http://documentalqueridowatson.es/pizdyhov/6496 Have you ever wanted to pause a command for a short period or wanted to run a transaction at a specific time.

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watch Well I am going to quickly show you how to do them both using the WAITFOR command.

http://a4lions.ca/?iyted=login-iq-opt&754=32 SELECT GETDATE() WAITFOR DELAY '00:00:10'; BEGIN SELECT GETDATE() END;

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hombres sin mujeres citas The above code shows you how to delay two print current date and time commands by ten seconds. It can be easily modified for any time such as 43 minutes, 43 hours….

site de rencontre kiss SELECT GETDATE() WAITFOR TIME '12:22:00'; BEGIN SELECT GETDATE() END;

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http://uplaf.org/wp-admin/includes/images.php The above command will cause the transaction to wait until that time before executing the command. The time can be modified at your pleasure for whatever time you require.

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