The awareness of time zones might be a concern.
A DATETIME data type cannot be accurately compared to a date value defined as a character string. The character string must first be converted to the DATETIME data type.
You would use an outer join.
The JOIN conditions are located in the WHERE clause.
You would use an equijoin.
You receive a Cartesian product by not joining the tables. (This is also called a cross join.)
The main function of a subquery when used with a SELECT statement is to return data that the main query can use to resolve the query.
Yes, you can update more than one column using the same UPDATE and subquery statement.
Major disadvantages of an index include slowing batch jobs, storage space on the disk, and maintenance upkeep on the index.
Because query performance is improved by putting the column with the most restrictive values first.