Select the cells that contain the data: Figure 1: Select the table area Next, on the Home tab of the ribbon, find the group called "Styles".
Click on the button that says "Format as Table" (see figure 2): Figure 2: "Format as Table" button on the Styles group of the Home tab.
The first session will show a rowset with a snapshot taken once a second detailing the locks present and the being-processed queue items. Start Time; WAITFOR TIME @Time; BEGIN TRAN; --SET @Queue ID = ( -- SELECT TOP 1 Queue ID -- FROM dbo.
It works sometimes, and other times doesn't work at all. Queue WITH (READPAST, UPDLOCK) -- WHERE Status ID = 1 -- ready -- ORDER BY Queued Date, Queue ID --); --UPDATE dbo. Queue WITH (ROWLOCK, READPAST) WHERE Status ID = 1 ORDER BY Queued Date, Queue ID ) Q PRINT @Queue ID; WAITFOR DELAY ''; -- Release it partway through the test ROLLBACK TRAN; -- Simulate client disconnecting /* Session 3: Run a near-continuous series of "failed" queue processing.
After you’ve finished these steps, your table will look like figure 5.
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This article has been published on the Microsoft site (in Dutch) With the release of Excel 2007, Microsoft has introduced a new concept of working with tables of data.
This new functionality is (not surprisingly) called "Tables".