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  • AS/400 case sensitive password

    Is there any way to unable case sensitive passwords for AS/400 user profiles, If so how can it do

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  • What’s the best way to check if a database exists on SQL Server

    I understand they're probably different ways to do this but I'm looking for the best way to check to see if a database exists on a SQL Server using T-SQL. Thanks for the help.

    ITKE351,295 pointsBadges:
  • Constraint Asterisk in Oracle

    What does the asterisk mean in a finish milestone activity when there is no Primary Constraint?

    hensj710 pointsBadges:
  • Open Internet Explorer using Visual Basic and resize the IE window

    Hey, I have been stuck on this bug for a long time I hope someone can help. So in my VBA program, when you press a button a timer starts which opens up multiple Internet Explorer windows but the problem is that I won't each window opened to be a different size which can be done by adding randomness...

    shiv4655 pointsBadges:
  • CPU Affinity for a VM in VMware

    Hello, I have read about setting CPU Affinity for VM in VMware but I'm not clear about the concept. Please can you explain it in detail with an example scenario, when this should be used? What I understood is by setting a CPU affinity on the virtual machine we limit the available vCPUs on which the...

    Bubbey10 pointsBadges:
  • Different job roles involved with SAP BusinessObjects

    What are all of the different job roles for people who are involved with SAP BusinessObjects?

    Sophiew5 pointsBadges:
  • Managing data backup for remote desktops

    The remote desktops are having a mix of Windows based operating system along with Internet connection. They are not part of domain / workgroup. They have non-standard folders to be backed up. Need to have a disk-to-usb-cloud backup wherein Monday to Friday are retained for a week, Saturday backup...

    jd007n5 pointsBadges:
  • What’s the response of my email campaign

    How do you calculate the response rate on an email campaign? Is it how many were delivered? How many people open it? How many people purchase from the email campaign? Please help me understand this process better.

    TechnologyMarketers6,240 pointsBadges:
  • Closing Purchase Orders in SAP

    How do I close a PO that has not been completely received?

    Burt123455 pointsBadges:
  • How to recover AutoCAD autosave file?

    My computer just shut down without warning. I lost my revision. As I know AutoCAD save temporary files automatically. I might be able to get my revision back by recovering from autosave file. Any help will be appreciate, thanks in advance.

    tillpaoylo5 pointsBadges:
  • How does metadata work?

    Does anyone know how metadata works?

    ptnaveenraj20 pointsBadges:
  • How to store images in a MongoDB database

    Would it possible to store images in a MongoDB database rather than just text? Should I create an array of images in the database? If that's possible, can I do the same for videos?

    ITKE351,295 pointsBadges:
  • Deleting all records from a database in a Ruby on Rails application

    How would I be able to delete all of my records, in one of my database tables on a Ruby on Rails application. I'm looking for a way not to do it through SQL.

    ITKE351,295 pointsBadges:
  • AIX backup and restore

    Just a background, my volume group backup consumes 5 tapes. Backup using the "find . -print...." Now, I would like to restore a file which i know is from the 3rd tape. Using restore command restore -xvqf /dev/rmtx ./ /[filename] The system always ask for the first tape. Is there a restore command...

    Jedlasquite360 pointsBadges:
  • Why should we use an Oracle database over others?

    We're looking to decide which database system we should use for our organization. We're leaning towards using an Oracle database but we're looking to first know why we should choose that over other databases (SQL Server, MySQL, PostgreSQL). Basically, we would like to know what features make it...

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  • How can we store hours and minutes in a SQL Server database?

    My partner and I would like to store times in our SQL Server database but we only need to store hours and minutes. We already know we could use "DATETIME" and ignore the rest of the data but is there an easier way to do this? Thanks so much.

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  • How to encrypt a SQLite database

    I understand that Android uses SQLite database to store data but now I need to encrypt a SQLite database but I'm not sure how this can be done. What's the process to do so? My friend mentioned SQLCipher, would that work?

    ITKE351,295 pointsBadges:
  • List folders/files by owner’s username?

    Is there a way, in Windows Server 2003, to list all of the files and folders owned by a given user? I.e. given username@domain.com, return a list of files with username listed as the current owner. mjv

    MJV5 pointsBadges:
  • Preferred DNS Keeps Changing without my permission

    hello, i have directed my PC's preferred DNS to my main server, but every time it keeps changing to a weird IP, an it doesn't stop even tho i change it back, wen i return to the IP properties, its back to that weird IP. would much appreciate your help Thanks

    Shey2k730 pointsBadges:
  • Best database option for a .NET application

    My team is has been developing a small application with C# in .NET and we're looking to use a small light weight database (that doesn't use a ton of resources). What would be the best option for us?

    ITKE351,295 pointsBadges:

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