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  • Reading flat file defined as DBCS

    Hi Experts, I have copied an xml file with chinese characters like this one <COMPANY_NAME>上海百维生物科技有限公司</COMPANY_NAME> into a flat file with structure below A          R $PDER                  A            $PDEF      ...

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  • Converting date time in C#

    hi all, I have a column called WBsstartdate (storing dates), that has been created as a Varchar data type. If I run a convert on the table, my date comes out in the right format. (Eg: 2006-04-03 00:00:00). This is fine. However when I run this date as an sql query in a programme in C#, and save to...

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  • Enforce only alphabets in a particular field of physical file

    what is the keyword to enforce entry of only alphabets in a particular field of physical file??? for ex: NAME field of EMPLOYEE MASTER.

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  • pl/slq procedures – POSITIVE and POSITIVEN as IN OUT parameters

    Hi, I have a simple PL/SQL procedure with IN and OUT parameter of type POSITIVEN. CREATE or REPLACE PROCEDURE PROC ( inval IN POSITIVEN, outval OUT POSITIVEN ) AS BEGIN outval := inval; END; I pass the value 1 for the IN value using the sql type INTEGER in a jdbc application. But oracle throws a...

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  • Default value of a Indicator data type

    Hi, can you please temme, what is the default value of a Indicator data type (N) which is declared with 'INZ'?

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  • Finding the average of a data type on a SQL Server

    I am trying to figure how to find the average of the data type datetime on my SQL Server. This is my code: SELECT CONVERT(varchar, Tanggal_Produksi, 3) AS Tanggal_Produksi, Target, Actual, Balance, CONVERT(varchar, Waktu_Proses_Awal, 8) AS Waktu_Proses_Awal, CONVERT(varchar, Waktu_Proses_Akhir, 8)...

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  • SQL Queries

    pls any one help me I Need to disply in o/p only alphabets but not any numbers or integers for this i/p as follows i/p o/p ----- ---------- 1.2NE NE 1.1NN NN 1.3.1NE NE 1.1CE CE 1.2.2NN NN 1.6.2NN NN 1.3CE CE 1.3CE CE 1.1 --- 2 ---- 11 -- THANKS IN ADVANCE SURENDRA

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  • Insert superscript text into Oracle database

    how can i insert superscript or subscript text to the data base i have colomn called measuments Units and i want to insert quadratic meter M2 or Cubing meter M3 am using oracle 9i pleeez help

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  • SQL help

    hiow to pick only alphbets in a string or a column using sql

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  • Oracle Data types

    I am just learning an ORACLE 9i Book and i was seen that in number Data type the Range is Lies between 1 to 38 in Decimal And -84 to 127 of Scale Range How it is possible because these Fraction degits are subtratect from whole degits ex:- var1 number (5,25);--------------(1)--it is possible? var2...

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  • Converting the nvarchar datatype in SQL Server 2005

    SQL Server 2005 automatically converts all the fields with the nvarchar datatype to nvarchar(MAX), which I can’t use with formula functions in Crystal Reports. Is there a way to stop this conversion to nvarchar(MAX)?

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  • Retrieving specific XML data in SQL Server

    I have a question regarding SQL Server. I have a table with an ntext datatype column where I am storing XML data. My question is: How do I write a user-defined function to retrieve a particular xml attribute in that column?

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