Data Recovery

How to Create Basic Index for your Stack Overflow Public Database

In this article we learn about the basic differences in clustered and nonclustered indexes, and how and why you should use nonclustered, basic indexes for stack overflow public databases Stack Overflow Public databases are those which have clustered indexes for all tables. It does not allow for nonclustered or full text databases, and does not even allow the user to store data from any stack site except Stackocerflow.com. One of the main reasons why you should have indexes in your database...

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How to Work with Joins in MS Access

This article will explain the significance of Joins in MS Access, and their types. In MS Access we deal with the set of tables that have some logical relationships with each other. Although a table can have as many relationships, a relationship can have only two tables. So in the context of a query, relationships are represented by joins. In context of any Relational database system, a SQL join is used to combine data from one or tables. As opposed to a query criteria, joins ensure that...

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7 Effective Ways to Recover Data from Inaccessible CD & DVD

If you have stored valuable data on a CD or DVD, it will be pretty frustrating to find the media inaccessible. Now, in this article, we’ll introduce you 7 effective means to recover data from the inaccessible CD and DVD. As we all know, CD and DVD is susceptible to corruption owing to its vulnerable surface. Any Improper handlings can damage the CD and DVD easily. Moreover, it is inevitable that with continuous use, CD and DVD will tend to become scratched. With times to access scratched...

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