Introduction Extensible Markup Language (XML) has been in existence for more than two decades. XML is a markup language for encoding documents in a format that is both human and machine readable. In XML, you define your own custom tags, elements and attributes to meet your specific needs. XML is case sensitive, allows comments and hierarchy is important. An XML file is a text file and can be opened with any text editor.
Introduction Parrot OS is a light Linux distribution based on Debian. Microsoft SQL Server or SQL Server is a relational database management system (RDBMS) developed by Microsoft. Starting with SQL Server 2017, Microsoft added Linux support and thus making any newer versions cross platform. This post steps through the process of SQL Server 2019 Developer edition installation on Parrot OS and contains the following topics: downloading and configuring MS SQL Server 2019 package repository running the SQL Server setup process installation of SQL Server command line tools installation Azure Data Studio running queries in Azure Data Studio The commands used in this post will also work on any Debian based distribution like Ubuntu, MX Linux, Linux Mint, Knoppix among many others.
Introduction I stumbled on Snowpack while searching for a solution to resolve a ParcelJS error. Building my application assets with ParcelJS worked without errors but when running the application, none of the JS scripts were running. Upon checking the browser console window, I was getting the following error: Uncaught (in promise) Error: Cannot find module. I never managed to resolve the error but Snowpack appeared in one of the searches.
PostgreSQL Connection Failure Sometimes, computers have a life of their own. You shut down your laptop and on the next boot, you are unable to connect to a PostgreSQL 12 database. Opening the installed Postgres.app, I notice it displays stale postmaster.pid file error. Postmaster.pid What the heck is the postmaster.pid file? Turns out that the postmaster.pid is a lock file used to prevent two instances of the same PostgreSQL server from running on the same data-directory.
In PostgreSQL, assume you have a table and view with the following definitions: CREATE TABLE boq_items ( id character varying(22) NOT NULL, item_no character varying(50) NOT NULL, activity_name character varying(255) NOT NULL, page_no int NOT NULL, qty numeric(14,2) NOT NULL, rate numeric(14,2) NOT NULL, bq_amt numeric(14,2) NOT NULL ); CREATE VIEW vw_boq_item_names AS SELECT activity_name FROM boq_items; Attempting to change the definition of activity_name column using ALTER TABLE boq_items ALTER activity_name TYPE text, ALTER activity_name SET NOT NULL; will return a cannot alter type of a column used by a view or rule.