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  • Can we split a column in MySQL?

    In MySQL, we have a column that has comma separated data, like this: 1,2,3 3,2,1 4,5,6 5,5,5 So we're trying to run a search that would actually query each value of the CSV string individually. 0<first Is there a way to do this in MySQL? Thanks so much.

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  • NOC engineer career

    im really confused i got a job as a tier1 NOC Admin l1 im asking so many people about it future growth and job description simply they are saying they dont know about it . can any one guide me

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  • How to pull a query on a particular table based on form selection

    Ok this is not as simple as the title suggest, this is what I'm trying to do: I have a database with about 30 tables (which are actually linked to Excel spredsheets). I need to be able to query each table and make a report only showing certain information for it. I started by doing individual...

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  • try like run away better off going away from all

    i wish like try run away from united kingdom because of unhappy life my present home why i live alone so i need living in secret abroad because i need new start life again so i'm 74 now i feel too bored with UK wish like sitting down in here very much really hope won't back to united kingdom again...

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  • What is RDBMS and ORDBMS?

    What is RDBMS and ORDBMS? I'm preparing for my presentation on Oracle 10g. Can you please help me out?

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  • Receiving ORA-00918 error when running SQL query

    In Oracle, I keep getting this ORA-00918 error: Column ambiguously defined when I'm running this SQL query: SELECT * FROM (SELECT DISTINCT(coaches.id), people.*, users.*, coaches.* FROM "COACHES" INNER JOIN people ON people.id = coaches.person_id INNER JOIN users ON coaches.person_id =...

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  • Alternate of AS/400 tables

    Hi all, I want to have key value pairs type of functionality like LOKUP in two tables in RPG works. I want to extract corresponding values from two different tables at the same index position in RPGLE without using tables how to do this? Regards,

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  • 8203-E4A

    Hi everyone, I just wanna ask if there is a way I can use a console in 8203-E4A Power6. Thanks. And if so, how and what do I need? LAN console is what I was talking to. Thanks.

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  • ASP crossed threshold limit

    If my ASP crossed threshold limit, what should be the action taken to get back to the normal stage?

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  • I am not getting login screen.

    I am not getting login screen. what must be the problem? and what is the solution to resolve it.

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  • Running Oracle Application 6i on Windows 8.1

    I have copy Oracle Developer 6i Folder from Windows XP to Windows 8.1 on laptop computer, and also, I have export Oracle from Window XP and imported on Windows 8.1 , so my application is working fine ,but the report is not working ,the Reports Background Engine continue show the message working...

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  • What is Forti SSL?

    Hello, could you explain me, what is FORTI SSL? Thanks a lot :-)

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  • Scheduling Service Desk Staff

    Using Microsoft Outlook 2013, is there an easy way to schedule 16 staff on a service desk approximately 70 hours per week?

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  • Oracle: How to handle a single quote

    Would I be able to insert a record in a column that has VARCHAR data type with a single quote in it? Or should I use two single-quotes?

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  • Is it possible to call a stored procedure within another in Oracle?

    In Oracle, would I be able to call a stored procedure from within another procedure? Here's what I have so far: SET SERVEROUTPUT ON; DROP PROCEDURE test_sp_1; DROP PROCEDURE test_sp; CREATE PROCEDURE test_sp AS BEGIN DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE('Test works'); END; / CREATE PROCEDURE test_sp_1 AS BEGIN...

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  • How to edit source code using \’copy and move\’

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  • DBMS_CRYPTO package to encrypt & decrypt in Oracle 11g

    ORA-06521: PL/SQL: Error mapping function > >ORA-06512: at "SYSTEM.DBMS_CRYPTO_FFI", line 3 > >ORA-06512: at "SYSTEM.DBMS_CRYPTO", line 13 > >ORA-06512: at "SYSTEM.ENC_DEC", line 21

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  • How to calculate difference between two timestamps in Oracle?

    Would I be able to calculate the time difference in milliseconds between two different timestamps in Oracle? Thanks so much.

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  • Comma Separated values using XML PATH in SQL Query

    Hi This is my first time to post my complex query here I am facing the critical problem for comma separated values in the column using XML PATH Let me explain you in brief now I have a table CallDetailReport table with below mentioned structure which stores values like CallStartDateTime[DateTime]...

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  • How do I put back an email from trash to my inbox in Hotmail?

    How can I move an email back from Trash to my inbox?

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