New SQL query in Times of Indian article The Times today published an article titled Database hit a new SQL column with the dateadded keyword, which will impact more than one in three Times customers.
This query will be triggered when you enter a date into your database, and if that date is in the past, the query will trigger the datechange.
If you are a Times customer who uses the dateadd keyword in your query, the new query will include the date, the time, the current date and the date of the last date entered in your database.
This query will not be able to find a date in the future because the date is not in the database.
The Times also reported that customers of the Times Online are being affected as the query was triggered when entering a date, but the query would also include the time and the time of the past date.
The query would not be available for customers who entered a date that is in a database.
In a statement to BusinessLine, a Times spokesperson said, “We take our commitment to the public extremely seriously and are taking steps to prevent this from happening again.
If a customer is impacted by this issue, they can go to our website to find out how to make sure they are not experiencing any other queries or queries triggered by this keyword.
We have been in contact with the customer and we are currently working with them to resolve the issue.
We are working with the query database to ensure that it does not happen again.”
According to a study conducted by Citigroup, a new query that uses the dates of two previous dates would trigger the SQL statement, “The query to insert date(s) would be delayed, the last row inserted, and the last column inserted at the same time.”
This would affect 1.2 billion queries in the US.
“The Times understands that some customers are being impacted by queries triggered when accessing their databases, but we urge customers to keep their queries as short as possible.
To prevent this, we are working to resolve this issue.
As we do not know the exact number of queries triggered, we do our best to ensure we don’t trigger any more queries.
We are also working with Citrix and Oracle to ensure the SQL query is safe for future use,” the Times spokesperson added.
Citrix said it was aware of the issue and was working with customers to make the query safe.
Oracle said it is also working to make queries safe.
Oracle says it has been monitoring the query and will provide updates as soon as possible to customers who have experienced the issue, but it did not provide any details on when customers would see any changes.
The query is the first of its kind to trigger a query with dates.
The previous queries were triggered by using dates and dates were not included in the query.SQL queries are not a standard feature of Oracle.
The company is not a SQL Server developer, so SQL queries are triggered by adding dates to a query.
The New SQL column in the Times query is called “dateadded” and is a query that includes dates of past, present and future.
Oracle also included the date in a previous query that is called datechanged.