Instance - definition of instance by The Free Dictionary

This topic provides a step-by-step procedure for adding features to an instance of SQL Server 2017. Some SQL Server components or services are specific to an instance of SQL Server. These are also known as instance-aware. They share the same version as the instance that hosts them, and are used exclusively for that instance. You can add the instance-aware components to an instance SQL Server, along with the shared components of if they are not already installed. For a list of features that are supported by the editions of SQL Server, see Editions and supported features of SQL Server 2017 .

For local installations, you must run Setup as an administrator. If you install SQL Server from a remote share, you must use a domain account that has read permissions on the remote share.

When you add features to an instance of SQL Server 2017, the existing usage report settings are applied to the newly-added features. To change these settings, use the SQL Server Error and Usage Reporting tool on the SQL Server Configuration Tools menu.

It's England in the 1660s, Charles II has been restored to the throne following years of civil war and Oliver Cromwell's short-lived republic. Oxford is the intellectual seat of the country, a place of great scientific, religious, and political ferment. A fellow of New College is found dead in suspicious circumstances. A young woman is accused of his murder.

We hear the story of the death from four witnesses—each tells his own version of what happened. Only one reveals the extraordinary truth.

An Instance of the Fingerpost is an utterly compelling historical mystery with a plot that twists and turns and keeps the reader guessing until the very last page.

French, from Late Latin instantia , from Latin, the fact of being present or impending, vehemence in speech, urgency, from instant- , instans insistent, pressing, from present participle of instare to be pressing, stand upon

mid-14c., "urgency," from Old French instance "eagerness, anxiety, solicitation" (13c.), from Latin instantia "presence, effort intention; earnestness, urgency," literally "a standing near," from instans (see instant ). In Scholastic logic, "a fact or example" (early 15c.), from Medieval Latin instantia , used to translate Greek enstasis . This led to use in phrase for instance "as an example" (1650s), and the noun phrase To give (someone) a for instance (1953, American English).

You have tried to refer to a non-shared member of a class from within a shared procedure. The following example demonstrates such a situation.

In the preceding example, the assignment statement x = 10 generates this error message. This is because a shared procedure is attempting to access an instance variable.

The variable x is an instance member because it is not declared as Shared . Each instance of class sample contains its own individual variable x . When one instance sets or changes the value of x , it does not affect the value of x in any other instance.

In object-oriented programming (OOP), an instance is a concrete occurrence of any object , existing usually during the runtime of a computer program. Formally, "instance" is synonymous with "object" as they are each a particular value (realization), and these may be called an instance object ; "instance" emphasizes the distinct identity of the object. The creation of an instance is called instantiation.

In class-based programming , objects are created from classes by subroutines called constructors , and destroyed by destructors . An object is an instance of a class, and may be called a class instance or class object ; instantiation is then also known as construction. Not all classes can be instantiated – abstract classes cannot be instantiated, while classes that can be instantiated are called concrete classes . In prototype-based programming , instantiation is instead done by copying (cloning) a prototype instance.

An object may be varied in a number of ways. Each realized variation of that object is an instance of its class. Each time a process runs, it is an instance of some program . That is, it is a member of a given class that has specified values rather than variables . In a non-programming context, you could think of "dog" as a type and your particular dog as an instance of that class. [1]

This topic provides a step-by-step procedure for adding features to an instance of SQL Server 2017. Some SQL Server components or services are specific to an instance of SQL Server. These are also known as instance-aware. They share the same version as the instance that hosts them, and are used exclusively for that instance. You can add the instance-aware components to an instance SQL Server, along with the shared components of if they are not already installed. For a list of features that are supported by the editions of SQL Server, see Editions and supported features of SQL Server 2017 .

For local installations, you must run Setup as an administrator. If you install SQL Server from a remote share, you must use a domain account that has read permissions on the remote share.

When you add features to an instance of SQL Server 2017, the existing usage report settings are applied to the newly-added features. To change these settings, use the SQL Server Error and Usage Reporting tool on the SQL Server Configuration Tools menu.

It's England in the 1660s, Charles II has been restored to the throne following years of civil war and Oliver Cromwell's short-lived republic. Oxford is the intellectual seat of the country, a place of great scientific, religious, and political ferment. A fellow of New College is found dead in suspicious circumstances. A young woman is accused of his murder.

We hear the story of the death from four witnesses—each tells his own version of what happened. Only one reveals the extraordinary truth.

An Instance of the Fingerpost is an utterly compelling historical mystery with a plot that twists and turns and keeps the reader guessing until the very last page.

French, from Late Latin instantia , from Latin, the fact of being present or impending, vehemence in speech, urgency, from instant- , instans insistent, pressing, from present participle of instare to be pressing, stand upon

mid-14c., "urgency," from Old French instance "eagerness, anxiety, solicitation" (13c.), from Latin instantia "presence, effort intention; earnestness, urgency," literally "a standing near," from instans (see instant ). In Scholastic logic, "a fact or example" (early 15c.), from Medieval Latin instantia , used to translate Greek enstasis . This led to use in phrase for instance "as an example" (1650s), and the noun phrase To give (someone) a for instance (1953, American English).

This topic provides a step-by-step procedure for adding features to an instance of SQL Server 2017. Some SQL Server components or services are specific to an instance of SQL Server. These are also known as instance-aware. They share the same version as the instance that hosts them, and are used exclusively for that instance. You can add the instance-aware components to an instance SQL Server, along with the shared components of if they are not already installed. For a list of features that are supported by the editions of SQL Server, see Editions and supported features of SQL Server 2017 .

