TMG solvers for NX 1847/1872/1899/1926 Series x64 2020.11.20 Update Only | Nulled Scripts Download

TMG Thermal / Flow Simulation is the NX module for advanced calculations of heat exchange and flow of fluid and gas flows. Main appointment update- Correction of bugs marked in previous versions of the module

Distribution composition:
TMG V2019.1.17 for NX-1847 Series (1847-1867.x) Win64 (2020-07-08)
TMG V2019.2.16 for NX-1872 Series (1872-1892.x) Win64 (2020-11-20)
TMG V2020.1.12 for NX-1899 Series (1899-1919.x) Win64 (2020-11-20)
TMG V2020.2.6 for NX-1926 Series (1926-1946.x) Win64 (2020-11-20)

This is just updating the TMG Thermal / Flow Simulation module for NX 1847/1872/1899/1926 Series Win64. To install, you must have a preset NX-1847 / 1872/1899 / 1926 Series Win64 with the TMG THERMAL / FLOW SIMULATION module (NXCAE_EXTRAS) and SSQ Lomik
For greater information, see readme_ssq.txt
od / release date: 2020-11-20
Developer: Siemens PLM Software
Blossomy: 64bit
Interface language: English
Tabletka: Cured (Team Solidsquad-SSQ)
System Requirements: Preset NX-1847 / 1872/1899 Series Win64 with TMG Thermal / Flow Simulation Module (NXCAE_EXTRAS) and SSQ Lomik

Official site does not provide any info about changes in this version.

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macos – Deleting stubborn /update folders

I’ve recently, through DiskDrill found that 18GB of my precious macbook air storage is being taken up by the pesky update folder through /library/Updates and the folders within this folder are unable to be deleted. According to my research these files are generally useless, and should be safe to delete, so I would like to get rid of them.

However, as stated above, I have been unsuccessful in doing so, I’ve tried various terminal commands such as:

rm -rf 001-12341
sudo rm -rf 001-12341
chflags nouchg 001-12341
sudo rm-rf 001-12341

Each with no sign of my files being eradicated.

I’ve also seen various tutorials online, which require booting into macOS recovery mode – which is something I don’t want to resort to unless absolutely necessary (as it seems scary)

Is there anyway I can resolve this without a boot into recovery mode and then typing some Minecraft enchanting language into the terminal while in recovery mode lol, or is this solution the most elegant it gets?

Cheers

Mysql JSON update by value of a key

I have a table like:

CREATE TABLE `campus_tb` (
 `campus_id` int(11) NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT,
 `campus_dataJSON` longtext CHARACTER SET utf8mb4 COLLATE utf8mb4_bin NOT NULL CHECK (json_valid(`campus_dataJSON`)),
 PRIMARY KEY (`campus_id`)
) ENGINE=InnoDB AUTO_INCREMENT=2 DEFAULT CHARSET=utf8mb4 COLLATE=utf8mb4_unicode_ci

INSERT INTO `campus_tb`( `campus_dataJSON`) VALUES ( '(
                          {"id":"100","u_email": "dr@kol.vop","name":"James","age":"17","course":"IT"},
                          {"id":"101","u_email": "meg@gmail.com","name":"Eric","age":"19","course":"CS"},
                          {"id":"102","u_email": "kitt@joko.com","name":"Julie","age":"21"})')




+--------------------+-----------------------------------------------------------+
| campus_id          |  campus_dataJSON                                          | 
+--------------------+-----------------------------------------------------------+
| 1                  |  (
                     |     {"id":"100","u_email": "dr@kol.vop","name":"James","age":"17","course":"IT"},
                     |     {"id":"101","u_email": "meg@gmail.com","name":"Eric","age":"19","course":"CS"},
                     |     {"id":"102","u_email": "kitt@joko.com","name":"Julie","age":"21"}
                     |
                     |  ) 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------  
| 2                  |  (
                     |     {"id":"12","u_email": "dr2@kol.vop","name":"Fomu","age":"17","course":"IT"},
                     |     {"id":"13","u_email": "meg2@gmail.com","name":"Jenga","age":"19","course":"CS"},
                     |     {"id":"18","u_email": "kitt2@joko.com","name":"Billie","age":"21"}
                     |
                     |  ) 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------    

