I am wondering if the use of :
in an Oracle query with outobs = 10 in the Proc Sql statement could cause records that are in the table not to be be selected.
I am trying to select 10 records that have a certain status code. I wanted to randomly pick the records and limit the number of records.
If there are only 30 records on the table that meet the criteria, it is possible that all of the 30 records are being bypassed because of the randomizing routine causing me to get no records in my selection?
I'm trying, I really am. But I've seen so many wrong approaches involving date(time) boundaries I despair about my inability to explain it. I've seen quite a few recently that define a non-leap year as 364 days, or 366 days and the list goes on.
Shell script to create broker configuration file using current broker Configuration, solely for purpose of backup on Linux.
Script may need to be modified depending on OS-installation.
Please deploy and verify the script in a test environment.
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