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Perl part 7: Introduction to the Perl DBI
 
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Dr. Rob Edwards from San Diego State University introduces the Perl database interface DBI
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Video 7 DBI for Database Connection
 
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The Preconfigured Perl Environment for Students provides a fully configured feature rich Perl integrated development environment (IDE), including auto-formatting editor with autocomplete, syntax highlighting, stepper, debugger, variable watcher, regular expression debugger, and preconfigured MySQL service. This video provides step by step instructions for installing VirtualBox and PPES on Windows. *** Known bug: If mouse pointer disappears or wallpaper not rendering correctly, reboot at least TWO times. This issue will be fully addressed in a later release. Download PPES here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6U2yPQo8wCWSWZVNVY5b25mRkk/view?usp=sharing
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Perl 9 Database Handling
 
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Handle sql operations such as insert, update, delete, select on SQLite database
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Perl   DBI Access
 
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Perl DBI Access Watch more Videos at https://www.tutorialspoint.com/videotutorials/index.htm Lecture By: Ms.Devi Killada, Tutorials Point India Private Limited
R tutorial: connecting to a database
 
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Learn more about connecting to databases with R: https://www.datacamp.com/courses/importing-data-in-r-part-2 Welcome to part two of importing data in R! The previous course dealt with accessing data stored in flat files or excel files. In a professional setting, you'll also encounter data stored in relational databases. In this video, I'll briefly talk about what a relational database is and then I'll explain how you can connect to it. In the next video, I'll explain how you can import data from it! So, what's a relational database? There's no better way to show this than with an example. Take this database, called company. It contains three tables, employees, products and sales. Like a flat file, information is displayed in a table format. The employees table has 5 records and three fields, namely id, name and started_at. The id here serves as a unique key for each row or record. Next, the products table contains the details on four products. We're dealing with data from a telecom company that's selling both with and without a contract. Also here, each product has an identifier. Finally, there's the sales table. It lists what products were sold by who, when and for what price. Notice here that the ids in employee_id and product_id correspond to the ids that you can find in the employees and products table respectively. The third sale for example, was done by the employee with id 6, so Julie. She sold the product with id 9, so the Biz Unlimited contract. These relations make this database very powerful. You only store all necessary information once in nicely separated tables, but can connect the dots between different records to model what's happening. How the data in a relational database is stored and shuffled around when you make adaptations, depends on the so-called database management system, or DBMS you're using. Open-source implementations such as MySQL, postgreSQL and SQLite are very popular, but there are also proprietary implementations such as Oracle Database and Microsoft SQL server. Practically all of these implementations use SQL, or sequel, as the language for querying and maintaining the database. SQL stands for Structured Query Language. Depending on the type of database you want to connect to, you'll have to use different packages. Suppose the company database I introduced before is a MySQL database. This means you'll need the RMySQL package. For postgreSQL you'll need RpostgreSQL, for Oracle, you'll use ROracle and so on. How you interact with the database, so which R functions you use to access and manipulate the database, is specified in another R package called DBI. In more technical terms, DBI is an interface, and RMySQL is the implementation. Let's install the RMySQL package, which automatically installs the DBI package as well. Loading only the DBI package will be enough to get started. The first step is creating a connection to the remote MySQL database. You do this with dbConnect(), as follows. The first argument specifies the driver that you will use to connect to the MySQL database. It sure looks a bit strange, but the MySQL() function from the RMySQL package simply constructs a driver for us that dbConnect can use. Next, you have to specify the database name, where the database is hosted, through which port you want to connect, and finally the credentials to authenticate yourself. This is an actual database that we're hosting, so you can try these commands yourself! The result of the dbConnect call, con, is a DBI connection object. You'll need to pass this object to whatever function you're using to interact with the database. Before we do that, let's get familiar with this connection object in the exercises!
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【Perl, Oracle】Perl で Oracle アクセス (CentOS 7)
 
