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Simulate LEAD() Window Function using correlated subquery

In my honest opinion, MS Access is one garbage of a database. More likely, database is too strong of a word. While I won’t be using Access in this article, there is a story there (but I’m not here to have an Access bash party). Continue reading for an example of how you may use a correlated subquery and simulate the LEAD() Window Function.

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OpenLampTech issue #54 – Substack Repost

We have another packed issue of OpenLampTech for you this week. And, we have our first sponsor with a smashing deal to help you configure your MySQL servers with ease. Thank you Releem for partnering with OpenLampTech this week!

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In OpenLampTech issue #54, we have content covering:

  • SQL Wildcards
  • PHP Magic Methods Explained
  • Managing CSS in WordPress block themes
  • WordPress as a Twitter alternative?
  • And much much more

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AlmaLinux MySQL+Perl

A quick primer on Perl programs connecting to the MySQL database. It’s another set of coding examples for the AlmaLinux instance that I’m building for students. This one demonstrates basic Perl programs, connecting to MySQL, returning data sets by reference and position, dynamic queries, and input parameters to dynamic queries.

  1. Naturally, a hello.pl is a great place to start:
    #!/usr/bin/perl
    
    # Hello World program.
    print "Hello World!\n";
    

    After setting the permissions to -rwxr-xr-x. with this command:

    chmod 755 hello.pl
    

    You call it like this from the Command-Line Interface (CLI):

    ./hello.pl
    

    It prints:

    Hello World!
    
  2. Next, a connect.pl program lets us test the Perl::DBI connection to the MySQL database.
    #!/usr/bin/perl
    
    # Import libraries.
    use strict;
    use warnings;
    use v5.10;     # for …
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INTERSECT and EXCEPT commands in MySQL

MySQL now supports the INTERSECT and EXCEPT set operators. Set operators work on the results of multiple SELECT statements. In this post, we will see example queries using INTERSECT and EXCEPT commands for a better understanding

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While MySQL has supported UNION and UNION ALL commands, there were no INTERSECT or EXCEPT commands in the language. This often involved work-around queries. However, MySQL now does support the INTERCEPT and EXCEPT set operators.

For the example queries, I am using 2 simple tables with arbitrary data.

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INSERT Using the WITH Clause in MySQL

As of MySQL v8, we have Common Table Expressions (CTEs) or the WITH clause available. I recently learned how to use the WITH clause in an INSERT statement, similar to INSERT with SELECT. Like always, I enjoy sharing what I learn so let’s all learn together…

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For the sake of simplicity (and my sanity) I’m using this arbitrary sample data:

SELECT *
FROM auto_test;

We can use the WITH clause to generate

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MySQL Metadata Queries – Column Structure and Definition With the COLUMNS Table

The INFORMATION_SCHEMA database is full of information and metadata about your database(s). Columns are a necessity and their definition ensures sound storage and data integrity. Learn all about them with the COLUMNS table.

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MySQL Metadata Queries – Find all tables in a Schema

Of course, there are other ways to determine what tables are present in a particular MySQL Database or Schema. You can also find this information if your database user account has permissions for the INFORMATION_SCHEMA database. Continue reading and follow along with an example query…

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Filter Data in the MySQL WHERE Clause With Less Than and Greater Than Comparisons

While equality and inequality filter conditions are very common, many times you wish to filter the FROM clause table rows based on values that are less than or greater than another value. MySQL (and SQL in general) supports the less than (<) and greater than (>) operators. Continue reading and see examples of each…

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MySQL WHERE Clause Inequality Comparison Operators

Just as you want to filter the rows of data returned in a SELECT query with the equality comparison operator (=), you can also create a conditional filter to test if 2 values are not equal to one another. Learn more in the following article.

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MySQL Query from JSON

One of my students asked how you could get JSON data out in tabular format. I said they should look at Øystein Grøvlen’s JSON_TABLE – Best of Both Worlds blog post from 2018. Unfortunately, the student wanted another example with the Video Store model that we use in class.

For clarity, all path definitions start with a $ followed by other selectors:

  • A period followed by a name, such as $.website
  • [N] where N is the position in a zero-indexed array
  • The .[*] wildcard evaluates all members of an object
  • The [*] wildcard evaluates all members of an array
  • The prefix and suffix wildcard, **, evaluates to all paths that begin with the named prefix and end with the named suffix

So, here’s a quick supplement to what’s already there. It assumes you created an …

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