SQL Server – Where clause in Select does not work with Guid inequality

Your logic is wrong 😉 Take two tables:

CREATE TABLE T1 ( x int not null );
INSERT INTO T1 (x) VALUES (1),(2),(3),(4);

CREATE TABLE T2 ( x int not null );
INSERT INTO T2 (x) VALUES (1),(12),(13),(14);

Your first example returns 1 line:

SELECT * 
FROM T1
JOIN T2
    ON T1.x = T2.x

1  1

whereas your second example returns 4 * 4 – 1 = 15 lines. If you think about it, in a set of 4×4 = 16 lines in which the predicate is true for 1 row, for how many rows if the predicate is wrong?

What you're probably looking for is MINUS or EXCEPT (not sure, as it says in SQL Server):

SELECT * from test2.dbo.new_services
EXCEPT
SELECT * from MSCRM.dbo.new_services

or possibly vice versa (not sure which table is which)

Hardening – RHEL7 SSGv0.1 2.2.3 Unauthorized SUID / GUID executable files

We are upgrading to RHEL 7.6. My Nessus scanner gives the following message:
2.2.3.c-d Verification Required: Locate unauthorized SUID / GUID system executables
RHEL7 SSGv0.1 2.2.3 Unauthorized SUID / GUID programs
/ usr / bin / pkexec
/ usr / bin / screen
/ usr / lib / polkit-1 / polkit-agent-helper-1
/ usr / libexec / dbus-1 / dbus-daemon-launch-helper
/ usr / libexec / sssd / krb5_child
/ usr / libexec / sssd / ldap_child
/ usr / libexec / sssd / selinux_child
/ usr / libexec / sssd / proxy_child


My question is, how do I know if these files should have their sticky bits set?

Hard Disk – When attempting to install OS X El Capitan, an error occurred when an external hard disk needed the GUID partition table scheme

I have an old MacBook Air with Mac OS X Lion 10.7.5 (11G63) software. I'm trying to install the OS X El Capitan, but have problems. At first there was not enough memory on the Mac (even though I deleted everything I can find), so I tried to use several disks that failed for some reason. Then today I got a new external 2T Adata hard drive and now it says

"This disk does not use the GUID partition table scheme." Use the Disk Utility to change the partition scheme, select the disk, select the partition tab, select the volume scheme, and then click Options. "

I go to Disk Utility and the Partition tab and lose myself from here. Choosing this disk also sounds like a desperate situation: "To delete and partition the selected disk, select a layout from the Partition Layout pop-up menu, set the options for each partition and click You can not change the size of the partitions on this disk because the master boot record partitioning scheme is used, this partition can not be changed. "

Just spent a bunch on this hard drive says my other hard drive that it does not work because it is the same hard drive that is used for time machines. Tried another and did not work, I think it was not compatible with apples. Am I just unlucky with hard drives? I've deleted everything I can find on my computer (including Recycle Bin), but it still says I have all those photos, movies, and music somewhere I can not find anywhere. If I had enough space on my empty computer, I would not have to worry about disks … Arggh. I just want to install El Capitan so I can update my Safari or Chrome. So far everything has problems and websites are not working properly.

Please help!

Hard disk – How do I not fix CoreStorage? Defective GPT, GUID, Volume etc.?

I have an external hard drive with two partitions formatted as "OS X Extended (Journaled, Encrypted)". The second partition is mounted and asks for a password, but not the first partition. The hard disk is 1 TB, the first partition 895 GB and the second partition 104 GB.

