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  • CL code to work on a spool file

    Hi, I wish to create a database file from a spool file. I know how to do this using cpysplf. I don't want the user to have to track down and enter the parameters for this command because, it will always be the same print file and user. The only variable parameter will be the spool file number. So...

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  • DB2 to Text File Conversion and Transfer

    I have created a Text File from my AS/400 DB2 table. I want to transfer this file from one iSeries system to another. How to do this?

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  • Convert XML to DB2 file

    We still use the command to convert DB2 file to XML (RUNXML) and need a verse option to convert an XML document to a database file.

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  • not receiving email in lotus notes 8.5

    1 week ago i begin not receiving emails from certain people, they were just not coming into inbox . these are people i have worked with for 10 years. the help desk said they have situations like this and actualyl are blaming the senders, saying it is their bad settings case. the response was the...

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  • Email Forwarding Rule from Hotmail / Live Accounts Not Working

    I have two hotmail / live accounts that I set a rule for to forward all received emails to a non-hotmail / live account so that I could view them on my mobile phone natively. I created the rule for both accounts on Outlook 2007: Blank Rule Received Messages Through Specified Account (on this...

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  • Enabling cookies on BlackBerry Curve

    How can I enable cookies on a BlackBerry Curve 9360?

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  • Why Java Platform Independent?

    I don't find the exact reason why Java is called Platform independent. I have read it in many books. Still a practical overview is not there. Please Specify in more detailed.

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  • Do I have to use RAID function?

    I have a Sabernt 4 port SATA PCI Host Controller card with RAID Function. What I want to know is, Do I have to use the RAID function? All I want to do is connect 4 more internal hard drives in my computer.

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  • Is their a RDBMS for the Macintosh Operating System

    Is their a RDBMS for the Macintosh Operating System. I am looking for something similar to Microsoft SQL Server for Mac. Ideally something that would interface with Microsoft Office for Mac.

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  • SQL Export to Excel file column?

    I need to create a SSIS Package in which the data is export to Excel file the problem is the date and time column in sql there is one column and i need to separate it into two column can any body help e i thid? thank in advance

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  • Sum using SQL

    What I want to do is the following: Name_Patient......... amount........ xxxx aaa................................500.................500 bbb...............................500...................500 aaa................................500..................1000 I want to make the field named xxx to...

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  • How to integrate Java db with eclipse?

    I have downloaded derby plugin and copied all the derby jar files to my project classpath... but still when i right click on my project folder i can't see apache derby there...why?

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  • Create DB2 table relations

    There is a requirement to have a subset of data available in DB2 tables in production to a test environment. There is no relationship defined in DB2 (so info available in catalog relationship tables). Now we need to find the relationship between the tables using some automation process. So we might...

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  • How to rename a MySQL database quickly

    How would I be able to rename a MySQL database quickly? Most of the time, I usually just dump the database and re-import it with a new name. But since this is a huge database, this isn't possible. Can anyone help me here?

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  • Should I remove old Java files?

    [strong]b[/strong] [strong]I ran a "search" on my hard drive for Java, and up came 35 different downloads some dating back to 1993. What should I keep/ delete? This one dated 1993 npDSJavaPeer.class.[/strong] [strong]Thank you for your time,[/strong] [strong]Connie[/strong] b

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  • Database management advice

    I'm an IT student from tanzania. Currently I'm an intern in one of the united nation org. but I'm only doing user support activities. But I want to build my carrier in database management. Can you give me some advice on where to start and what to study?

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  • Auto Replace Text in a table

    Is there a statement I can add that will automatically replace a text string with another string? EX> NORTH CHANGE TO BILLY BOB THROUGH OUT A FIELD

    Dapostman5 pointsBadges:
  • Do you have links for first time user of AS/400?

    Hi, do you have links for first time user of AS/400 please? I'm a novice to AS/400 your help would be appreciated.

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  • How to open a PowerPoint file

    Hi, I had a problem. After I created a Power Point presentation and closed it. I can not open it again. There is a critical error. APPCRASH. I can not understand, it is a bug of the program or the problem is in the file?

    SeymourHervieux5 pointsBadges:
  • Microsoft Word 2007 Labels

    Can I move an address list that has been created in one label format, to another different label format, without having to enter each address again?

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