Find recent object changes in SQL Server Database

Submitted by Asif Nowaj, Last Modified on 2019-11-08

If some new or existing user tables or stored procedure is added or modified in a particular database and server, you can find the list of the object's name with help of below query.

This becomes helpful when you keep changing the database objects and at some point you decided to update those changes to the source control system. Then you need to know what are the database objects that you have changed after last day you checked in the details in source control.

Ruminant stomach

Submitted by Mousumi Sepai, Last Modified on 2019-11-08

Stomach is a muscular chamber or series of chambers that serve as a receiving site for recently injested food, secreting digestive enzymes and lubricating mucus, and macerates food while fixing it with the gastric juices, the mucus and enzymes partially liquify solid foods before they are injected in to the small intestine. The stomach terminates at the pilorous which is the open from the stomach leading into deordinal, the opening is sorrounded by asmooth muscles called piloric sphincter.

System.Configuration.ConfigurationErrorsException - Configuration system failed to initialize - Only one <configSections> element allowed per config file and if present must be the first child of the root <configuration> element.

Submitted by Asif Nowaj, Last Modified on 2019-11-22
Exception: System.Configuration.ConfigurationErrorsException Message: Configuration system failed to initialize Inner Exception Message: Only one element allowed per config file and if present must be the first child of the root element. Find here how to fix it.

FEEDING SYSTEM AND MECHANISM OF NEMATODE

Submitted by Mousumi Sepai, Last Modified on 2019-11-08

All nematodes possess a similar digestive system or tract that consists of a mouth, sometimes reffered to as a stoma, the pharynx or oesophagus, and the intestine. While present in all nematodes, there is some room for variation of these structures besed on the feeding habits of the different species. The most important types of nematode feeding or trophic groups include:

Algivores:- Nematodes found in aquatic environments and rarely in soil that feed primarily on algae.

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