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Please let me know high level schedule for based on the attached reports. File Name DSPLOGBRM PERIOD((*AVAIL '01/10/16') (*AVAIL '01/10/16')) OUTPUT(*PRINT) DETAIL(*BASIC) Date is the date of full system backup. QP1ALG936228.txt BRMS reports for 3 servers WEBSTATS.txt DEVSTATS.txt PRDSTATS.txt
Hi, Does anyone know how to display the goods receipt screen for a past goods receipt, even after delivery has been made? Thanks :)
Say for instance you had a argument or rant with another Facebook user and you want to remove the post how long do Facebook keep their digital footprints?
How do I turn off software updates on a Samsung S4?
Hi, Can anyone provide me a JCL to unload and load DB2 tables using IBM utility. I'm new to DB2 and need to unload the Syspunch dataset for a table, as I need to load a the table with data. I just only have the file with the data to be loaded. So I need to get the syspunch file created first and...
What's so outstanding about Proton?
I have a bunch of jQuery data tables. Those needed to be converted to a CSV file (format) but not sure how to do it. Can anyone help?
Hi experts, Would I be able to manually edit several cookies in Internet Explorer? This is for testing purposes only. I know Firefox has several plugins available but I need IE only. Thanks, Tim
Is there a way for me to export my MongoDB data into a CSV file? I don't want to use any bash scripts. Any command I should know about? Thank you.
I need to convert delcam machining triangle files to STL or another co.mon format.
Can I use the NPAPI plugin in Internet Explorer? Or do I just have to use ActiveX instead? A friend of mine told me IE dropped support of it but I wanted to make sure.
Is there a way for me to import CSV file into my PostgreSQL table? Is there a stored procedure to do this? Thanks so much for your help!
I have several CSV files that need to be added into my database in MySQL Workbench. Is there a way to load them in? Is there a specific command I should use? Any help is appreciated.
I need to do this urgent! I have my database that I need to export into a CSV file. What's the best way to do that? Can I do it using PostgreSQL? This needs to be for the whole database (not just a table). Thanks!
For R programming, can I parse (or extract) data from a PDF file? I can't find anyway to do it. Thanks for the help.
I'm currently using Ruby on Rails and I have a CSV file. Now I'm trying to do a CSV parsing on my file and I'm wondering if the header line can be ignored while I'm doing it. Is that possible? Thank you.
To import my CSV file into my PostgreSQL database, I'm trying to use the COPY command. But here's my question: Does anyone know if I have to have the CSV file in a specific location (where it's stored) or could it just be anywhere? Appreciate the help.
Would there be a way for me to split my large PDF file into several, smaller PDFs? It's just way to large for us but we don't have to lose all of it. Thank you.
In Linux, is there a way for me to search for the contents of my PDF files in a directory? Or even a subdirectory? There has to be a command line too for this, right? I tried grep but that didn't work. Thanks so much.