Pass variable to json_value in SQL Server 2016

declare @id int
set @id = 1754
(JSON_VALUE(cast(ad.data_map as varchar(max)),'$.dataMap."1754".value')) CorrespondanceNumber,
(JSON_VALUE(cast(ad.data_map as varchar(max)),'$.dataMap.***"'+cast(@id as varchar)+'"***.value')) Agency,
(JSON_VALUE(cast(ad.data_map as varchar(max)),'$.dataMap."1754".value')) Protocal
from actions_new a
left join action_data ad on ad.id_ref =
where baid = 32 and displayrequestid < 100;

It works with SQL Server 2017, but errors appear in SQL Server 2016.

Error: message 13610, level 16, state 1, line 3 The argument 2 of
"JSON_VALUE or JSON_QUERY" must be a string literal. Problem in
Transformation of INT into Vachar "& # 39; + cast (@id as varchar) + & # 39;"

A user has a problem with Excel 2016 (0365): Excel closes randomly without error

Troubleshooting steps:

  • If the user started getting this problem, the user is on Windows 7
  • Re-imaged The device on Windows 10
  • Installed the latest Office 2016 x86 issue
  • Tried x64-bit problem
  • User-prompted problem to use Excel safe mode
  • Exactly on different devices tried Excel closes it even without warnings or errors
  • Tried to check event logs. No critical or warning information about event logs
  • Even if the user opens the Excel and locks the PC, Excel will stop after some time

    • device specifications
    • Standard HP 840 G3

Plan full, differential, and transnational backups in sql Server 2016

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My first concern is how to plan my backups best.

I want a full backup daily, a differential backup every hour, and a transnational log backup every 15 minutes. My second concern: is this a good practice?

There was a problem using the SQL Server Agent. Overwrites my full and differential backup. I agree with overwriting the full backup, but not the differential, because if I need to restore it, I would only have a differential backup, which is not the purpose of differential backups. How can I prevent the overwriting of previous backups?

The last concern and question concerns the way to implement the backup plan. I use maintenance plans and may plan three different backups. One for full, one for differential and one for transnational. Is this the best practice for a database that is used daily by users (at least 2000 transactions per day)? – DMCA ignores – HD videos – clean advertising – fastest payout – oldest host since 2016

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Moving SQL Server 2016 databases from mirroring to HA

We have Windows Server 2016 computers with SQL Server 2016 Standard Edition. Currently, mirroring is implemented and it is planned to move a listener to HA for each database. We have several DBs

In some DB stored procedures, we have a call to another DB with a hardcode name.

If we switch to HA with 1 listener for each DB, is this new configuration a problem for me?

2016 – Filtering a list by the input date between the start date

I have a MeetingTopic list (things to discuss at a meeting) with a StartDate field and an EndDate field. I am trying to create a page that accepts a DateDate (MeetingDate) and displays all topics that are valid on that date (MeetingTopic.StartDate <= MeetingDate and MeetingDate <= MeetingTopic.EndDate).

How do I set this up? I do not have access to SharePoint Designer at this point, so any answer I see after several days will not work.

I've added a URL filter (Query String) to the page. I can associate it with the MeetingTopic List Web Part, but it just seems like it's filtered as a single field match (StartDate = MeetingDate). How can I:

  1. cause records to be returned where StartDate <= MeetingDate; and
  2. It should also be filtered to EndDate> = MeetingDate?

Alternatively, how can I get a data entry into the page and filter the list by that input date compared to StartDate and EndDate? Is Query String (URL) Filter the wrong approach?

Macbook Pro 2016 13 Inch – The display turns off when I physically adjust it

Whenever I try to adjust the angle of my screen, my display turns off. I know that the Macbook itself can not be turned off because I still hear noises and the keyboard is still lit. But when I try to adjust the screen, the display simply turns off and it's a gamble whether it's turned on again or not. I tried to close and reopen it, but sometimes it does not work. I can turn it off and on again, but the display may turn back on or off, depending on how it feels, I think.

Googling was not helpful and Apple Diagnostics reports no problems. Any ideas?

EDIT: I have found that after closing the screen I can set the screen to about 90 degrees until it turns off. Strange.

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Microsoft OneDrive for Business in 2016
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What's new:
Update for Excel 2016 (KB4475550)
Update for Office 2016 (KB3114528)
Update for Office 2016 (KB3141456)
Update for Office 2016 (KB4032254)
Update for Office 2016 (KB4464535)
Update for Office 2016 (KB4464588)
Update for Office 2016 (KB4475516)
Update for Office 2016 (KB4475542)
Update for Office 2016 (KB4475551)
Update for Office 2016: August 13, 2019 (KB4475538)
Update for Outlook 2016: August 13, 2019 (KB4475553)
Update for OneNote 2016 (KB4092450)
Update for PowerPoint 2016 (KB4464577)
Update for Project 2016 (KB4475544)
Update for Skype for Business 2016 (KB4475548)
Update for Word 2016: August 13, 2019 (KB4475540)