Hi community, I recently had a talk with a prospect using IBM QRadar for
monitoring its Oracle DB for suspicious user actions. I have not
encountered this tool so far and was wondering if anyone of our
community members might have some insights on QR...
Preface Handling very large, detailed polygons can result in subpar
performance.If you are performing joins using geospatial functions like
looking up if a point lies within an area (polygon) and you are
experience unusual high query runtimes, this g...
Hello everyone, my name is Lennart Nieratschker and I have been working
as a sales engineer for Exasol since 2019. The new community gives us
the opportunity to work even closer with our customers and partners.
With more communication, more knowledge...
Hi Steffen, I would strongly recommend you to use a python dictionary as
buffer for your JSON string, as this data-structure is already JSON
compliant. Then use json.dumps() to return an encoded JSON string.
exa.meta.input_columns[i].name Contains th...
Hi Flo,welcome to the Exasol community.What you are asking for is
basically the reverse of our recently implemented JSON functions.
Because those functions only feature JSON -> relational structure
operations and not the reverse operation those funct...
Let me explain a little bit why Charlie's answer is correct. To interact
with the database there is exactly one interface available: SQL. Whether
the SQL is directed to the database via JDBC or ODBC is irrelevant. In
any case it must be SQL. If you u...