this.dataGridView.AllowUserToAddRows = false; https://stackoverflow.com/questions/4212432/hide-the-extra-row-at-the-bottom-in-a-datagridview-in-a-winform-application
SELECT ID, NAME, PASSWORD, ENVIRONMENT
INSERT INTO tbl_USERS
(ENVIRONMENT, NAME, PASSWORD)
SELECT ‘global’ , NAME, PASSWORD
FROM tbl_USERS AS tbl_USERS_1
UPDATE table_name SET field_name = REPLACE(field_name, 'string part to replace', 'replacing_string')
- 200 (OK): This response code is returned if the document or file in question is
found and served correctly.
- 304 (Not Modified): This response code is returned if a browser has indicated that it has
a local, cached copy, and the server’s copy has not changed from
this cached copy.
- 401: (Unauthorized): This response code is generated if the request in question requires
authorization to access the requested document.
- 403 (Forbidden): This response code is returned if the requested document does not
have proper permissions to be accessed by the requestor.
- (404 Not Found): This response code is sent back if the file that is attempting to be
accessed could not be found (e.g., if it doesn’t exist).
- 500 (Internal Server Error): This code will be returned if the server that is being contacted has a
- 503 (Service Unavailable): This response code is generated if the server is too overwhelmed to
handle the request.
By default SQL query is case-insensitive, so if I query for ‘Finish’ I get both ‘Finish’ and ‘finish’ (and it could also include ‘FINISH’, ‘fiNish’ and so on).
In order to get only the case you wand use:
WHERE <field_name> COLLATE Latin1_General_CS_AS = ‘Finish’)