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My table has a blob field that usually stores a PDF or even an image. For the most part, I use a Java EE application. But sometimes, I have to update the Blob field through a command. Is there a better way to do that? I don't want to use coding. This is on DB2 too. Thanks.
I'm just getting started in Microsoft Word. Teach me how to access it more faster
Just started using Office 2010 and one of my Outlook folders has a filter applied that I can't seem to get rid of. I've clicked the Filter E-mail button, but it is dimmed out and doesn't respond to mouse-click. Any idea what to do? Outlook help is not helpful, as usual.
I've been assigned at my company to look at "packaging standards" that are used in the industry but have struggled to find any (note: I come from a development background where some standards do exist). We are a Windows 7/10 shop, SCCM, Flexera AdminStudio. Any guidance out there? MSI with MSTs?...
If a MAC address is bind to one port of the switch and the computer with that MAC address is plugged to another port, will the switch allow the connection?
When two nodes are communicating then each of them has a IP address through which each of them can communicate even when they are on separate networks then what is need of MAC address to communicate. I cant understand the need of ARP, can you please help me out?
Can we edit date field in SQL select statement?
What are the differences between OS for mainframes and PCs?
Can anyone explain every letter in this command? <!--#exec cmd="ls ../"--> Please explain the arrow and pound sign thoroughly please.
What are some of the uses of Arithmetic mean?
How do I extract a zipped .MSD file?
Hi, Can I query all of the table comments in my DB2 database? Basically - how do I select all those comments? Thank you.
I've been trying to connect to our DB2 database through JDBC from Eclipse. I already have the JAR file but I keep getting this error message: Error occurred java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: com.ibm.db2.jcc.DB2Driver Error occurred java.sql.SQLException: No suitable driver found for...
I am looking for recommendations for classroom training (not online or at company) that users have attended and would recommend. The audience are users and administrators Any suggestions?
Yes - I'm still using Windows XP but here's my issue - I just closed my DB2 system tray icon but now I can't restore it. I even tried a reboot but that didn't work. What should I do?
Here's the issue - I was given a DB2 file but I don't have a DB2 server. I need to export all of its data without the server. Is there a tool for this? It doesn't matter if it's for Linux or Windows. Thanks very much.
Hello, Can I find the name / value of a DB2 table's primary key? I already tried SYSCAT but that didn't work. I'm using DB2 version 10. Thank you.
We are connecting .NET to AS/400 using ODBC when we call an SP in AS/400 from .NET, we are getting the null output. What might be the problem.??
On DB2, is there a limitation to how many 'characters' can be passed to my database? My friend told me that there was in older versions but I'm on the latest version so I wanted to confirm this. Thank you.
I'll get right to my point - would I be able to convert my DB2 timestamp into UTC milliseconds? Is there a function to do this? And yes - I'm currently doing this in SQL.