• Database structure and application outsource protocol

    When an application has been outsourced, Don't the software developer need to share the database structure with the client prior to development

    Bobharis5 pointsBadges:
  • Database Design Help

    Organizations make business deals with other organizations. When negotiating a specific deal, each organization is represented by one lawyer. The same organization can have deals with many other organizations and it might use different lawyers in each case. Each lawyer has a first and last name,...

    JessRomanowski35 pointsBadges:
  • Hardware requirements for SQL Server 2005

    Hi all, We are looking into creating a SQL 2005 server (Windows 2003 R2 SP2 Enterprise Ed.) with 3 databases. Size of the db 's will be app. 50 GB, 15 GB and 7 GB. Amount of continuous logged on users is app 20. Can anyone recommend the amount of CPU + clockspeed of the CPU's, RAM memory and...

    Arne5 pointsBadges:
  • SQL database design

    i have slary system using vb.net  and sql server there is  27 user the compute up to  700 employ salary every monthe i collecte (700 *27) number of row and adding them programaticaly to a table called salary the table salary have 40 column with one primery key  is there any proplem with this...

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  • Visual Basic and SQL database design

    i have vb.net & sql  application sql database have one tabe with 37 column (there is no normalization) after runing the application more than three million of rows will enterd by users . I'm afraid  it Will give a bad performance  or have (out of memory massge) so i Made a solution (i...

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  • Creating DB of stories from documents for a website

    I want to create and maintain a database for a personal library; if it works, I would like to make it available online. I know there are several already available but I’m trying to set up something specific – something for the fanfiction community. (For those not in the know, ‘fanfiction’...

    Juliearichards5 pointsBadges:
  • Advantages and disadvantages of MySQL 5.0

    Can someone explain me what are the advantages and disadvantages of MySQL 5.0??

    Espada0075 pointsBadges:
  • Showing or hiding fields in an Access report

    I have a db created for managing employee records. I would like to build a label report that shows or hides different fields on the label depending if a field has a value. The fields are Office, home address, city, state, and zip. If the member has an office location then i would like to hide the...

    USMCLew5 pointsBadges:
  • Creating Access table

    How do I create an ERDiagram from this table of information? Table=CUSTOMER- Customer_ID LastName FirstName Address PhoneNumber ContactNumber Email Address and add the following tables with this information: Table names: COSIGNEE -DRIVERS- PICKUPMANIFEST-DELIVERY_TRUCK_DETAILS-DELIVERY_MANIFEST

    CyberFly5 pointsBadges:
  • SQL Server 2005 database design

    What is 1*,o* 1..1,1..*,0..*,1..* in databse design,i have no exact idea about this,need help. 

    Shamu75 pointsBadges:
  • Indexing in Microsoft SQL

    What is an index in Microsoft SQL? What types of indexes are available in SQL Server 2005? Do I need to know about this to create and deploy a database?

    TeachMeIT975 pointsBadges:
  • Writing procedures for two databases I designed. How do I print the screens to attach to the procedure?

    Writing procedures for two databases I designed. How do I print the screens to attach to the procedure?

    Keck5 pointsBadges:
  • Databases vs. Data Structures

    I am working for a website company that uses data structures heavily, as opposed to databases. Could someone help me understand the difference between these two? I am recruiting for this company, but am a non-technical person.

    Snc50 pointsBadges:
  • Help with Database Structure

    I need to create a databse that keep track of a Item # and associated with that Item# is 2 type of people. DonorID and OwnerID. Both these type of people i want listed in the same Table. So far my structure looks like so....

    Tdizzle34230 pointsBadges:
  • What are the points to be taken care of when designing a database on Linux?

    What are the points to be taken care of when designing a database on Linux? What are the different replication methods available?

    ITKE54,905 pointsBadges:
  • database

    How to make an offline database that can be access through network

    Fritzeeker5 pointsBadges:
  • DB question(s) that I have never heard a direct answer for

    In designing a database for use where I work, I ran smack-dab into a few old questions I have always had relating to relational databases.  I say "old" questions because I developed them a long time prior.  However, I think the answers are entirely relevant today (obviously, otherwise I wouldn't...

    VirgilReality20 pointsBadges:
  • With an Access form based on 1 table, can I have info from a related table automacially appear based on linked field?

    With a form based on 1 table, can I have info from a related table automacially appear based on linked field? For example, let's say I have two tables linked by a Vendor ID number. On a form that is based on the Purchase Order table, I'd like the Vendor name to automatically appear on the form when...

    Swd14420 pointsBadges:
  • How to implement a “is a”/generalization relationship in an ERD?

    I'm using SQL Server 2005 Developer edition.

    Obhasha0795 pointsBadges:
  • Unique ID for existing table

    I want to add a column to an existing table where its values should be unique and auto generated in a sequential order

    Ragas60 pointsBadges:

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