Am using 10.4.15-MariaDB

((1)) MySql query to UPDATE the details for a student based on their "email" WHERE campus_id = 1 for example I’d like to add "admitted":"YES" where email = 'meg@gmail.com' AND campus_id=1

`{"id":"101","u_email": "meg@gmail.com","name":"Eric","age":"19","course":"CS", "admitted":"YES" }`

((2)) Mysql Query to UPDATE from "age":"21" to "age":"25" where email = 'kitt@joko.com' AND campus_id=1

This is what I have tried so far for both ((1)) and ((2)):

UPDATE `campus_tb` set `campus_dataJSON` = JSON_SET( `campus_dataJSON` , json_unquote(json_search( `campus_dataJSON` , 'one', 'dr@kol.vop')), JSON_MERGE(`campus_dataJSON`,'$.admitted','YES') ) where `campus_id` = 1 //Strangely, this clears out all data in the column.

UPDATE `campus_tb` set `campus_dataJSON`  = JSON_MERGE(   `campus_dataJSON`  ,    json_unquote(json_search(`campus_dataJSON`  , 'one', 'meg@gmail.com')),   JSON_OBJECT('$.admitted','YES')) where `campus_id` =1;

UPDATE `campus_tb` set `campus_dataJSON`  =  = JSON_INSERT(`campus_dataJSON` , '$.admitted', "YES") WHERE `campus_dataJSON`->'$.u_email' = 'dr@kol.vop'; // this returns ERROR near '>u_email'


 UPDATE `campus_tb` set `campus_dataJSON`  =  = JSON_SET(`campus_dataJSON` , '$.age', "25") WHERE `campus_dataJSON`->'$.u_email' = 'kitt@joko.com'; // this returns same ERROR near '>email'

EXAMPLE FROM A DIFFERENT WEBSITE

I saw this

UPDATE players SET player_and_games = JSON_INSERT(player_and_games, '$.games_played.Puzzler', JSON_OBJECT('time', 20)) WHERE player_and_games->'$.name' = 'Henry';  

From this site: https://www.compose.com/articles/mysql-for-your-json/

But using same method throws Error: You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MariaDB server version for the right syntax to use near '>'$.email' = '

`woocommerce_product_bulk_edit_start` action stopped working with update. Customize bulk edit

I’ve always used the woocommerce_product_bulk_edit_start action to customize the contents of the bulk edit functionality. This seems however to not be working with the newest version of WooCommerce. Do you know what happened to this?

c# – Bulk update entity with its navigation properties in ef core using CQRS

I am using EF core and CQRS. I have a command which updates some records.
each record has zero or more images. I have implemented this code, but I wonder to know is there a better way.

public class UpdateSetTypesCommandHandler : RequestHandler<UpdateSetTypesCommand>
{
    private readonly DataContext _dataContext;
    public UpdateSetTypesCommandHandler(DataContext dataContext)
    {
        _dataContext = dataContext;
    }

    protected override void Handle(UpdateSetTypesCommand request)
    {
        var setTypes = _dataContext.SetTypes
            .Include(s => s.Images)
            .Where(s => request.SetTypes.Select(r => r.Id).Contains(s.Id)).AsNoTracking().ToList();
        foreach (var setType in request.SetTypes)
        {

            var setTypeDb = setTypes.Single(s => s.Id == setType.Id);
            setTypeDb.Images.Clear();
            setTypeDb = setType;
            _dataContext.Attach(setTypeDb);
            _dataContext.Entry(setTypeDb).State = EntityState.Modified;
        }
    }
}

The relation between SetType and Image is many to many. SetTypeImage table is like this:

 public class SetTypeImage
{
    public int SetTypeId { get; set; }
    public virtual SetType SetType { get; set; }
    public int FileId { get; set; }
    public virtual File File { get; set; }
}

sharepoint online – Spfx extension to update selected item

I am trying to update selected row using below code but its not working

      @override
      public onExecute(event: IListViewCommandSetExecuteEventParameters): void {
        switch (event.itemId) {
          case 'COMMAND_1':
            Dialog.alert(`${this.properties.sampleTextOne}`);
            break;
          case 'COMMAND_2':
            if (event.selectedRows.length > 0) {
              // Check the selected rows
              event.selectedRows.map((row: RowAccessor, index: number) => {
              event.selectedRows(0).getValueByName("ID").update({
                Title: "My New Title",
                Description: "Here is a new description"
              });
              alert(`Field ID: ${row.getValueByName('ID')} - Field title: ${row.getValueByName('Title')}`);

              });
          }
            break;
          default:
            throw new Error('Unknown command');
        }
      }

unity – CharacterController – should I work with FixedUpdate or with Update?

