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Apr
14
answered Recording many data items and retrieving time-based snapshots
Feb
18
comment Use of NOLOCK on Microsoft SQL Server
@ThomasStringer There is no need for it, data is not being updated, there is no chance of a corrupt read. Its just additional overhead.
Feb
18
comment Use of NOLOCK on Microsoft SQL Server
This is a good answer but your over all tone implies people are being careless. (Though it is true it often doesn't matter). The better reason is often locking its simply not needed. If My data is updated only at night,then and all my reports run after, in batches, I would be a fool use locks and risk my reports colliding with each other. Small reference tables, are often the most accessed and least often updated, whats gonna happen if you have an extra reference ID or missing one? Nothing, because that ID is not referenced anywhere.
Nov
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awarded  Yearling
Oct
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awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
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awarded  Good Answer
Sep
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Sep
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Sep
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awarded  Good Answer
Aug
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awarded  Great Answer
Nov
26
reviewed Approve Comparing strings against a pool of words
Nov
20
comment How to safeguard a REST API for only trusted mobile applications
@Supercell You can't show someone data and then stop them from sharing it. If you don't want some to have Data, you don't give it (show it) to them.
Nov
20
revised How to safeguard a REST API for only trusted mobile applications
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Nov
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Nov
20
comment How to safeguard a REST API for only trusted mobile applications
The SSL will only certify the Mobile device, NOT the mobile application.
Nov
20
answered How to safeguard a REST API for only trusted mobile applications
Nov
18
reviewed Edit Is the use of “utf8=✓” preferable to “utf8=true”?
Nov
18
revised Is the use of “utf8=✓” preferable to “utf8=true”?
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Nov
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awarded  Yearling
Nov
6
reviewed Approve Is it reasonable to insist on reproducing every defect before diagnosing and fixing it?