Aiman111, most of the text of your question is unreadable, please post it again using the editor’s “code” tool. ORA-06550 is “compilation error”. It seems that you are mixing the CURSOR FOR LOOP syntax with the use of an explicit cursor, but without the complete text from your question, we cannot be sure. -CarlosDL
View Answer | April 26, 2010 10:40 PM
ORA-06550, Oracle Error Codes
Do you need to physically connect both printers to both PCs for some reason? If not, you should be able to connect each printing device to a PC, and share them out.
View Answer | April 26, 2010 9:59 PM
Networking, Switches, USB, USB devices, Windows XP
It depends on the organizations and what technology they wish to use. Both options are legitimate and come with their own issues and rewards. I would suspect encrypted and digitally signed files would be the best method.
View Answer | April 26, 2010 8:16 PM
Data Encryption, Data-security, Encryption, Secure Data Transfer
Go into c:windowssoftwaredistributiondownload, and delete the files there. Then download the file again. These are the microsoft updates files that have previously been downloaded and can be safely deleted before downloading again.
View Answer | April 26, 2010 7:40 PM
Security updates, Update Rollup, Windows 2000
It sounds like you may have actually ticked “Allow only the list below” and left the list blank. That would give you the error you are receiving.
View Answer | April 26, 2010 5:59 PM
Exchange 2003, Exchange error messages, SMTP, SMTP Relay
In design mode chosse the field you have in question. In the propert sheet chose “Not in List” and chosse “Event procedure”. Then click on the “…”. Enter the following code. “Dim iAnswer As Integer iAnswer = MsgBox(“WHAT IS NOT IN THE FILE. Add (Yes/No)”, vbYesNo + vbQuestion) If iAnswer = vbYes Then DoCmd.OpenForm “KEY [...]
View Answer | April 26, 2010 5:49 PM
Microsoft Access, MS Access 2007
The first thing would be to get a good SQL and PL/SQL book, then download and install the express edition of Oracle to practice what you learn from the book.
View Answer | April 26, 2010 3:42 PM
You will need information like: bytes per transaction type number of transaction types per user number of users performing transaction type(s) how many transaction type(s) performed per minute or per hour available link capacity at source & destination Another way of saying this: transaction type X consumes Y kilobits/sec for Z seconds. There will be [...]
View Answer | April 26, 2010 2:57 PM
Bandwidt assumptions, WAN, WAN bandwidth optimization, Web-based access
What you are seeing is DHCP behavior by design. DHCP is a broadcast protocol. So, if there are two DHCP servers on the same subnet, they both can and will hand out addresses for that subnet. There really should only be one DHCP server on a network unless there is a backup capable of handing [...]
View Answer | April 26, 2010 2:54 PM
DHCP Relay Agent, DHCP scope, DHCP server, Subnetting
First, this syntax: <pre>INSERT INTO <table name> FROM ARRAY <array name></pre> Is not standard SQL, and it would only work (I think) on Visual Fox, and I guess this is Visual Basic (you didn’t mention the language being used). Second, to use this constructor of the OleDbDataAdapter class you have to use a SELECT statement. [...]
View Answer | April 26, 2010 2:52 PM
Array, Database, MS Access, MS Visual Studio 2005, SQL
More details would be needed to provide an accurate answer. There is a SQLERRM pl/sql function that you could use inside an exception handler to get the Oracle error text. In your Forms application you could display it with the MESSAGE built-in procedure, with an alert, or assigning it to some item.
View Answer | April 26, 2010 2:04 PM
Oracle error messages, Oracle Forms, Oracle Forms 6i
One way that we do this is to not allow programs like setup.exe and install.exe to run. This is not a perfect solution but keeps most of our users from installing crap. To enable and list the programs you don’t want run go to User Configuration->Administrative Templates->System->Don’t allow specified Windows applications in group policy editor. [...]
View Answer | April 26, 2010 1:42 PM
GPO, Windows Server 2003
You could configure a maximum number of sessions in your database, but if that maximum is reached that would not cause the database to stop working. If that maximum is not configured, the maximum will depend on the resources of the machine, and I would think that 1GB of memory is not enough for a [...]
View Answer | April 26, 2010 1:34 PM
Dual-core processors, Oracle 10g administration, Oracle 10g connectivity, Oracle 10g Enterprise Manager, Windows XP
Within Windows Resource Kit, there should be a dns diag utility which would help you troubleshoot your dns issues.
View Answer | April 26, 2010 1:11 PM
Active Directory DNS setup, DNS configuration, DNS errors, DNS server
TCP port 443 is the standard TCP port that is used for website which use SSL. When you go to a website which uses the https at the beginning you are connecting to port 443. You should not use a different port number, because if you do then your users will need to enter the [...]
View Answer | April 26, 2010 11:57 AM
Network security, Port 443, Ports, Remote access, SSL, Ssl vpn, VPN, WAN
You can use <a href=”http://www.softperfect.com/products/networkscanner/”>netscan</a> to scan a range of ips.
View Answer | April 26, 2010 8:31 AM
IP address, Network Managemant
I assume you have finite limits for these arrays – that is, for each code entry, there is a fixed (or maximum) number of hours worked entries? Usually, I would do this as two arrays – the first would be code (say, 50 entries), and the second hours worked. If there are never more than [...]
View Answer | April 26, 2010 7:54 AM
2D arrays, AS/400, RPG, RPG ILE, RPGILE
Hi, Can you try to retrieve the source for the CL program? Command is :- RTVCLSRC Regards, Martin Gilbert. =============================================================== Use DLYJOB DLY(30) or DLY(40). Then RETURN. Tom
View Answer | April 26, 2010 7:33 AM
CLP, Command Line Processor, ENDJOB
Hi, I remember doing this many years ago. I seem to recall using the RCVMSG command to retrieve the last messages that were written to the joblog to retrieve the commands. Bear in mind that this may not work if you have no logging for your job. Otherwise you could write your commands that you [...]
View Answer | April 26, 2010 7:28 AM
AS/400 command functions, AS/400 command keys, DSPF, Menu, QCMDEXC, RPGLE
Bill, Go to this site, http://home.alltel.net/craigru/jcrcmd2.html . It is Craig Rutledge’s site and he has a utility that will create a DDS member of the file. He also has several other useful tools. Bill, I have written an in house utility that will display the file layout of any file on an iSeries showing field [...]
View Answer | April 26, 2010 7:09 AM
AS/400, i5, iSeries