I know that updates related to the physics engine should be made in FixedUpdate, but I am not sure about updates related to CharacterController: should they be done in Update or FixedUpdate? I tried both options and putting them in FixedUpdate appears smoother, but this may be due to other factors, so I would be happy to know what the recommended practice is.

unity – How can I change the script so it will not be with a while loop inside Update or using coroutine instead?

The script is working fine as it is and I don’t fell any performance problems and yet I wonder if it’s a good idea to run a while loop inside the Update function ?

The idea is to be able to move an object over a curved lines with a lot of positions in any speed.
So I’m calculating how much positions there is next each time and it’s working fine I just wonder about the while in the update.

using System;
using System.Collections;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Linq;
using UnityEngine;
using UnityEngine.AI;

public class MoveOnCurvedLines : MonoBehaviour
{
    public LineRenderer lineRenderer;
    public float speed;
    public bool go = false;
    public bool moveToFirstPositionOnStart = false;

    private Vector3() positions;
    private Vector3() pos;
    private int index = 0;
    private bool goForward = true;
    private List<GameObject> objectsToMoveCopy = new List<GameObject>();

    // Start is called before the first frame update
    void Start()
    {
        pos = GetLinePointsInWorldSpace();

        if (moveToFirstPositionOnStart == true)
        {
            transform.position = pos(index);
        }
    }

    Vector3() GetLinePointsInWorldSpace()
    {
        positions = new Vector3(lineRenderer.positionCount);
        //Get the positions which are shown in the inspector 
        lineRenderer.GetPositions(positions);


        //the points returned are in world space
        return positions;
    }

    // Update is called once per frame
    void Update()
    {
        if (go == true)
        {
            Move();
        }
    }

    void Move()
    {
        Vector3 newPos = transform.position;
        float distanceToTravel = speed * Time.deltaTime;

        bool stillTraveling = true;
        while (stillTraveling)
        {
            Vector3 oldPos = newPos;
            newPos = Vector3.MoveTowards(oldPos, pos(index), distanceToTravel);
            distanceToTravel -= Vector3.Distance(newPos, oldPos);
            if (newPos == pos(index)) // Vector3 comparison is approximate so this is ok
            {
                // when you hit a waypoint:
                if (goForward)
                {
                    bool atLastOne = index >= pos.Length - 1;
                    if (!atLastOne) index++;
                    else { index--; goForward = false; }
                }
                else
                { // going backwards:
                    bool atFirstOne = index <= 0;
                    if (!atFirstOne) index--;
                    else { index++; goForward = true; }
                }
            }
            else
            {
                stillTraveling = false;
            }
        }

        transform.position = newPos;
    }
}

java – Contact Book ~ Must be able to View, Add, Delete & Update. (New Programmer w/ no support)

Due to the amazing assistance I received from this community, I am back to ask for your help to improve once more. To make a long story shorter, I am new to programming and am currently in a Java course. We are diving into new waters for me; OOP, Arrays, Array List, inheritance and Polymorphism. There is little to no assistance outside of the book, and I do not know anyone that programs besides from teachers who leave detailed notes like “Good Job” and “Not Right” without any explanation.

If you could help me get this contact book to work it would be most appreciated, and if you could help me to understand what I do well/ not so well, I would be in your debt!!! (The grade doesn’t matter to me, it is already close enough. What does matter to me is understanding the problems. I want to continue to grow as a programmer.)

Thank you for your time & consideration!


