Is it possible for a SQL table’s index to get fragmented even if its data doesn’t get updated, inserted or deleted?
Android 4.4 does not by default support TLS versions greater than 1.0. This can be an issue if you are developing a mobile app that needs to call an API over SSL that uses a more recent version of TLS.
Within .Net Core we can set the ASPNETCORE_ENVIRONMENT inside our web.config files.
Creating successful SQL indexes is an art. I was reminded of this recently when I was looking at the indexing of a set of reporting tables, with each table expected to accommodate 100 million record.