This is the output from discussion list

/ dev / disk3 (external, physical):
#: TYPE NAME SIZE IDENTIFIER
0: GUID_partition_scheme * 1.0TB floppy disk3
1: EFI EFI 209.7 MB disk3s1
2: Apple_CoreStorage 895.1 GB disk3s2
3: Apple_CoreStorage Extra 104.7 GB disk3s3
4: Apple_Boot Boot OS X 134.2 MB disk3s4
/ dev / disk4 (external, virtual):
#: TYPE NAME SIZE IDENTIFIER
0: Apple_HFSX Extra + 104.4GB hard drive4
Logical volume on disk3s3
888F03E6-B0A4-4E12-BA48-1DD1D1C3ED48
Unlocked, encrypted

This is the output from sudo gpt -r show disk3

Start size index content
0 1 PMBR
1 1 Pri GPT header
2 32 Pri GPT table
34 6
40 409600 1 GPT Part - C12A7328-F81F-11D2-BA4B-00A0C93EC93B
409640 2008
411648 1748305920 2 GPT part - 53746F72-6167-11AA-AA11-00306543ECAC
1748717568 204539864 3 GPT part - 53746F72-6167-11AA-AA11-00306543ECAC
1953257432 262144 4 GPT part - 426F6F74-0000-11AA-AA11-00306543ECAC
1953519576 7
1953519583 32-second GPT table
1953519615 1 second GPT header

I think the partition header is broken, but I'm not sure. It sounds similar to here and here. I do not know how to fix it.

Purpose of using the GUID for files along with the underlying authorization checks

Some sites use a GUID for a file name when saved. For example, if you load a receipt, the receipt is not provided with 1200, an incremental number, but with a GUID. What is the purpose of using this GUID if the underlying authorization checks exist for the back-end code (the user must be an administrator with read-only or document ownership) instead of leaving the incremental numbers?

SQL Server – Is "SET IDENTITY_INSERT" required to insert any GUID [uniqueidentifier] Pillar?

SQL Server 2016 and 2017, Standard Edition

I have to insert raw data (from another table) into a table that has two unique identifier Columns.

Requires that I use SET IDENTITY_INSERT Carrier ON?

Here is the table:

SET ANSI_NULLS ON

SET QUOTED_IDENTIFIER ON

CREATE TABLE [dbo],[Parkingspace](
    [ParkingspaceId] [uniqueidentifier]    NOT ZERO,
    [AccountId] [uniqueidentifier]    ZERO,
    [ParkingspaceType] [smallint]    ZERO,
FORCE [PK_ParkingspaceId] PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED
(
    [ParkingspaceId] ASC
) WITH (PAD_INDEX = OFF, STATISTICS_NORECOMPUTE = OFF, IGNORE_DUP_KEY = OFF, ALLOW_ROW_LOCKS = ON,
ALLOW_PAGE_LOCKS = ON, FILLFACTOR = 90) ON [PRIMARY]
) ON [PRIMARY]

Will the following work without that IDENTITY_INSERT Possibility? (I think it should but the DBA here is very married to the IDENTITY_INSERT Possibility.)

INSERT IN PARKING
(ParkingspaceID, AcountID, ParkingspaceType)
SELECT * FROM PRODDBCopy.Parkingspace

guid – UniqueIdentifier CAST operation

The UniqueIdentifier CAST operation behaves as follows with the other GUID.
Are there reasons why it works with the first and not the second?

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  • Code as attached in the original post:

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DECLARE @ID nvarchar (max) = N & # 39; 0E984725-C51C-4BF4-9960-E1C80E27ABA0Wrong & # 39 ;;
SELECT @ID, CONVERT (uniqueidentifier, @ID) AS TruncatedValue;

DECLARE @ ID1 nvarchar (max) = N # 0E984725Wrong-C51C-4BF4-9960-E1C80E27ABA0 & # 39 ;;
SELECT @ ID1, CONVERT (unique identifier, @ ID1) AS TruncatedValue;

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sharepoint online – The specified application identifier GUID is invalid or does not exist

I'm trying to install an app hosted by the provider. I registered the app under /layouts/appregnew.aspx and inserted the generated clientid and client secret web.config of my provider web and then implemented it for the provider URL.

I also created a package and added it to our Appcatalog

When I try to add my new add-in to /_layouts/viewlsts.aspx->Add->addin and click on my app, I get the error message

The specified application identifier is invalid or does not exist.

I suspect that SP somehow searches for the registered provider host URL for the client ID and that I've done something wrong on the provider side … an idea on how to continue diagnosing this?