Sample:

  1. List All Contacts
  2. Add a Contact
  3. Update a Contact
  4. Remove a Contact
  5. Exit

2 – Enter a name:
John Smith
Enter an address:
123 Abc Street
Enter a phone number:
555-555-5555
Enter an email address:
johnsmith@gmail.com

  1. List All Contacts
  2. Add a Contact
  3. Update a Contact
  4. Remove a Contact
  5. Exit

2 – Enter a name:
Rachel Jones
Enter an address:
890 Wheel Road
Enter a phone number:
123-456-7890
Enter an email address:
rj900@yahoo.com

  1. List All Contacts
  2. Add a Contact
  3. Update a Contact
  4. Remove a Contact
  5. Exit

1 –
0 – John Smith 123 Abc Street 555-555-5555 johnsmith@gmail.com
1 – Rachel Jones 890 Wheel Road 123-456-7890 rj900@yahoo.com

  1. List All Contacts
  2. Add a Contact
  3. Update a Contact
  4. Remove a Contact
  5. Exit

3 –
0 – John Smith 123 Abc Street 555-555-5555 johnsmith@gmail.com
1 – Rachel Jones 890 Wheel Road 123-456-7890 rj900@yahoo.com
Select a contact number:

1 – Enter a new name:
Rachel Q. Jones
Enter a new address:
54 Washington Ave
Enter a new phone number:
123-456-7890
Enter a new email address:
rj900@yahoo.com


import java.io.IOException;

public class ContactApp extends ContactBook {
    public static void main(String() args) throws IOException {
        ContactBook book = new ContactBook();
        book.menu(); // Menu Loop
    } // end main
} // end class ContactApp

//*******************************************************************************

//*******************************************************************************
//*******************************************************************************

import java.io.Serializable;
import java.util.*;

public class ContactBook extends Contact implements Serializable, Comparator < Contact > {
    Scanner stdIn = new Scanner(System.in);
    private Object Contact;
    private Object ArrayList;
    private List < Contact > contactList = ArrayList < Contact > ();
    protected static int entryTotal = 0; // starting number of contacts

    //*******************************************************************************
    //  ADD
    //*******************************************************************************
    public void add() {
        String name = "", address = "", phone = "", email = "";
        System.out.println("Enter a Name:");
        name = stdIn.nextLine().trim();
        System.out.println("Enter an Address:");
        address = stdIn.nextLine().trim();
        System.out.println("Enter a Phone Number:");
        phone = stdIn.nextLine().trim();
        System.out.println("Enter an Email Address:");
        email = stdIn.nextLine().trim();
        System.out.println();
        if (!(name.equals("(a-zA-z)+") || name.isEmpty() || address.isEmpty() ||
                phone.isEmpty() || email.isEmpty())) {
            Contact contact = new Contact(name, address, phone, email);
            contactList.add(contact);
            System.out.println("--- Addition of Contact was Successful ---");
        } else {
            System.out.println("Incorrect entry; Please try again.");
        }
    } // end add
    //**********************************************************************************
    //  VIEW
    //**********************************************************************************
    public void viewContacts() {
        Collections.sort(contactList, new ContactBook());
        if (contactList.size() == 0) {
            System.out.println("No contacts exist");
        } else {
            for (int index = 0; index < contactList.size(); index++) {
                System.out.print(contactList.get(index));
            }
        }
    } // end viewContacts

    //**********************************************************************************
    //  UPDATE
    //**********************************************************************************
    public void update() {
        int contactTotal = 0;
        String name = "", address = "", phone = "", email = "";

        if (contactList.size() != 0) {
            for (Contact contact: contactList) {
                {
                    System.out.print("First name: ");
                    name = stdIn.nextLine();

                    System.out.print("Address: ");
                    address = stdIn.nextLine();

                    System.out.print("Phone number: ");
                    phone = stdIn.nextLine();

                    System.out.print("E-mail address: ");
                    email = stdIn.nextLine();

                    contact.setName(name);
                    contact.setAddress(address);
                    contact.setEmail(email);
                    contact.setPhone(phone);
                    ++contactTotal;
                }
            }
        } else {
            System.out.print("No contacts are listed on the file.");
        }
        if (contactTotal < 1) {
            System.out.println("nNo contacts were found.");
        }
    } // end update

    //**********************************************************************************
    //  REMOVE
    //**********************************************************************************
    public void remove(int entryTotal) {
        int contactTotal = 0;
        if (contactList.size() != 0) {
            for (Contact contact: contactList) {
                if (contact.getName() != null) {
                    ++contactTotal;
                    contactList.remove(contact);
                    break;
                }
            }
        } else {
            System.out.print("No contacts are listed on the file.");
        }
    } // end remove

