MSSQL installed features

I am looking for a command simliar to the @@VERSION variable that will tell me features installed in my MSSQL instance (e.g. SSIS/SSRS etc..). Is there a simple way to pull this information through a SQL script


Many of these features live outside the SQL instance, so they are not query-able. The tool provided is the Features Discovery Report, which is explained in detail in this blog post.

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Fork parent child communication

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I need some way for the parent process to communicate with each child separately.

Django share unpicklable objects between requests


I am currently working on a Django project that will hopefully make some transformations to videofiles thru the web. To make the transformation to the videos, I am using opencv's python API and I a...

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