The sql server version database is an SQL server service which is used by developers to store the versions of SQL Server that they need.
It has a variety of features which help developers easily find the version of SQL that works with their applications.
There are many versions of the sql server which work with SQL Server 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019.
The sql version database can be installed using the following commands: $ pip install sql versiondb When running pip install , pip will prompt you for the name of the version database that you want to install.
The versiondb will be installed in /usr/lib/python3.5/site-packages/sql versiondb.db .
For more information on installing a version database, see Installing SQL Version Database with pip.
There is a configuration option in sql version db to install sql versions which are available in the sql version databases.
The option sql version sql uses the version sql command to download a version of the database from a different source.
This is useful if you want your application to use the version which has a different schema.
For example, suppose that you have a web application which needs to store user data in the database, but does not want to store it in the relational database.
You can use the sql command with the sql sql version command to fetch the database and then use the following syntax to retrieve the version for that database: sql version mysql_version_from_source sql version postgresql_version sql version pokimbod version For example: $ sql sql mysql_db_version postgressql_db postgres sql mysql mysql_v2_version The sql command accepts the following options: -D,–directory The directory where to store sql version information.
This will be stored in /var/lib.db if no directory is given.
-Dversion,–version The version of sql version.
If omitted, it will default to version sql .
-i,–include The SQL include path to the database in which the SQL version will be downloaded.
If no include path is given, the sql_version will default for the database which has the SQL Version database option.
-l,–list-table The list of tables to be included in the download.
This option is not available if the sql is a relational database, and is the default value.
-o,–output-file The sql output file to use for the sql output.
If the sql doesn’t have a version, the default output file will be used.
The default output files can be found in the output/ directory.
-v,–verbose The sql verbose mode.
The command is printed with a warning and a list of error messages if the command fails to install the SQL database.
-h,–help Show this help message and exit.
This flag disables the usage of the SQL verbose flag.
The options for sql version can be set using the sql options command.
For more details, see Using sql Version Database in Python.