I have an Access 2003 database that has weekly dates and weights enter for a weight loss program. Ech program session is 8 weeks and people sign up for anywhere from 1 to many more sessions at a time. I want to find out the average weight lost in the first 8 weeks that a [...]
Answer Question | July 30, 2012 12:40 PM
Data access, Database management, Date calculation, Microsoft Access 2003
I am wondering if there’s a good rule of thumb for file server data access charges. I’d like known as a percentage of the total bill what the data access charges should be for file server application.
Answer Question | March 31, 2012 9:36 PM
Cloud storage, Data access, File Server Storage Level, File servers
[strong]User profiles are assigned a group on our iSeries, and the group has object authority to the data files. What data they can actually see and update is controlled by the application, limited by menu travel and other security parameters built into the system. My issue is with Client Access, ODBC or 3rd party SEQUEL [...]
Answer Question | September 1, 2010 2:03 PM
AS/400, Data access, iSeries Access, ODBC, SEQUEL ViewPoint
my hard drive has data in it but when i open it its blank,and when i click its properties its also full. what can i do to get my data back?
Answer Question | November 4, 2011 6:03 AM
Data access, Hard drive space, Hard drives, Software Development Life Cycle, Windows Operating System
Is there any way to see the data present in a DATA QUEUE without removing/disturbing the data sequence in it.
Answer Question | December 13, 2010 1:19 PM
AS/400, AS/400 Data Queue, Data access, V5R4
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Answer Question | May 14, 2009 12:26 PM
Data access, Database applications, Database performance, Database scalability, Free Chapters, John Goodson, Prentice Hall, Robert A. Steward