I lost my Dad to lung cancer over 20 years ago. So many times over the years I’ve wished he was here. To share his wisdom. To share his laughter and shenanigans with his grandkids. To play one more game of cards. To give me insight into who I am.
It gets better with time, but there are still reminders that come up. I take…
Hi nadeem mohammad! No, you shouldn’t have to repeat any steps unless you are setting up a brand new instance. After your restart your Mac, you should only have to use “docker start [containername]” in the Terminal to boot the container you created. Hope this helps!
AMRESH PANDEY: The OS in the Docker container does not have direct access to your files on your Mac. You will need to copy your file from your host computer into the Docker container using the docker cp command. After you’ve copied the file, you should be able to reference the “local” file that is inside the container. Hope this helps!
That’s awesome! Keep it up! I have gotten so much enjoyment out of playing bass guitar over the years.
I’ve had an idea kicking around in my head for years of using the under-appreciated role of bass guitar as an analogy for the ideal team member. Maybe one day I’ll figure out how to express that :)
Yeah, that still doesn’t show how the parameters are being set.
You might try setting the default language of your SQL database. The language setting has an effect on interpretation and display of dates in and out of SQL.
Yes, it sounds like you are passing the value of date/time as a string instead of first converting it to a DateTime data type. On your Windows PC, it might be able to automatically convert the string to a DateTime. Maybe you could show me some of the relevant code using a GitHub gist?
Hi Eudson Bambo,
There’s lots of different ways of handling dates. If you are using C#, you should be passing data to SQL Server using the SqlDbType.DateTime parameter type, and pass the date value as a C# DateTime variable without converting it to a string. The ADO.NET driver should properly handle passing the date value to…