Using SQL Server 2014’s New In-Memory OLTP

There’s no doubt that the most important new feature that Microsoft added to SQL Server 2014 is the new In-Memory OLTP engine. The In-Memory OLTP engine enables you to move select tables and stored procedures into memory for high-performance, low-latency data access. With CPU processing speeds plateauing and memory capacities expanding, Microsoft turned to utilizing RAM to get increased OLTP processing speeds. The new In-Memory OLTP...

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npm private modules are coming soon!

We know you’ve all been eagerly waiting… because you’ve been telling us. A lot. We’re really happy to say that we are very close to the release of npm private modules. You can keep your private code private while still getting all of the benefits of having it on npm: dependency management with semantic versioning and easy distribution of your private code to your team or clients. We were wondering whether you could tell us just...

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QSqlTableModel issues with saving changes

Hey everyone, I am having some trouble getting changes to save to my QSqlTableModel (Both the model itself and the underlying database). The way I go about doing the changes is grabbing the current QSqlRecord, making the changes to the copy of it and then submitting it to the QSqlTableModel with setRecord() and submitAll() calls. If there is a better way to go about this then what I am doing I would love to hear about that also....