    //**********************************************************************************
    // main menu
    //**********************************************************************************
    public void menu() {
        Scanner stdIn = new Scanner(System.in);
        while (true) {
            System.out.println("1) List all Contacts");
            System.out.println("2) Add a Contact");
            System.out.println("3) Update a Contact");
            System.out.println("4) Remove a Contact");
            System.out.println("5) Exit");
            System.out.println("~:");
            String userChoice = stdIn.next();
            if (!userChoice.equals("(a-zA-z)+")) {
                switch (userChoice) {
                    case "1":
                        viewContacts();
                        break;
                    case "2":
                        System.out.println("Add");
                        add();
                        break;
                    case "3":
                        System.out.println("Update");
                        update();
                        break;
                    case "4":
                        remove();
                        break;
                    case "5":
                        System.out.println("Exiting...");
                        System.exit(0);
                        break;
                    default:
                        System.out.println("*** Error ***");
                        System.out.println("Please Follow Directions.");
                        System.out.println("Press the Number of the Desired Action:");
                        break;
                } // end switch
            } else {
                System.out.println("1) List all Contacts");
                System.out.println("2) Add a Contact");
                System.out.println("3) Update a Contact");
                System.out.println("4) Remove a Contact");
                System.out.println("5) Exit");
                System.out.println("~:");
                stdIn.next();
            }
        } // end while loop
    } // end menu loop

    @Override
    public int compare(Contact contact, Contact t1) {
        return 0;
    }
} // end class ContactBook

//*********************************************************************************
//*********************************************************************************
//*********************************************************************************

public class Contact {

    private String name, address, phone, email;

    public Contact() {} // end default constructor

    public Contact(String name, String address, String phone, String email) {
        this.name = name;
        this.address = address;
        this.phone = phone;
        this.email = email;
    } // end constructor

    @Override
    public String toString() {
        return "Contact{" +
                "Name = " + name + 't' +
                ", Address = " + address + 't' +
                ", Phone = " + phone + 't' +
                ", Email = " + email + 't' +
                '}';
    } // end toString

    //********************************************************************************
    // Getter & Setters
    //********************************************************************************
    public String getName() {
        return name;
    }
    public void setName(String name) {
        if (name.matches("(a-zA-Z)+")) {
            this.name = name;
        } else {} // letter validation
    }

    public String getAddress() {
        return address;
    }
    public void setAddress(String address) {
        if (!address.isEmpty()) {
            this.address = address;
        } else {
            System.out.println("Not a valid entry.");
        } //  Empty input validation
    }

    public String getPhone() {
        return phone;
    }
    public void setPhone(String phone) {
        if (phone.matches("-?\d+(\.\d+)?")) {
            this.phone = address;
        } else {
            System.out.println("Not a valid entry.");
        } // number validation
    }

    public String getEmail() {
        return email;
    }
    public void setEmail(String email) {
        if (email.matches("(a-zA-Z)+")) {
            this.email = email;
        } else {
            System.out.println("Not a valid entry.");
        } // letter validation
    }
    // end getters & setters
} // end Class Contacts

sql server – What would be the best way to conditionally insert or update a table that has this unique design?

I have an items table that has columns for person ID, position #, and individual lists of items that really aren’t associated with the other fields in the record.

Here’s an example of what it looks like (T-SQL at the end of my question):

PersonId    Pos         FavoriteColors  AllGifts        BirthDayGifts   HolidayGifts
----------- ----------- --------------- ------------------------------- -------------
1234        1           Blue            Mug             Mug             Computer
1234        2           Green           Phone           Candle          Phone
1234        3           Purple          Candle          Boardgame       NULL
1234        4           Yellow          Computer        Basketball      NULL
1234        5           Orange          Boardgame       NULL            NULL
1234        6           Red             Basketball      NULL            NULL
1234        7           Gray            NULL            NULL            NULL
1234        8           Brown           NULL            NULL            NULL
2222        1           Yellow          NULL            NULL            NULL
4118        1           Pink            Clothes         Handsoap        Clothes
4118        2           Green           Handsoap        NULL            NULL

I realize this is not great table design. In any case, the situation is that every person gets a Book for a holiday gift. Also, there’s a new person (4442) who also received a book.

