• 3 bit parity

    I was just reading about parity on searchstorage.techtarget.com and have a question about 3 bit parity vs. 1 bit parity. I understand the setting to 0 for an even # of bits and setting to 1 for an odd #. Doesn't seem very reliable because you could lose 2 bits in data transmission. Just wondering...

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  • Are you using Excel for cost estimating?

    Over at ConstructionSoftwareReview.com, we have noticed that a fair number of cost estimators, cost engineers and contractors in the construction industry use Excel to determine how much a particular project will cost and to prepare the cost estimate that they present to potential clients. Is...

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  • What tools are required for Hadoop?

    I'm just starting to study the HADOOP from a job point of view. Will it require Java programming? What type of other tools are required?

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  • Corrupt File on Windows Server 2003

    Hello All, I just got this error on my Windows 2003 Server "the file or directory C:WINDOWSDebugUserModeChkAcc.log is corrupt and unnreadable. Please run the Chkdsk utility". What do I do? Thanks All... Rgds, Jennifer.

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  • DBCS “open data type” problem – time-critical situation

    BACKGROUND: We use a case tool to create simple file maintenance and inquiry programs over our core software's database. The new release of our core software has added DBCS support, and has changed a lot of long fields which were formerly data type "A" to data type "O". Our case tool is recognizing...

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  • AS/400 Data Queue – WebSphere ESB Integration?

    Hi - I have an application on the iSeries that uses AS/400 Data Queues for messaging. I'd like those messages to make their way to our Websphere ESB without having a custom application on the 400 that will copy the objects from the data queue to WMQ, and then onto the bus. Does anyone have any exp....

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  • Data integrity

    I have a server that uses NHibernate, and I’d like to load balance multiple instances of this server. Database is huge. If I use a distributed second level cache like memcached, NCache or sharedcache, are there still potential data integrity issues? Suggestions are appreciated :)

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  • Retrieving a data area between two AS/400 systems

    How do you retrieve a data area between 2 AS/400's?

    Dweygandt5 pointsBadges:
  • Data Migration Test Plan

    Can anyone give me a sample and simple Data Migration Test Plan? Or simply Data Migration Plan.

    SKADA5 pointsBadges:
  • Descriptive output in SPSS

    How can the descriptive output be graphed in SPSS?

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  • I want to know if it is possible to transfer data from Iseries to a web site and upload some back. This is for our bank and we do not want to use FTP

    We need to send files to our bank and receive files back via a web site. What would be the best way. This is the only data we send out of the company now so we would like to do it with what we have and not spend money. We do have a new Iseries with V5R4 so I thought we could use Websphere. What do...

    Foolsewing25 pointsBadges:
  • Which database is better: MySQL or NoSQL?

    We are e-learning company and have a product based on client server model. We are currently using MySQL but facing problems with the installation as it takes longer time to install all the prerequisites. Is there a better way or better database option available? Switching to NoSQL-Mongo DB will be...

    RyanHaris5 pointsBadges:
  • How can I structure this in SSIS?

    Within SSIS, I need to do the following: Select the max(to_date) + 1 from a table in SQL Server. Pass this value to a view where clause statement; this view is an Oracle view that needs this date value so I can get the new data from Oracle and load it into this same table in Step 1. How can I do...

    SQL Server Ask the Experts2,585 pointsBadges:
  • Managements’s view on the Data warehouse – Expenses or Opportunity

    I've to do a small paper on Data Warehousing - Basically Management's view versus Techies view and where they may conflict/clash on a specific subject .... Can somebody re-direct or recommend topics/ whitepapers on same. This would be platform independent,Thanks in advance,Al

    DublinAl5 pointsBadges:
  • How to fix “format Error: not a PDF or corrupted”

    Two days back, I have received an email with PDF file attachment. When I tried to open PDF file, it shows an error message which says: "format error: not a PDF or corrupted" I was surprised to see such error message and thought hope it was not a virus file as attached PDF. Immediately I have called...

    richardgehrig5 pointsBadges:
  • What’s the difference between horizontally and vertically scaling a database?

    I'm working with two different databases (NoSQL and MySQL) and we're looking to measure the scalability of each database. What's the difference between vertically and horizontally scaling each one? I would appreciate any help.

    ITKE366,535 pointsBadges:
  • Why is NoSQL better than traditional RDBMS?

    I'm relatively new to the database world and I'm just getting into NoSQL. I want to know what makes NoSQL better than traditional RDBMS?

    ITKE366,535 pointsBadges:
  • What are the best Business Intelligence conferences?

    Please include date/time, location, topics, and speakers if you can.

    DavidMai10 pointsBadges:
  • Who can afford SAP HANA?

    I recently stumbled upon a case study on pitching the HANA to C-level and the estimated cost shown was $2M approx. It sets few thoughts in motion and they are- 1- Can companies in the bracket of $250M~500M think of trespassing in the HANA territory? 2- Do these companies really need HANA in first...

    AnkurChoudhary5 pointsBadges:
  • VB scripts for SSIS

    Guys, As I'm started to working with SSIS SQL 2005 - SQL 2012 heavily. I'm interested to get more knowledge with how to running and execute VB scripts within a package. I means more how and at what situation should I use vb scripts instead of T-SQL writing. I really need to speed up on this task,...

    Kairizal5 pointsBadges:

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