• Tool for ETL/SSIS packages testing

    Which is the Best Tools for ETL/SSIS packages testing

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  • I want to select some rows and show the average of columns of that rows in another row how can i do that in SPSS?

    i want to select some rows and show the ave of colums of that rows in anaother row how can i do that ?

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  • Problem with SSIS & AS400, Source is AS400, Dest is SQL2005

    When I'm trying to retrieve data from AS400, I received the below error: The column status returned was: "Text was truncated or one or more characters had no match in the target code page.". How do I know which code page to use besides the default of 1252?

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  • Windows XP compatability issues

    My office is just now buying Micosoft Office 7.0 and installing IE 8.  They have aske d me if there are any campatability issues with my verion of SPSS = version 15.9 for windows.

    Lockj5 pointsBadges:
  • Migrating DTS packages that use mainframes source to SSIS

    I am trying to migrate DTS 2005 packages to SSIS. The packages that has SQL data source is migrating around 60% but the packages having mainframes (AS400/DB2) data source is migrating only 10% what is the reason? and How to get this problem resolved?

    Jwalini5 pointsBadges:
  • SPSS Binary Regression

    Please could you help me out. 1) Question I have a binary question. It involves the sex op people being surveyed. I have to enter (into SPSS) if there are "Male" or "Female". After I have entered "Male" or "Female" can SPSS convert "0" for Male and "1" for "Female"? Thanks.

    Harry191929295 pointsBadges:
  • Loading a new database from an Old one

    I am new to SSIS. We are running SQL Server 2008, and I have to load a new database from an old one which had a different structure. I'm not sure how to cope with PK's that are identities. For example, I have three tables: 1) Main table eg. A list of applications 2) Joiner table eg. A list of...

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  • SQL Server – SSIS

    what is SSIs in Sql Server?

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  • where clause condtion as a variable (SSIS 2005)

      Let's say we have this query   select * from customer where customerid = '1'   My question is can we create this "customerid = '1'" condition as a variable in SSIS and once it becomes a varible then I will extract the conditions for a column in table,

    SSISquestio5 pointsBadges:
  • opening spss saved data

    I cannot open my saved data on spss.I had saved this earlier so i can work on it but it cannot open the file.i can open the saved frequency tables though

    Tevita5 pointsBadges:
  • spss casestovars problem with one variable

    I have a dataset in spss containing an ID, Period (when a test was given i.e. 1, 6, 12) and 8 numeric variables representing whether a test was done (0 or 1).  I sorted the data by ID, ran the CASESTOVARS code and 7 of the variables always 'reshape' just fine. The 8th variable will not reshape....

    Jkernan5 pointsBadges:
  • passing data between two SQL Server databases

    I am having an issue to passing data between two SQL Server databases.  I can not simply use Import/Export functions or Data Transfer Functions from SSIS because I was asked to transfer “20%” data with more than 15 criteria among 200 related tables.  Also we are not allowed to use the...

    LL12325 pointsBadges:
  • Showcase Query 8.0 CDs or DVDs

    I did an upgrade to V6R1 before I did an update to our Showcase Query Suite.  I am looking for a copy of the Showcase Query CD or DVD for Showcase Query Suite 8.0 released after September 2008. If anyone has this and would be willing to send me a copy please let me know. SPSS cannot ship any media...

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  • Do your users have the right analytical tools to make informed decisions?

    Does your organization have the right analytical tools and technology to give your business users accurate data to make informed decisions?

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  • How do you currently collect behavioral, attitudinal, transactional and demographic data?

    How do you currently collect behavioral, attitudal, transactional and demographic data? This question is sponsored by SPSS.

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  • Are your analytical assets and processes visible, automated and secure?

    Are your analytical assets and processes visible, automated and secure? This question is sponsored by SPSS.

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  • how to manually unload ExaByte Magnum 1X7 LTO tape drive

    how to manually unload ExaByte Magnum 1X7 LTO tape drive

    ITKE355,655 pointsBadges:
  • who will buy TIBCO in the end.

    Thinking on which vendor is most likelty to benefit form such a deal I conclude it is Microsoft. Because ibm and oracle+sun are selling hardware by licencing unix servers and microsoft had to play catch up.

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  • HBA not showing WWN

    A SearchStorage.com reader asks: WE have a data center server, 2003 servers and two HBAs in each node. Both the cards are Emulex Fibre Channel Cards. One card is already in working condition. We have recently added the second HBA card. The driver was updated, and I am able to detect two HBAs from...

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  • Transform variables in SPSS

    I am working with a very big data set in SPSS. I am trying to transform 7 variables into 1. I figured out that the mode would be more represenative than the mean for this particular case but it is not offer in the functions of the "compute variables" option. I don't want to do it by hand. The...

    Andreann5 pointsBadges:

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