Ordering by multiple columns in Prisma - prisma

I know currently Prisma doesn't support ordering by multiple scalars fields, (see this issue: https://github.com/prisma/prisma/issues/62).
But, I'm wondering if there is someone who found a solution to work around this issue without using executeRaw mutation (raw SQL) because I have many places in my code where I need to order by multiple fields and I don't want to use executeRaw in so many places.
I will appreciate any suggestions. Thank you!


Complex Hibernate Queries

Im wondering if its possible to implement the following type of functionality in a Java Spring/Hibernate application. A user might have, in addition to first, last name, email, etc. a profile, the contents of which consist of a paragraph. Would it be possible to write a query such that users could be grouped based a certain matching keywords or phrases? The only way I can think to accomplish this would be too loop through the entire database and perform comparisons. This would be exceeding slow and would also defeat the whole purpose of a database.
Any suggestions pointing me in the right way much appreciated.

Is there way to manipulate entire row (or column) of data using SmartXLS

I have looked at their documentation and noticed that there are not many ways to manipulate entire rows or columns. They provide ways to manipulate range of data but not the whole.
I have been checking out http://www.smartxls.com/sample-list.htm but not really having any luck.
Would anybody know how? Knowing how many columns there are or rows there are would let me use those range methods but I do not think I see anything of that sort
I am now using Workbook.ExportDataTable then use Rows and Columns .Count to know the end.
If there are better ways, let me know.

DynamoDB Update Item

Could someone please give some basic code on how to update items? I am using it an have an app that needs to add/delete values to list and map properties on table items without completely deleting the value. I also have a number property that I need to use as counter. In AWS documentation it simply states to re-save the entire object. I know it is possible to update items in this manner however I cannot seem to find any code. My app is in objective c however this seems like a problem for many people using many languages so this may be a great place to answer this for any and all languages. Thanks.

Which is the most efficient way to bulk insert to a Oracle database?

As a part of my requirement in office, Im required to write an C# console application that pulls bulk data from an Oracle CRM ON Demand server and pushes it to a local Oracle DB.
Now, after much research I decided to use Array Binding feature of ODP.NET which from my understanding gives the best performance.
But here's the problem, The data I'm required to pull has a total of over 50 fields/columns per record/row. So I'm required to create that many string arrays?
Can I achieve the same(Array Binding) using a data table with 50+ columns, instead of string arrays? If so, how? (I have done enough research on this and couldn't find a solution) I know I could use OracleBulkCopy class, but from what I've read here its not so efficient and the performance is poor when compared to Array Binding.
Also, Will my application be still efficient if I use so many arrays? Because when i discussed this option with my colleagues, they claim its not a good design to have so many arrays in your application.
The above concerns have had me stuck for the past few days, can anyone please help me with the best solution approach for my problem? I need this fixed as soon as possible.
But here's the problem, The data I'm required to pull has a total of over 50 fields/columns per record/row. So I'm required to create that many string arrays?
Unfortunalely, yes. I had exactly the same problem, and I didn't find a better solution than the one you suggested. A DataTable is an option only if you want to use classic ADO.NET.
Dont't worry about performance : my application inserts 20 millions rows par days with Array Binding, and I dont't have performance or memory problem. But I agree with your colleagues, the code is not pretty.

Handling Internationalization using Hibernate

we are working on a travelling portal which is going to be in place for all major locales and currently using Struts2+Spring+Hibernate as core platforms.
for handling localization for static contents like labels and other things we can easily achieve with the build in support of Struts2 using resource bundles.
but when it comes for the dynamic contents like we have a destination and it is going to have a lot of dynamic contents like its descriptions,places of interests etc.
since this data can be quite large and we can not solve this problem with resource bundle so there needs some way to store this data in the database and fetch the respected coronets based on the locale information.
My question is how best we can do this with hibernate? currently we have only one table for destination which is containing major information about the destination and all other information about related to Destination is in there respective tables,so its not seems good idea to create columns in each table for each locale since we in advance do not know how many more locales can be added in future so idea is to come up with a generic or a more flexible solution.
Any suggestion/help in this regard will be much appreciated
After doing some analysis all i came to conclusion that we can achieve the above objective using Hibernate user type,My question is have any one tried this way..or do any one have achieved the goal by some other way..any suggestion in this case will be helpful.
Take a look at this answer for internationalization with Hibernate: https://stackoverflow.com/a/7612810/412446