• database management system

    what are the advantages and disavantages of database management system

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  • Oracle acquires SUN: implications ?

    What do you think will be the implications of Oracle's Sun acquisition on: The future of MySql ? The virtualization market ? The hardware market ? The operating systems market ? Other IT fields ?

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  • Restoring a dtaq in iseries.

    I need to know if there is a way to save a data queue with some entries in it, and then restore the data queue in the same or other library with its entries included. When i do that, the dtaq is empty. If someone knows how to do that, please tell me. Thanks.

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  • DB2/400 SQL Sub Query Performance?

    Here is the problem. Table INVEHH is a (Events header table) with about 500 records and INVEHD (Event Details) with about 22 million records. These tables are on a DB2/400 database. 1) Original Query that takes forever: select EVENT, INUMBR, ISTORE, EVHYY, EVHMM, EVHDD from INVEHD where EVENT in...

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  • Triggers

    Does the AS/400 have a cross-reference file or files that give the same kind of information about triggers as QADBFDEP and QADBFCST do for dependent files and constraints? If so, what is/are they called? Thanks

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  • Transfer Data from one database to other.

    Hi all, How to transfer datas from one database which has completelly different structure to other datebase with different structure? How to map these database? Is there any tool which does this? If so please suggest some free tool. Please help. Thank you all in advance.

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  • Trigger Use

    I have a Sequel Server 2005 database with a Table called Main Call Issue. I want to update the DateTimeModifed field to be the Current System date without changing my original DateTimeAdded field when the record was added to the database. I know a Trigger will work here. Where do I place the...

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  • Oracle 6i Log in – User-name & Password

    What is the user-name and password of Oracle 6i to Log in?

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  • Career matchmaking – program development

    I am interested in making software that allows potential employees to find employers who are offering what they are looking for in a job (be it salary, benefits, location, a specific job, etc). I also would like to have the vice versa of the scenario where the employer can look for a specific type...

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  • Recommendations?

    I have been tasked with doing some comparisons/making some recommendations for a good system to handle a small (but growing) business. I have personal experience with Remedy, Commit,and (an in-house program that I cannot remember the name of) but would like to find something very user friendly,...

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  • Database Management Systems

    what are the basic steps in implementing a database management system?

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  • database

    I want to create a sample database for a company with employee of 5000+. The employee data will include name, address phone etc. and also have photograph of each employee. In addition, I want to create a list of meeting that some managers have attended and the issue that they have raised during the...

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  • Web based contacts for small business

    We are a non-profit buying group with 3 persons in our office. We need a contact data base that can be shared including on the fly changes. We have a network, but no dedicated server. We currently are using Act 6.0, but that is getting old and problem riddled. Is there a web based contacts...

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  • Macs and SPSS 17

    Which mac would be best to use for statistical analysis using SPSS? I know that most PCs make this easy with WIndow and MS Access as db, but I have a house and office filled with Macs - only other option is to add a PC. Thanks!

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  • MS Access & EDI

    Is there a way to use MS Access to interface with a database that uses EDI? If so, what do I need to do to do this & where can I get more info on this?

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  • Database Quality Control measures?

    Hi, I'm a developer working in a rather simple systems/data environment: three database systems - development, testing and live. obviously as the developer I work on the development server, once my development is done (and tested), the changes are implemented on the user testing server for...

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  • datamart & datawarehouse

    What do you mean by DATAMART & DATAWAREHOUSE & what is the difference betwen two??

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  • Are the data warehousing,data-mining and document warehousing under the Database Management System?

    Are the data warehousing,data-mining and document warehousing under the Database Management System?

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  • blanks (”) instead of NULL’s in SQL Server 2000

    I have a development team that wants to represent all fields with no values with a '' (blank) instead of using the database standard of NULL. The team is coding in C#. I am told it is easier for them to code around blanks than NULL's. Aside from taking up more space in the database than is...

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  • oracle calculated item

    hi ihave alist of variables some of them calculated from others i recieved them from certain source in certain date and i have alist of indicatores which are calculated from the variables (for the same date,& source) but every indicator has diffrent equation & the user need to modify the equation f...

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