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CentOS 7 上で Perl を利用して Oracle アクセスをおこないます ここでは、DBI, DBD::Oracle を利用して Oracle サーバへアクセス(SELECT)を行います ◆バージョン  CentOS : 7.4.1708  Perl : 5.16.3  cpanm(cpanminus) : 1.7044  Oracle Instant Client : Instant Client for Linux x86-64 Version 12.2.0.1.0 ◆備考  データベースアクセスには、以下を利用します   ・DBI : 1.641   ・DBD::Oracle : 1.74  対象の Oracle サーバ   select BANNER from v$version;      BANNER   --------------------------------------------------------------------------------   Oracle Database 12c Enterprise Edition Release 12.2.0.1.0 - 64bit Production   PL/SQL Release 12.2.0.1.0 - Production   CORE 12.2.0.1.0 Production   TNS for Linux: Version 12.2.0.1.0 - Production   NLSRTL Version 12.2.0.1.0 - Production
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Perl Tutorial - 49: Return Statement in Perl
 
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Thanks for watching! Check out my other tutorials at: https://www.youtube.com/user/madhurbhatia89?feature=guide
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John Scoles Whats new in DBD Oracle
 
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A video
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Installing Oracle Instant Client for Development on Linux
 
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How to install Oracle Instant Client on Linux for development with C based applications - this applies to popular scripting languages such as Ruby, Node.js, Python, PHP, Perl and R. Instant Client allows the Oracle Database drivers and adapters for these languages to connect to a remote or local Oracle database. The first two minutes give an overview of Instant Client. After that, installation is demonstrated. Instant Client is available at http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/database/features/instant-client/index-097480.html To get help, post to an appropriate user forum on Oracle Technology Network: https://community.oracle.com/welcome
How to install perl on centos 7
 
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This video will guide you to install perl on centos 7
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Introduction to Python for PL/SQL Developers [Part 2]
 
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Are you a PL/SQL developer who'd like to quickly learn Python? This five-part series will teach you Python by showing how it is the same as or different from PL/SQL. Part 2 explores slightly more-advanced topics such as decisions and loops. The full article and examples can be found on the Oracle Technology Network at: https://community.oracle.com/docs/DOC-1003562
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IBM Optim Performance Manager 5.1, Part 1: Install
 
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IBM® Optim™ Performance Manager is a performance analysis and tuning tool for managing DB2 systems using a web interface. Part 1 of this demo series describes IBM Optim Performance Manager 5.1 architecture and packaging, and how to install the product. Part 2 describes the Extended Insight architecture, and how to install and configure the Extended Insight client.
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Perl Tutorials -Part 95- Perl and databases
 
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Perl and databases
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How to connect IBM i db2 using Python | yusy4code
 
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This video explains how to use Python ibm_db_dbi module to create/update/delete PF Reference: http://www.ocean400.org/assets/accessing%20ibmi%20from%20python.pdf
Views: 1426 Mohammed Yusuf M
Put It Down-DBI
 
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How To Configure Oracle on XAMPP for Windows - OCI8
 
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With the default installation of XAMPP for Windows, we don’t get PHP Oracle connectivity enabled. This can be enabled easily. PHP has got the OCI8 extension, which provides Oracle connectivity to PHP application, and OCI8 uses Oracle Instant Client Package to get Oracle specific functions. Download the “Instant Client Package – Basic” for Windows from the OTN Instant Client page. URL: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/database/features/instant-client/index-097480.html Download the actual Thread Safe OCI-DLLs from: http://pecl.php.net/package/oci8/2.0.8/windows
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Perl Programming - Getting and Installing Perl
 