Based on how this table works, the HolidayGifts and AllGifts columns need have “Book” added as a new value. This may require an INSERT, UPDATE, or both…

The resulting table would look like this:

PersonId    Pos         FavoriteColors  AllGifts        BirthDayGifts   HolidayGifts
----------- ----------- --------------- ------------------------------- -------------
1234        1           Blue            Mug             Mug             Computer
1234        2           Green           Phone           Candle          Phone
1234        3           Purple          Candle          Boardgame       Book
1234        4           Yellow          Computer        Basketball      NULL
1234        5           Orange          Boardgame       NULL            NULL
1234        6           Red             Basketball      NULL            NULL
1234        7           Gray            Book            NULL            NULL
1234        8           Brown           NULL            NULL            NULL
2222        1           Yellow          Book            NULL            Book
4118        1           Pink            Clothes         Handsoap        Clothes
4118        2           Green           Handsoap        NULL            Book
4118        3           NULL            Book            NULL            NULL
4442        1           NULL            Book            NULL            Book

In the case of person 1234, this means:

  • an Update statement to the HolidayGifts column where PersonId = 1234 and Pos = 3 (the pos of the first null value for the HolidayGifts column)
  • an Update statement to the AllGifts column where PersonId = 1234 and Pos = 7 (the pos of the first null value for the AllGifts column)

In the case of person 2222, this means:

  • same as 1234–update the first null value for the HolidayGifts and AllGifts columns. They both happen to be pos = 1, so in this particular case, it could be done in one statement where PersonId = 2222 and pos = 1…

In the case of person 4118:

  • an update needs to happen to the HolidayGifts column where PersonId = 4118 and Pos = 2 (the first null value of the HolidayGifts column)

AND

  • an insert needs to happen (with a personid = 2222, pos = 3 and AllGifts = “Book”) because AllGifts doesn’t have any NULL values at the end for this person.

In the case of person 4442:

  • They’re brand new, so they’re a simple insert with values for PersonId, POS, HolidayGifts, and AllGifts.

I hope I’m explaining myself makes sense. I realize the way this work is a bit awkward, but I have to imagine there’s a clever way (or any way) to accomplish this if a PersonId and gift are passed in as a parameter?

Also, here’s the T-SQL to create the before and after tables.

Thank you in advance!

Mike

DECLARE @ItemsBefore AS TABLE 
  ( 
     PersonId       INT NULL, 
     Pos            INT NULL, 
     FavoriteColors VARCHAR(100) NULL, 
     AllGifts       VARCHAR(100) NULL, 
     BirthDayGifts  VARCHAR(100) NULL, 
     HolidayGifts   VARCHAR(100) NULL 
  ) 

INSERT @ItemsBefore (PersonId, Pos, FavoriteColors, AllGifts, BirthDayGifts, HolidayGifts) VALUES (1234, 1, N'Blue', N'Mug', N'Mug', N'Computer')
INSERT @ItemsBefore (PersonId, Pos, FavoriteColors, AllGifts, BirthDayGifts, HolidayGifts) VALUES (1234, 2, N'Green', N'Phone', N'Candle', N'Phone')
INSERT @ItemsBefore (PersonId, Pos, FavoriteColors, AllGifts, BirthDayGifts, HolidayGifts) VALUES (1234, 3, N'Purple', N'Candle', N'Boardgame', NULL)
INSERT @ItemsBefore (PersonId, Pos, FavoriteColors, AllGifts, BirthDayGifts, HolidayGifts) VALUES (1234, 4, N'Yellow', N'Computer', N'Basketball', NULL)
INSERT @ItemsBefore (PersonId, Pos, FavoriteColors, AllGifts, BirthDayGifts, HolidayGifts) VALUES (1234, 5, N'Orange', N'Boardgame', NULL, NULL)
INSERT @ItemsBefore (PersonId, Pos, FavoriteColors, AllGifts, BirthDayGifts, HolidayGifts) VALUES (1234, 6, N'Red', N'Basketball', NULL, NULL)
INSERT @ItemsBefore (PersonId, Pos, FavoriteColors, AllGifts, BirthDayGifts, HolidayGifts) VALUES (1234, 7, N'Gray', NULL, NULL, NULL)
INSERT @ItemsBefore (PersonId, Pos, FavoriteColors, AllGifts, BirthDayGifts, HolidayGifts) VALUES (1234, 8, N'Brown', NULL, NULL, NULL)
INSERT @ItemsBefore (PersonId, Pos, FavoriteColors, AllGifts, BirthDayGifts, HolidayGifts) VALUES (4118, 1, N'Pink', N'Clothes', N'Handsoap', N'Clothes')
INSERT @ItemsBefore (PersonId, Pos, FavoriteColors, AllGifts, BirthDayGifts, HolidayGifts) VALUES (4118, 2, N'Green', N'Handsoap', NULL, NULL)
INSERT @ItemsBefore (PersonId, Pos, FavoriteColors, AllGifts, BirthDayGifts, HolidayGifts) VALUES (2222, 1, N'Yellow', NULL, NULL, NULL)

