Many people criticize SQL for bloated and inconsistent syntax. However, one must admit that some of its features give Relational Algebra run for the money. Consider recent stack overflow question “Relational Algebra equivalent of SQL “NOT IN””
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We upgraded to version 2.4 today and it has a single new feature - requested by many players: Favorites.
You can now "tag" authors, players, quizzes, resources, features and more as Favorites. The home page will then show latest news about your favorites and - if you are receiving emails with quiz results - you will be notified via a daily email digest of this news as well.
You will now see "Add to Favorites" links on the Quiz Details page, a player's profile, and more. Just look for this widget:
At present, you can’t use the MySQL Workbench migration tool to migrate MySQL 5.0 to MySQL 5.5, as documented in Bug 66861. The documentation of the mysql.proc table is also different from the physical definition in MySQL 5.0 release. I logged documentation Bug 66886 to get it fixed.
[Find below the text of the September 2012 e-newsletter sent out to PL/SQL Challenge subscribers.]
Another summer gone...and a hot one it was. Let's just hope the ice in the
Arctic circle returns next year. In the meantime, eyes turn towards Oracle Open
World, the annual extravaganza of All Things Oracle (and that is an awful lot of "things", compared to the old days).