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Perl Programming - Getting and Installing Perl Get the entire Perl Programming course for 20% off: http://stoneriverelearning.com/courses/perl-programming-for-beginners-online-course?product_id=38639&coupon_code=YOUTUBE20 Welcome back, everyone! In this lecture, I’m going to be showing you how to get and install our Perl environment. When we create our Perl applications, we can execute our programs. So I’ll show you how to download the GUI using the Windows platform. Don’t worry for you Mac lovers out there and Linux lovers and for all of you who is using a Linux-like environment. The Perl program should be installed by default and I’ll show you how check to see if it is installed on your Unix-like system or your Mac system. So for us Windows users, we’re going to download the GUI. So open up one of your favorite browsers, and once you have your browser up and running, let’s go to the URL. Let’s type in the address bar learn.perl.org/installing/windows.html. Hit Enter. Once we do that, it’s going to take us to our Windows platform page for the Perl download. So we want to go down to step 2 and go to the link that says Download. So click that link. It’ll actually take you to another page for our Perl IDE version. We want to click the first link or the first Perl version which is the Padre on Strawberry 5.12.3.0 Version 5. So click on the first link, Padre on Strawberry. It’s going to take us to our official download page and just click on the Padre on Strawberry link right here. Me I’ve already downloaded it but I’m just showing you guys. So download it and wait for it to install on your computer. Once you do that, I’m going to click out of my browser. Once you do that, once it downloads, you open it up and you just go through the installation process and click Next. You go to your Start menu. I believe All Programs. You should go to a folder that says Strawberry Perl. Me I’ve already dragged and dropped the icon on to my desktop, so the icon looks like this. It’s a blue butterfly. Once you double-click it, the IDE should load up for Perl. Let me just wait for mine to load for the first time. So for you Mac lovers out there and Unix lovers, this is what the shell looks like, or once you open up your command shell, this is what it should like. Once it does that, you can actually type which Perl. Which is just a Unix-like command to tell you where a program is located, the path. You can use another Unix command which is called What is Perl and it gives you a short description of the program. This is how you can tell if Perl is installed on your system by default for you Mac lovers out there. Let me go back here. I guess our program is still loading up. I accidentally opened up two of them, so I’ll just close one. This is what the text editor looked like for our IDE Perl environment. I’ll show you all the basics once we jump into the next lecture. But if you’re at this screen with our text editor from Perl, you’ve installed everything correctly and you’re ready to move on to our next part.
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Tim Bunce: DBD::Gofer
 
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Tim Bunce talks about DBD::Gofer, a stateless-proxy driver for communicating with a remote DBI. Taped at OSCON 2007 in Portland, OR.
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Linking MySQL to Access Using ODBC
 
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Linking MySQL to Access Using ODBC
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Redirect command output to a file
 
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This is the first part of how to use/mess with stdout/stderr
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Perl Tutorials -Part 99- Using placeholders in SQL
 
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Using placeholders in SQL
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CGI and Oracle - FusionFactory
 
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Did you know that lack of middleware is a common cause of IT projects going wrong? But what is middleware and why is it so important? See how CGI and Oracle have come together to built the Fusion Factory removing the risk and reducing the cost associated with such implementations.
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Downloading CPAN module - English
 
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Downloading CPAN module 1. Linux OS: There are several ways to download. Type cpan and press Enter. This gives us cpan prompt. Type install module name. 2. Windows OS: With installation of Perl on windows, a utility called PPM(Perl Package Module) gets installed. Type ppm install module name.
Python: Connecting to Databases
 
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Python: Connecting to a Database. See more at: http://www.damiantgordon.com/Videos/ProgrammingAndAlgorithms/MainMenu.html
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Perl Programming SELECT Query to Read MySQL Database
 
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Learn how to use SELECT Query to MySQL Database in Perl.
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How To Move to First, last position of current line In Vi Or Vim Editor In Linux
 
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How To Move to First, last position of current line In Vi Or Vim Editor In Linux A Step By Step Tutorial 0, $ First, last position of current line home, End First, last position of current line
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Profiling in Perl
 
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Profiling in Perl Speaker: Marian Marinov BG Perl Workshop 2014
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Connecting to a running sql anywhere database using sybase sql central tool
 
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In This Video , I will show you how to connect to a running sql anywhere database using sybase SQL Central Tool. Pre-requisites: 1) The database server must be already running before we attempt to connect to a database. 2) The database itself must be running, if it is not started start it before , connecting to it.
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PERL MySQL pt 2
 
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An example of 2 programs written in PERL. One can connect and input data into a MySQL Database and the other can connect and query a MySQL Database Source code: http://www.mediafire.com/?8w9z2y7o783sc3o
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Run and Connect to MS SQL Server on Linux Step by Step tutorial
 
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Run and Connect to MS SQL Server on Linux Step by Step tutorial
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Copy of Deep Dive Performance Analysis with InfoSphere Optim Performance Manager
 
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InfoSphere Optim Performance Manager is the defacto state of the art monitoring tool for all version and configuration of DB2 - from 9.1 to 10.5 and be it single instance, DPF of PureScale. There are lot of metrics in key metrics of DB2 which are presented in OPM in a more consumable and useful way. Still it might take DBAs to get used to it and maximize the potential of the tool. In this presentation some key workflow based approach is presented which help users to get to the problem determination quickly in a logical and progressive way. These uses cases and workflows are developed based on field experience and best practices which are broadly applicable in most of the customer scenarios for quick and deterministic complex database problem solving.
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Creating Custom Maps with John Coryat
 
