MySQL – How to Generate Random Number

In MySQL, UUID() function returns Universal Unique Identifier that generates 36 characters long value which is 5 part hexadecimal numbers. If you want to generate random password, you can make use of this function which generate random number.


Returns the string 85aeb064-8f73-11e5-85ef-02fcc4101968 (Note that this is random, when you execute you will get different value). As the total length is 36, you can make use of the result to get a random password with any length.

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Interview Question of the Week #056 – How to fix Installation Failure – Rule “Setup account privileges” Failed in SQL Server

Sometimes in the interviews I observe that users are able to answer all the theoretical questions correct but when it is about doing practical they fail. A while ago, when I was helping a large organization with interview, suddenly their DBA reported that one of their server has installation error.…
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