Partition Fact Table

As Ian suggests, you may be far better off investigating why Cognos is performing so poorly.For example, do you have an ideal index to support the query(s) involved?

1. Table Header not Visible

Ok the problem seen to be with Google Page cache when it is enabled on the server side. I presume with it is mergiung all the CSS & Scripts together thsi does not ply welll with knockout. Problem solved to an extent as all the headers ae back.

2. Large Lego Table for

Razor Pocket Pros Yo-Yo Zombie Candy Green' The response system consists of two reversable silicone pads. One side has dimples for a quick response and the other is smooth to make the yoyo less responsive. Colors May Vary ..............

3. Add a WHERE to a joined table

You need get attribute details using Mage::getResourceModel('customer/customer') Model by attribute code .If your attribute code is store_state the you can get it attribute table name and attribute using below code.$table been taken by can take dynamic by above codeAs customer_entity_varchar table has lots of record with different attribute so you need to put attribute id in join query condition.

4. Create custom table with pagination

Query extenders is a concept of low-level database queries. Content entities do not have that. The extenders just add the ability to do something, they do not do anything out of the box.Both the pager and table sort functionality is built-in in entity queries. Just call pager() and tableSort() as you would do with a raw query after adding the extenders

5. Do we say on the side of the table or at the side of the table?

The answer to your question depends on the action taking place. We say, "Put the book on the side of the table." It will sit on the surface of the table. But we say, "Put the chair at the side of the table". The chair is actually on the floor and you are placing it alongside the table.

6. How to disassemble a pool table?

hit it with a hammer it falls into peices

7. Latex table design

After cleaning up your table typesetting (correct errors in multicolumn and superfluous empty columns, I add package booktabs, I (in the first iterration) make the following MWE:which gives:With this is solved some your problems. And MWE is now ready for further improvements of your table, if it is desired. For example use S columns from siuntx package for better aligning numbers in columns, makecell for nicer column headers with use macro thead etc. As you see, I omit scaling of table (I do not know, if it is really necessary), replace begincenter ... endcenter with centering

8. Lots of text in one table cell

So far I sticked to framed description solution. The labels in description are given from former table heading. Description environment breaks nicely across pages and framed environment generates sensible rules. I also added hrules between items of description as described here. The final solution looks like this:

9. Etiquette about elbows on table?

Your elbows should never be on the table. Etiquette does not dictate whether its home or away

10. Doubt on creating table in database?

the number of columns in a DB do little to impact performance. It is all about how many rows, and what fields you are most often querying on. A table with 100 attributes sounds like it may be able to be broken up. Here are a few questions... Of the 100 attributes, do all rows have a value for all 100 attributes? When entering rows, do you find youself using values of N/A, Null, or '' (empty string)? Do you have any multi valued attributes such as phone1, phone2, phone3? Even worse, how about phone1, phonetype1, phone2, phonetype2, etc? If you ansered yes to any of these qeustions, then breaking this up into multiple tables with the same primary key value is probably a good idea.

11. Group and Count Pivot Table

If you are willing to add a helper column, you can use COUNTIF() to get your summary table.Starting with your data table :Add a helper column, which uses CONCATENATE to create a composite index, seperated by a delimiter (I used semicolon here) :=CONCATENATE(A2,";",C2)You can then build your summary table :Calculating the number of Errors for each CaseId would simply be counting the number of times the string 'CaseID;Error' occurs in the INDEX column=COUNTIF(D:D,CONCATENATE(F2,";Error"))The number of "Possible Errors" would be the total number of results of that CaseID minus the CaseIds that were 'NA' :=COUNTIF(A:A,F2)-COUNTIF(D:D,CONCATENATE(F2,";NA"))The totals should be a simple SUM() formula :)Hope this helps

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