I was curious about, is there any way to get the size of all drives of a server using sql query. I found one as follows.
Today I got a concern from my colleague, how to find the size of database file using sql query. Here is query, you can alter this query according to your need.
SELECT DB_NAME(database_id) AS DatabaseName,
Name AS Logical_Name,
Physical_Name, (size*8)/1024 SizeMB
WHERE DB_NAME(database_id) = ‘master’
To open a web page or html page in new window there is function “open” of “window” object. The open() method opens a new browser window.
Open() method is compatible with all browsers like (Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Mozilla, Safari and Opera)
URL: Optional. Specifies the URL of the page to open. If no URL is specified, a new window with about:blank is opened.
Name: Optional. Specifies the target attribute or the name of the window. The following values are supported:
_blank – URL is loaded into a new window. This is default
_parent – URL is loaded into the parent frame
_self – URL replaces the current page
_top – URL replaces any framesets that may be loaded
name – The name of the window (Note: the name does not specify the title of the new window)
Specs: Optional. A comma-separated list of items, no whitespaces. The following values are supported:
channelmode= [yes|no|1|0] – Whether or not to display the window in theater mode. Default is no. IE only
directories= [yes|no|1|0] – Obsolete. Whether or not to add directory buttons. Default is yes. IE only
fullscreen= [yes|no|1|0] Whether or not to display the browser in full-screen mode. Default is no. A window in full-screen mode must also be in theater mode. IE only
height= pixels The height of the window. Min. value is 100
left= pixels The left position of the window. Negative values not allowed
location= [yes|no|1|0] Whether or not to display the address field. Opera only
menubar= [yes|no|1|0] Whether or not to display the menu bar
resizable= [yes|no|1|0] Whether or not the window is resizable. IE only
scrollbars= [yes|no|1|0] Whether or not to display scroll bars. IE, Firefox & Opera only
status= [yes|no|1|0] Whether or not to add a status bar
titlebar= [yes|no|1|0] Whether or not to display the title bar. Ignored unless the calling application is an HTML Application or a trusted dialog box
toolbar= [yes|no|1|0] Whether or not to display the browser toolbar. IE and Firefox only
top= pixels The top position of the window. Negative values not allowed
width= pixels The width of the window. Min. value is 100
replace: Optional. Specifies whether the URL creates a new entry or replaces the current entry in the history list. The following values are supported:
true – URL replaces the current document in the history list
false – URL creates a new entry in the history list
Much awaited discussion point’s are below on Spike v/s Stretch. We sometimes get confused to take story as a stretch or a Spike. Below written will explain you the clear difference between a Spike and a Stretch story.
Spike is an invention of Extreme Programming (XP), is a special type of story that is used to drive out risk and uncertainty in a user story or other project facet.
At the end of a sprint, the spike is done or not-done, just like any other story.
Spikes may be used for a number of reasons:
A stretch goal is a task or story that has been scheduled into a Sprint but that is not committed. It is considered a cherry on top, so a task that the Team hopes to get done in the sprint but isn’t absolutely sure they’ll get to.
Stretch stories are useful to help a Product Owner ensure that they have defined enough stories for the team to continue work uninterrupted during a iteration when things go well. That said, the designation of “stretch story” is only valid for the current iteration.
If the team does not complete a stretch story, that story simply becomes one of many stories available to the Product Owner to consider for inclusion in the next iteration. Since priorities can change, the Product Owner may or may not choose to include that story in the next iteration.
Both PRIMARY KEY and UNIQUE KEY enforces the Uniqueness of the values (i.e. avoids duplicate values) on the column[s] on which it is defined. Also these key’s can Uniquely identify each row in database table.