So instead you use select Convert(date, ’08/16/13′) or select Convert(date, ’08/16/2013′).
Date data type supports only either 2 digit or 4 digit year string literals whereas for datetime data type there is no restriction like date type.
Question: I need to validate the first 4 characters if a varchar2 to check if they are alphabetic.
What is the best way to validate datatypes with SQL?
As a SQL Server DBA first we need to validate that the Windows cluster is working correctly before moving ahead with the actual SQL Server installation.
Before running the SQL Server 2014 setup, we should run a few checks as prerequisites to make sure we have a successful installation, these include: Step 1: Launch "Failover Cluster Manager" from location "Control Panel\System and Security\Administrative Tools".
I tried looking at the profile password settings, but noth...
Do note I am a novice (about 8 months exposure to Oracle Sql - so be gentle please :)I have the following scenario Table A containing: Wave_No, Wave_Desc, Wave_Date Table B containing: Wave_No, Order_No, Order_Date, Order_Status Table C containing: Order_No, Line_No...
A welcome window will appear, then proceed with the validation check.
Here, I have a two node cluster based on Windows Server 2012 R2 operating systems where we will be installing SQL Server 2014.