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comment Python code running too slow (SQLITE)
What indices do you have on the table? Also, searching for %ERROR% is computationally expensive, is there an alternative that could work? I would also change Symbol LIKE, to Symbol = if you can.
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comment MySQL and Python: commits from one thread not visible to another thread, but visible from MySQL Workbench
Are the connections caching the table?
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comment Mockito in REST Webservice
@JosephJohny what you are describing is solved via dependency injection. I have added an example Spring configuration file for both production and testing. This way the Consumer code never changes, you just change which version of the WebService you use depending on the environment e.g. test, dev, prod.
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comment Coding Challenge in Java: Given Letters and Returning What Rank They are in
If you don't get a great response here, you may want to try the Code Review Stack Exchange.
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answered Execute Junit tests on classes in Android Studio without intialising mobile device / emulator
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answered Regular Expression if a file is a text file
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answered Check If String Input Is Not Equal To An Array of Strings
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answered Mockito in REST Webservice
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comment Using maven in scripts or adding a script-runner task at the end
Could you add the lines of code that attempts to catch the mvn exit code?
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answered Using maven in scripts or adding a script-runner task at the end
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comment How to prompt an SQL query user to input information
@samhatcher All you need is a language that has drivers for SQL Server, which will be most modern languages. AnySQL Maestro is simply a tool for connecting to and querying databases, so has no impact on the language you choose.
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answered Adding the output of Stack.pop()
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comment Complicated select statement
@GeR I am not suggesting this is the answer, but am guiding you in the right direction. Try combining it with the group by in your question, an order on the count and the LIMIT keyword.
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answered Complicated select statement
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