I think the issue was by ths following , I have one table in SQL Server containing locomotive failures for about two years. I am trying to create an aspx page for comparing above data on two different periods in terms of %age improvement / deterioration e.g. monthly, yearly or based on user inputs. , The reason is in this expression:
CAST(((AQP-AQC)/NULLIF(AQP,0)*100) AS DECIMAL (10,2))
INSERT INTO #previousdata
SELECT Equipt, COALESCE([BSL], 0) AS BSLP, COALESCE([AQ], 0) AS AQP,
. . .
This might help you There seems to be a bug in that function. At some point it seems to convert the outcome name to all upper-case. So if you change your column name in your data.frame and the column you use in the truthTable to uppercase "OUTCOME", it seems to work
hop of those help? I have a NetBSD VM that I created using qemu, and I am trying to compile a simple Hello World.c program with the cross compiled toolchain that I built using the build.sh script that comes with the NetBSD source. However, I can not get the program to compile. , Don't put the ./ path prefix on the target name. I.e. just run:
PROG = helloARM
Found unknown Linux distribution on /dev/sdb2: grub configuration dual boot Arch Linux and NetBSD-7.0
With these it helps If you are storing BLOBs of 50 MB on Azure SQL Database and you are seeing high Log IO, then it seems your workload is I/O intensive. Premium tiers are intended for that kind of workload. If you know the IOPS required by your databases it may help you know that a S3 provides a performance of 150 IOPS more or less. A P4 provides a performance of up to 4000 IOPS. This article may help you understand what DTU means and decide the appropriate tier for your workload. Please allow me to make you the recommendation of storing your BLOB objects in Azure BLOB Storage and store only metadata of those objects in Azure SQL Database to lower the current demands of I/O of the database. Storing BLOB objects on Azure SQL Database will increase the size of the database and may prompt scaling up tiers since the database may soon reach the storage limit of the current tier. Azure BLOB storage is more scalable and is cheaper to store BLOB there. If you don't store BLOB on the database then you can use Standard tiers and save money instead of using Premium tiers.