PowerShell: Find & Replace SQL Server Stored Procedure Code En Masse Based On Custom Criteria

Today, a need came-up where a bunch of stored procedures had to be altered based on certain criteria. Easy way: Obviously, the easiest way would be to script out the stored procedures to a file/editor and do Find/Replace with the UI dialog. However, this does not work if there are lots of stored procedures and … Continue reading PowerShell: Find & Replace SQL Server Stored Procedure Code En Masse Based On Custom Criteria

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PowerShell – Case-insensitive String Replacement

The problem: Replace "a" with "b" case-insensitively You have a simple string and you want to replace all "a" with "b" in a case-insensitive manner. First attempt (fail): PS C:\Windows\system32> [string] $someString = 'aAaAaAaA' $SomeString.Replace('a', 'b') #Result bAbAbAbAbA What happened? The [string].Replace() method is case-sensitive Second attempt (looks like it works but not quite): PS … Continue reading PowerShell – Case-insensitive String Replacement

Oracle – Compare Text Files With 10 Million Lines In 10 Minutes Using 10 Lines Of Code – EXTERNAL Tables

The goal of this post is to compare two text files that may have millions of lines and compare them to quickly find out which lines differ using Oracle EXTERNAL tables. As an Oracle professional, “external tables” are something you may already be familiar with or maybe you have heard about them but not used … Continue reading Oracle – Compare Text Files With 10 Million Lines In 10 Minutes Using 10 Lines Of Code – EXTERNAL Tables