For local installations, you must run Setup as an administrator. If you install SQL Server from a remote share, you must use a domain account that has read permissions on the remote share.

When you add features to an instance of SQL Server 2017, the existing usage report settings are applied to the newly-added features. To change these settings, use the SQL Server Error and Usage Reporting tool on the SQL Server Configuration Tools menu.

It's England in the 1660s, Charles II has been restored to the throne following years of civil war and Oliver Cromwell's short-lived republic. Oxford is the intellectual seat of the country, a place of great scientific, religious, and political ferment. A fellow of New College is found dead in suspicious circumstances. A young woman is accused of his murder.

We hear the story of the death from four witnesses—each tells his own version of what happened. Only one reveals the extraordinary truth.

An Instance of the Fingerpost is an utterly compelling historical mystery with a plot that twists and turns and keeps the reader guessing until the very last page.

French, from Late Latin instantia , from Latin, the fact of being present or impending, vehemence in speech, urgency, from instant- , instans insistent, pressing, from present participle of instare to be pressing, stand upon

This topic provides a step-by-step procedure for adding features to an instance of SQL Server 2017. Some SQL Server components or services are specific to an instance of SQL Server. These are also known as instance-aware. They share the same version as the instance that hosts them, and are used exclusively for that instance. You can add the instance-aware components to an instance SQL Server, along with the shared components of if they are not already installed. For a list of features that are supported by the editions of SQL Server, see Editions and supported features of SQL Server 2017 .

For local installations, you must run Setup as an administrator. If you install SQL Server from a remote share, you must use a domain account that has read permissions on the remote share.

When you add features to an instance of SQL Server 2017, the existing usage report settings are applied to the newly-added features. To change these settings, use the SQL Server Error and Usage Reporting tool on the SQL Server Configuration Tools menu.

It's England in the 1660s, Charles II has been restored to the throne following years of civil war and Oliver Cromwell's short-lived republic. Oxford is the intellectual seat of the country, a place of great scientific, religious, and political ferment. A fellow of New College is found dead in suspicious circumstances. A young woman is accused of his murder.

We hear the story of the death from four witnesses—each tells his own version of what happened. Only one reveals the extraordinary truth.

An Instance of the Fingerpost is an utterly compelling historical mystery with a plot that twists and turns and keeps the reader guessing until the very last page.

This topic provides a step-by-step procedure for adding features to an instance of SQL Server 2017. Some SQL Server components or services are specific to an instance of SQL Server. These are also known as instance-aware. They share the same version as the instance that hosts them, and are used exclusively for that instance. You can add the instance-aware components to an instance SQL Server, along with the shared components of if they are not already installed. For a list of features that are supported by the editions of SQL Server, see Editions and supported features of SQL Server 2017 .

For local installations, you must run Setup as an administrator. If you install SQL Server from a remote share, you must use a domain account that has read permissions on the remote share.

When you add features to an instance of SQL Server 2017, the existing usage report settings are applied to the newly-added features. To change these settings, use the SQL Server Error and Usage Reporting tool on the SQL Server Configuration Tools menu.

This topic provides a step-by-step procedure for adding features to an instance of SQL Server 2017. Some SQL Server components or services are specific to an instance of SQL Server. These are also known as instance-aware. They share the same version as the instance that hosts them, and are used exclusively for that instance. You can add the instance-aware components to an instance SQL Server, along with the shared components of if they are not already installed. For a list of features that are supported by the editions of SQL Server, see Editions and supported features of SQL Server 2017 .

For local installations, you must run Setup as an administrator. If you install SQL Server from a remote share, you must use a domain account that has read permissions on the remote share.

When you add features to an instance of SQL Server 2017, the existing usage report settings are applied to the newly-added features. To change these settings, use the SQL Server Error and Usage Reporting tool on the SQL Server Configuration Tools menu.

It's England in the 1660s, Charles II has been restored to the throne following years of civil war and Oliver Cromwell's short-lived republic. Oxford is the intellectual seat of the country, a place of great scientific, religious, and political ferment. A fellow of New College is found dead in suspicious circumstances. A young woman is accused of his murder.

We hear the story of the death from four witnesses—each tells his own version of what happened. Only one reveals the extraordinary truth.

An Instance of the Fingerpost is an utterly compelling historical mystery with a plot that twists and turns and keeps the reader guessing until the very last page.

French, from Late Latin instantia , from Latin, the fact of being present or impending, vehemence in speech, urgency, from instant- , instans insistent, pressing, from present participle of instare to be pressing, stand upon

mid-14c., "urgency," from Old French instance "eagerness, anxiety, solicitation" (13c.), from Latin instantia "presence, effort intention; earnestness, urgency," literally "a standing near," from instans (see instant ). In Scholastic logic, "a fact or example" (early 15c.), from Medieval Latin instantia , used to translate Greek enstasis . This led to use in phrase for instance "as an example" (1650s), and the noun phrase To give (someone) a for instance (1953, American English).

You have tried to refer to a non-shared member of a class from within a shared procedure. The following example demonstrates such a situation.

In the preceding example, the assignment statement x = 10 generates this error message. This is because a shared procedure is attempting to access an instance variable.

The variable x is an instance member because it is not declared as Shared . Each instance of class sample contains its own individual variable x . When one instance sets or changes the value of x , it does not affect the value of x in any other instance.