Code language: SQL (Structured Query Language) (sql) The production.product_audits table has all the columns from the production.products table. In addition, it has a few more columns to record the changes e.g., updated_at, operation, and the change_id. 2) Creating an after DML trigger. First, to create a new trigger, you specify the name of the trigger and schema to which
Then you can select a block/column selection. Same key combo to go back to normal selection mode. 👍 13 sdpurohit, serge-rider, nuba1, 0m3rF, davehowell, akoylu, ThomasDh, kdonavin, jbarotin, ag-susini, and 3 more reacted with thumbs up emoji All reactions
1.1) Navigate through your target database & schema and right click on your target table and select import table data. 1.2) Next select CSV from the list. 1.3) Select your CSV file for upload. 2) Ensure that the mappings of each of your columns is correct. For column names that are an exact match DBeaver will automatically map them for you
In Visual Studio Code version 1.0, you can now select columns by holding down Shift + Alt, then click and drag with the mouse. This can also be done using just the keyboard by holding down Ctrl + Shift + Alt and then using the arrow keys. On latest version of vscode - 1.45.1 ...
I have a .csv file that I need to import; one of the columns should have 7 characters max so I'm assigning it varchar(7) when I'm creating the table. The issue is that the source of the data (which I have no control over) from which the data gets exported to