Mich Talebzadeh is a database expert with large DBA and architecture experience with special interests in Sybase and Oracle. He specializes in creating database architectures for large global trading systems involving heterogeneous databases. Mich is based in London and serves as Chairman of the Sybase Future Forum. He is a frequent speaker at Sybase Techforum and other international database conferences. Dr. Talebzadeh holds a Ph.D in Particle Physics from Imperial College, University of London and C.E.R.N., Geneva, Switzerland. He can answer any of your Sybase questions.
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Contributions from Mich Talebzadeh
- Views vs. Stored procedures
- Database tip: Understanding joins and set theory
- Database tip: All about subqueries
- Types of joins and set theory
- What is database refreshing?
- How are checkpoints used in Sybase?
- Can't find lost sa password in errorlog file
- Calling another stored procedure's temp table
- Error loading 12.5.2 on Mac data into 12.9.2 on HP
- DROP versus TRUNCATE table
- Working with 'Monster SQL'
- Error dumping database
- Searching tables one at a time to track report values
- Tasks that use the OS-level logon ID
- Query hints to override optimizer
- Sybase/Solaris master with Sybase/Linux replicas for production environment
- Lost the 'sa' password
- Estimating the database size
- Preventing programs from connecting to the database
- Loading an ASE database into an IQ database