynamically. There are a lot of discussions around the operation in online IT groups and forums. Below lists some of them:
2015-06-23 486 0
It is not uncommon in actual business to tackle complex computational problems by composing dynamic SQL. The skill has generated a lot of discussion across online IT forums. Here are links to some of the questions around it:
2015-06-09 364 0