The default output mode for SQLite is the `list` mode. Let’s look at ways to customize how it outputs data from queries and gotchas to look out for.
In this example, we will see how to set up a link to a MySQL instance using SQL Server. By doing this, we will have access to write queries against a remote MySQL database any time data access is needed.
Recently I was working on a project involving MySQL and needed to partition and rank results in a SELECT statement. This is a pretty straightforward approach in SQL Server using ROW_NUMBER() or RANK(). In my particular case I needed functionality equivalent to ROW_NUMBER() with partitioning by a single column and sorting by another. Below is an alternative since earlier versions of MySQL do not have an equivalent ROW_NUMBER() function.