I have a CSV sheet w/ all the appointments made at different locations which have the client ID number. I would like to take the client ID from the appointment table and match it with the Client Table to find out their name, number and email and which location they booked at.
Hi All i have a table like attached image needs first negative balance date followed by second last positive balance means 7769 . -3752...like attached image needs first negative balance date followed by second last positive balance means 7769 . -3752.86 2018-08-10 08:06:35 1 min job for expert send query in your reply budget : 500 INR
I have MongoDB collection. I have to group the documents in that collection based on the monthly cycle. For example, the cycle date is 20 of each month. I have to group the documents like 20/06/2018 to 19/07/2018 , 20/07/2018 to 19/08/2018.
I need someone to write a simple sql query to copy fields between tables
It should run in AWS Beanstalk and listen to SQS events * Small project to run in one or more instances at the same time. * Using Mysql and record logs (EmailQueue models for email sendings, SystemEmailQueue for system email programming and EmailLog to record logs) * SQS cue to receive events and launch emails * SQS cue to recieve AWS SES events
we have a form for insert data, we need on submit to create a query before to process to check if data exist and IF exist show a modal with alert and name of data else process
I need someone freelancer to help me to fix the query below: select count(distinct p.products_id) as total from (products p) left join manufacturers m on (m.manufacturers_id=p.manufacturers_id) left join specials s on p.products_id = s.products_id left join tax_rates tr on p.products_tax_class_id = tr.tax_class_id left join zones_to_geo_zones gz on
Query on Office 365 Excel Online to export the data. No bootstrapping. Need to use Dojo or jQuery, or find a way to get it into that format for me to use.
Project Duration: 1 Hour Project Overview When trying to run this query: SET `description` = REPLACE(`description`, 'â€™', ''') WHERE `description` like 'â€™%' We get the following error: #1064 - You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MariaDB server version for the rig...
I am currently getting a 500 error on my website. I traced it back to an SQL query (SELECT XYZ FROM zip_code INNER JOIN city ON zip_code.city_id = city.city_id INNER JOIN region ON city.region_id = region.region_id INNER JOIN country ON region.country_id = country.country_id). The INNER JOIN country ON region.country_id = country.country_id part of
Scrape from a google spreadsheet into a database on Azure or EC2, and create a UI for non-technical people to query. Make sure certain users can add but cannot delete data from the db. Also the UI should sanitize and validate the data before entering it int the database.