SQL Server 2017 – How can I tell if an upgrade from Express to Standard makes sense?

When I right-click my database in Express 2019 on Linux, I see that it has a size of 11506 MB and 1963 MB of free space. There are currently 17 users.

I am trying to find out if it is better to delete or update records.

Given the significant cost of an upgrade, how can I determine what performance benefits we can achieve?

Can we roll back when we test an upgrade?

SQL Server – The SSIS Script transformation package is not compiled when deployed to dev [Visual Studio 2017]

I have Visual Studio 2017.

I have a script transformation that I can easily run locally. However, when I deploy and run it in the Integration Services catalog on the development server, it fails with the following error:

& # 39; Package Name & # 39 ;: Error: Error compiling the in the
Package. Open the package in SSIS-Designer and solve the problem
following compilation errors.

So if I connect to the developer remotely and recreate the package, it will work fine the next time I run it.

I thought this could be a reference problem, but after reinstalling Visual Studio 2017 and SSDT, the references on both computers are exactly the same.

What could be the problem for that?

Upgrading from SQL Server 2012 to SQL Server 2017 is allowed

Restoring backups depends on many different factors, the largest of which are

  1. Your network
  2. Your store

The best way to ever give a good estimate is to test it.

Set up the second server and run the migration as a test. This way you can estimate the time very well.
And as a second big advantage, you have all scripts + experience ready for the production migration.

9.0 pie – Samsung Galaxy J7 2017 drop calls (Android Pie)

Remember I have had this phone for at least two years.
It has recently started rejecting calls itself (the operator generates a "missed call" text message and the calling person has to try again). This does not happen when the phone is in use.

Are there software solutions for this? I know my SIM card is bad and the signal may be bad permanently (city center and rural areas).

How do I install SQL Server 2017 Express in "Quiet Simple" mode without an extraction folder?

I need to install SQL Server 2017 Express with as little user interaction as possible. I use that SQLEXPR_x64_ENU.exe Setup file for which I found a Microsoft download.

Currently I can do exactly what I want with 2012 using the following parameters:

/FEATURES="SQL, Tools" /QS /IACCEPTSQLSERVERLICENSETERMS /ADDCURRENTUSERASSQLADMIN=1 /ACTION="Install" /ERRORREPORTING=0 /INSTANCENAME="MyDB"

This works great in 2012, but I'm now trying to do the same in 2017. The problem I have is that an extraction folder called "SQLEXPR_x64_ENU" is created in the same directory as the installation. That is not desirable.

question: Is there a way to prevent this extraction folder from being used so that it works the same way as the 2012 setup?

Alternatively, one of the following solutions would be acceptable:

  • Allow the user to choose the extraction location as is the case with the standard installation (not silent), but ensure / QS mode for the rest of the setup
  • Have the extraction folder automatically deleted after setup (it wouldn't be so bad if it were cleaned up after exiting)

How do I install SQL Server 2017 Express in "Quiet Simple" mode without an extraction folder?

I need to install SQL Server 2017 Express with as little user interaction as possible. I use that SQLEXPR_x64_ENU.exe Setup file for which I found a Microsoft download.

Currently I can do exactly what I want with 2012 using the following parameters:

/FEATURES="SQL, Tools" /QS /IACCEPTSQLSERVERLICENSETERMS /ADDCURRENTUSERASSQLADMIN=1 /ACTION="Install" /ERRORREPORTING=0 /INSTANCENAME="MyDB"

This works great in 2012, but I'm now trying to do the same in 2017. The problem I have is that an extraction folder called "SQLEXPR_x64_ENU" is created in the same directory as the installation. That is not desirable.

question: Is there a way to prevent this extraction folder from being used so that it works the same way as the 2012 setup?

Alternatively, one of the following solutions would be acceptable:

  • Allow the user to choose the extraction location as is the case with the standard installation (not silent), but ensure / QS mode for the rest of the setup
  • Have the extraction folder automatically deleted after setup (it wouldn't be so bad if it were cleaned up after exiting)

If the subquery (using IN) is executed several times for the update statement (SQL Server 2017)

If an update statement updates the value returned by a subquery – does the subquery run for each row?

UPDATE a 
SET DM = 1
FROM TableA a 
WHERE a.ID NOT IN (SELECT DISTINCT ID FROM TableA WHERE DM = 1) 

The column ID is not unique in the table, so multiple rows are possible for an ID

Are all lines for the ID always updated to DM = 1 or only one at some point?

How many screens can I connect to the MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2017, two Thunderbolt 3 ports)?

In the MacBook documentation (https://support.apple.com/kb/SP754?locale=da_DK&viewlocale=en_US) I can read that it supports up to 2 monitors (or 1, it depends on the display parameters). On the Thunderbolt 3 page (https://www.apple.com/thunderbolt/) I can read the same information, but about a single Thunderbolt 3 port (which I have 2). How many monitors can I connect?

php – wp 2017: set the presented image: -it is too big and too high on the page

I am currently trying to correct the height of the displayed image: it is huge on the homepage

See the page: http://www.job-starter.com

tried to apply this code – but haven't helped yet
https://wordpress.org/support/topic/set-featured-image-is-huge-on-home-page/

.post-39 .panel-image {
    background-size: auto;
}
@media screen and (min-width: 48em) {
   .post-39 .panel-image {height: 40vh;}
}



.post-258 .panel-image {
    background-size: ;
}
@media screen and (min-width: 48em) {
   .post-39 .panel-image {height: 40vh;}
}



.post-258 .panel-image {
    background-size: ;
}

@media screen and (min-width: 48em) {
.background-fixed .panel-image {
background-attachment: initial;
}
}

Panels are deleted when adding dynamically (VB.NET 2017, Winforms)

Team, good day.

I'm making an application that dynamically adds panels to make the panels horizontal. The problem I have is that when you add it, the previous ones are deleted, for example if you add the first one until everything is fine there, but if you take over the properties for the second one, the first one will be deleted if you add the second and try. If you add the third with its properties, delete the second and so on.
I am a little frustrated because I checked the information on the internet and my code is very similar to other examples.
Can you help me see my code and help me report the error if necessary?

Thank you very much.

The next example consists of 1 to 3 panels.

Public Class Form1

    Dim pb, pbdoors As New Panel

    Private Sub Button1_Click(sender As Object, e As EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click
        Dim pos As Int32 = 20
        Dim counter As Int16 = 1

        For i As Int16 = 1 To 3

            With pb
                .Width = 120
                .Height = 460
                .Top = 10
                .Left = 10
                .BorderStyle = BorderStyle.FixedSingle
                .BackgroundImage = Image.FromFile("C:Example.bmp")
                .BackgroundImageLayout = ImageLayout.Stretch
                .Name = "Panel" & counter
                .Location = New Point(pos, 20)
            End With

            Me.Panel1.Controls.Add(pb)

            pb.BringToFront()

            pos = pos + 120
            counter = counter + 1

        Next
    End Sub
End Class