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In this talk, developer John Coryat (of maps.huge.info and usnaviguide.com) will discuss the various techniques for creating custom maps in the Maps API, and the advantages and disadvantages of each. Demonstrations will include examples using a custom extension he wrote for overlaying images, and several examples of custom tile layers. This talk will be very useful for developers debating how to display large amounts of information on a map (especially polygonal data), or developers interested in creating custom maps from existing images. A PDF of the slides with a link to download them is here: http://www.usnaviguide.com/ws-2008-02/presentation.pdf
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Mysql Tutorial For Beginners - Creating a Database
 
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Mysql Tutorial For Beginners - Creating a Database MySQL for beginners requires you to first know Structured Query Language (SQL), a general query language, through which you can extract, sort, update, delete and insert data. With SQL, you can manipulate data as you used relational database management systems (RDBMS) such as MySQL, Access, Ingres MicrosoftSQL Server, PostgresSQL, Oracle, Sybase, etc. Structured Query Language (SQL) has full support from the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), which has laid down certain rules for its use. So, when you want to build a strong foundation in SQL, you can choose from one of the aforementioned RDBMS that is specific for your use. As a caveat, you should have to consider three primary factors before you opt for a database system, as follows: the platform on which you work, what you want to achieve and your finances. As you may know, all the important and common SQL statements are supported by any of these RDBMS; however, each RDBMS has its own set of proprietary statements and extensions. In layman's terms, a database stores or housed your data files (such as names and emails of your friends). If you use small programs such as Perl for your database, your information is displayed and your data analyzed based on the program's search criteria features. Some of the important features of MySQL for beginners are, as follows: a) It is very fast and much reliable for any type of application; b) Its command line tool is powerful that it can run SQL queries against database; c) It supports binary objects and indexing; d) It allows changes to structure of table while server is running; Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/7383798 Links : http://www.tutorialspoint.com/mysql/ https://www3.ntu.edu.sg/home/ehchua/programming/sql/MySQL_Beginner.html http://www.elated.com/articles/mysql-for-absolute-beginners/ http://www.mysqltutorial.org/ http://www.w3schools.com/sql/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FAXhXI2Gxdc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JcRvy-4rf1Y https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/a-basic-mysql-tutorial Related searches:mysql tutorial for beginners,mysql for beginners,mysql beginner,mysql beginner tutorial,mysql tutorial,mysql beginners Disclaimer: This video just a sharing for educational purpose only Credit: Credits to Udemy.com - MySQL Database For Beginners https://www.udemy.com/mysql-database-for-beginners2
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PostgreSQL
 
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PostgreSQL, often simply "Postgres", is an object-relational database management system (ORDBMS) with an emphasis on extensibility and standards-compliance. As a database server, its primary function is to store data, securely and supporting best practices, and retrieve it later, as requested by other software applications, be it those on the same computer or those running on another computer across a network (including the Internet). It can handle workloads ranging from small single-machine applications to large Internet-facing applications with many concurrent users. Recent versions also provide replication of the database itself for security and scalability. PostgreSQL implements the majority of the SQL:2011 standard, is ACID-compliant and transactional (including most DDL statements) avoiding locking issues using multiversion concurrency control (MVCC), provides immunity to dirty reads and full serializability; handles complex SQL queries using many indexing methods that are not available in other databases; has updateable views and materialized views, triggers, foreign keys; supports functions and stored procedures, and other expandability, and has a large number of extensions written by third parties. In addition to the possibility of working with the major proprietary and open source databases, PostgreSQL supports migration from them, by its extensive standard SQL support and available migration tools. And if proprietary extensions had been used, by its extensibility that can emulate many through some built-in and third-party open source compatibility extensions, such as for Oracle. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Prepared statement
 
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In database management systems, a prepared statement or parameterized statement is a feature used to execute the same or similar database statements repeatedly with high efficiency. Typically used with SQL statements such as queries or updates, the prepared statement takes the form of a template into which certain constant values are substituted during each execution. The typical workflow of using a prepared statement is as follows: This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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