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  • (provider: Named Pipes Provider, error: 40 – Could not open a connection to SQL Server) (Microsoft SQL Server, Error: 53

    Problem: SQL SERVER is up and the instance connect is running. All required ports on Firewall is open/ also try to disable Firewall but no success. TCP/IP protocol is ENABLE.  SQL SERVER port is by Default 1433. Also try this: The problem is the Instance name from the client is not resolved, to do...

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  • meta data

    how an meta data works

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  • MYOB open macro causes ‘macro disable’ messages when Office documents opened

    On a system that has MYOB installed every time a Office file is opened a message box appears saying that macros are disabled. I understand that the problem is due to the location that MYOB has used to store their macros. Can I move them and avoid this issue ?

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  • SQL convert numeric to date format

    How can I convert an 8 digit numeric (format ccyymmdd) into a real datefield to be used in date arithmetics? I need to calculate the number of months between the month (current date) and a date represented in my DB as an 8 digit numeric with format "ccyymmdd". Therefor (I assume) I need to convert...

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  • Major differences between i5 vs i7

    I wanted to ask if there is a major difference between the i5 and i7. If there is a major difference then tell me what the differences are and which one should I prefer when buying a laptop. I also want to know which processor is preferred for which tasks. Dealing with Haswell here

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  • Do you need requirements Acceptance Criteria

    A BA colleague said that if requirements have been wriiten in sufficient detail that requirements acceptance criteria is not required? As a Tester I find that writing acceptance criteria for each requirement adds value as it makes the user re-examine there requirements and help clarify them.

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  • Data purging in AS/400

    Hi, There is a huge trade related file which needs to be purged based on certain criteria in archive library. The question here is on main screen where we enter trade ID as key field and after entering it, PGM1 shows data related to this trade id and what the requirement is, if suppose after...

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  • Comparing 2 Large Excel Files

    I have 2 large Excel files, one containing yesterday's data, and another containing yesterday's data + today's updates/changes. For registration purposes, I need to find all the differences (ie new rows/entries, a value changed within the row in the new file vs the old file, etc). These excel files...

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  • Can drawing properties be copied?

    Can drawing properties be copied from one drawing to another?

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  • How to drop a table in Ruby on Rails database

    In my database, I've added a table that I thought that I was going to need but I don't need to use it anymore. Is there a way to remove that table? I've run several migrations already so the table is in my database. I thought this would handle it but I'm not sure: rails generate migration...

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  • No WDS license on iSeries is there a work around???

    Hi, Assumption: None of the ff existsWebSphere Development Studio for iSeriesiSeries Tools - Application Development ILE RPG RPG/400 ILE RPG *PRV Compiler ILE COBOL If WDS license on iSeries is not available how can i do the ff:1. Transfer object from one iSeries to another without using...

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  • Creating CSV file from AS/400 fixed length physical file

    We are having a requirement that we need to create an interface file with different sections as follows. File Header, Data Header, Data Details and Footer. Each record is of variable length. But the information should follow the same format such as File Header should be first record then followed...

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  • Can I version my SQL Server database?

    I'm trying to get several of my SQL Server databases under version control. Would anybody have some advice on how I should do this? Basically, I'll want a large collection of generated test data for performance management. Thanks so much!

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  • CMD bound with CL program

    If I use CRTCMD command and bound it with some CLLE program then later after command creation, how I come to know with which CLLE it is bound to?

    hunshabbir71,015 pointsBadges:
  • Email not reaching the Exchange server

    There is a process in the system which sends reports to users. But some days the reports are not sent to some of the users. On checking with exchange server team, they mentioned that the reports for those users did not reach the exchange server on those days. From Iseries side, the log shows the...

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  • What SAP module should I select?

    I completed MBA sales and marketing and I have 7 year experience in sales marketing. So I think about give training SAP but which module should I select?

    kuchan5 pointsBadges:
  • How to access a Nortel PBX

    How do you access a Nortel PBX, other than through dial up modem, to perform program changes?

    danlane52245 pointsBadges:
  • Website needs live chat feature

    Where I can get good featured live chat tool and how can I implement with my website?

    chrisbrown5 pointsBadges:
  • How to get an iSeries certification

    How can I get an iSeries certification?

    ondiaye5 pointsBadges:
  • IBM Lotus SameTime error: @Command( [SendInstantMessage] ; names )

    Hi, I am getting the following error while using the @command([SendInstantMessage];user name). "user not found the the instant messaging community's directory" I am getting the error in some of the systems. In some systems its work fine. Please help me to solve this issue. Thanks

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