SELECT *
FROM   @ItemsBefore
ORDER  BY PersonId, Pos

DECLARE @ItemsAfter AS TABLE 
  ( 
     PersonId       INT NULL, 
     Pos            INT NULL, 
     FavoriteColors VARCHAR(100) NULL, 
     AllGifts       VARCHAR(100) NULL, 
     BirthDayGifts  VARCHAR(100) NULL, 
     HolidayGifts   VARCHAR(100) NULL 
  ) 

INSERT @ItemsAfter (PersonId, Pos, FavoriteColors, AllGifts, BirthDayGifts, HolidayGifts) VALUES (1234, 1, N'Blue', N'Mug', N'Mug', N'Computer')
INSERT @ItemsAfter (PersonId, Pos, FavoriteColors, AllGifts, BirthDayGifts, HolidayGifts) VALUES (1234, 2, N'Green', N'Phone', N'Candle', N'Phone')
INSERT @ItemsAfter (PersonId, Pos, FavoriteColors, AllGifts, BirthDayGifts, HolidayGifts) VALUES (1234, 3, N'Purple', N'Candle', N'Boardgame', N'Book')
INSERT @ItemsAfter (PersonId, Pos, FavoriteColors, AllGifts, BirthDayGifts, HolidayGifts) VALUES (1234, 4, N'Yellow', N'Computer', N'Basketball', NULL)
INSERT @ItemsAfter (PersonId, Pos, FavoriteColors, AllGifts, BirthDayGifts, HolidayGifts) VALUES (1234, 5, N'Orange', N'Boardgame', NULL, NULL)
INSERT @ItemsAfter (PersonId, Pos, FavoriteColors, AllGifts, BirthDayGifts, HolidayGifts) VALUES (1234, 6, N'Red', N'Basketball', NULL, NULL)
INSERT @ItemsAfter (PersonId, Pos, FavoriteColors, AllGifts, BirthDayGifts, HolidayGifts) VALUES (1234, 7, N'Gray', N'Book', NULL, NULL)
INSERT @ItemsAfter (PersonId, Pos, FavoriteColors, AllGifts, BirthDayGifts, HolidayGifts) VALUES (1234, 8, N'Brown', NULL, NULL, NULL)
INSERT @ItemsAfter (PersonId, Pos, FavoriteColors, AllGifts, BirthDayGifts, HolidayGifts) VALUES (4118, 1, N'Pink', N'Clothes', N'Handsoap', N'Clothes')
INSERT @ItemsAfter (PersonId, Pos, FavoriteColors, AllGifts, BirthDayGifts, HolidayGifts) VALUES (4118, 2, N'Green', N'Handsoap', NULL, N'Book')
INSERT @ItemsAfter (PersonId, Pos, FavoriteColors, AllGifts, BirthDayGifts, HolidayGifts) VALUES (4118, 3, NULL, N'Book', NULL, NULL)
INSERT @ItemsAfter (PersonId, Pos, FavoriteColors, AllGifts, BirthDayGifts, HolidayGifts) VALUES (2222, 1, N'Yellow', N'Book', NULL, N'Book')
INSERT @ItemsAfter (PersonId, Pos, FavoriteColors, AllGifts, BirthDayGifts, HolidayGifts) VALUES (4442, 1, NULL, N'Book', NULL, N'Book')

SELECT *
FROM   @ItemsAfter
ORDER  BY PersonId, Pos