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Learn – MySQL Workbench

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Learn – MySQL WorkbenchMySQL Workbench is a unified visual database designing or graphical user interface tool used for working with database architects, developers, and Database Administrators. It is developed and maintained by Oracle. It provides SQL development, data modeling, data migration, and comprehensive administration tools for server configuration, user administration, backup, and many more. We can use this Server Administration for creating new physical data models, E-R diagrams, and for SQL development (run queries, etc.). It is available for all major operating systems like Mac OS, Windows, and Linux. MySQL Workbench fully supports MySQL Server version v5.6 and higher.MySQL Workbench covers five main functionalities,

Learn – MySQL Table Locking

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Learn – MySQL Table LockingA lock is a mechanism associated with a table used to restrict the unauthorized access of the data in a table. MySQL allows a client session to acquire a table lock explicitly to cooperate with other sessions to access the table’s data. MySQL also allows table locking to prevent it from unauthorized modification into the same table during a specific period.A session in MySQL can acquire or release locks on

Learn – MySQL Extract

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Learn – MySQL EXTRACT() function in MySQL is related to a DATE and DATETIME function. It is used to extract a portion of the DATE and DATETIME values. For example, we can extract the year portion, the month portion, the day portion, minutes, seconds, microseconds, etc. from the DATE and DATETIME value specified in the function argument. MySQL provides support for the EXTRACT function from version 4.0 and later. The following is the syntax that illustrates the use of the EXTRACT function in MySQL:

Learn – MySQL Procedure

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Learn – MySQL ProcedureA procedure (often called a stored procedure) is a collection of pre-compiled SQL statements stored inside the database. It is a subroutine or a subprogram in the regular computing language. A procedure always contains a name, parameter lists, and SQL statements. We can invoke the procedures by using triggers, other procedures and applications such as Java, Python, PHP, etc. It was first introduced in MySQL version 5. Presently, it can be supported by almost all relational database systems.If we consider the enterprise application, we alwa