• Can you accept or decline task in Microsoft Access?

    Can task be forwarded to a person among group of persons in Access?

    ahonutere5 pointsBadges:
  • ODBC connection

    Is there is anyway I can know the remote IP that connecting to my server (AS/400 server) via ODBC? The AS/400 log dose not show any details about the IP it only tell me that the connection happen but without any details. Also some time the connection failed without report any info. Please, I need...

    osamah205 pointsBadges:
  • Sorting of students strength on one form in Microsoft Access

    I have a table named Students with the following fields and data ID Level Session Gender Regular/Plus Shift Program Section: 13 INTERMEDIATE 2013-2015 MALE REGULAR MORNING FSC ENG FSC B-4 14 INTERMEDIATE 2013-2015 MALE REGULAR MORNING FSC ENG FSC B-3 15 INTERMEDIATE 2013-2015 MALE REGULAR MORNING...

    MUHAMMADYOUSAF10 pointsBadges:
  • Issues deleting records in SQL database

    I'm having issues deleting records in a SQL database. What should I do?

    rockquery45 pointsBadges:
  • Updating forms in Access

    I have updated a form with membership information, adding several new fields. How do I get Access to update previous entries to include the new fields?

    lmack15 pointsBadges:
  • Limitations to adding NDB cluster on MySQL

    I'm trying to implement a NDB cluster for MySQL 6. I'm trying to do it with a very large data structure (2 million databases). Are there any limitations of implementing a NDB cluster? RAM size perhaps? Appreciate the help.

    ITKE355,655 pointsBadges:
  • Advantages of database system over file systems

    Does anyone know of the advantages of a database system over file systems. Thanks!

    kabuye5 pointsBadges:
  • QMF for Windows 64-bit software

    Is there a 64-bit version of QMF for Windows or another equivalent product?

    kssvls965 pointsBadges:
  • Print as a list in MDB file

    How to print as a list in a MDB file?

    MsJudi10 pointsBadges:
  • Microsoft Access import foreign key

    My question is basically this about MS Access: How do you import data into an existing table if at least one of the fields actually contains a foreign key related to another table? Let me give an example: Tables/fields involved: 1. "tblEmployee" with fields "EmployeeID", "EmployeeName", "StateID"...

    HardlyNotMe5 pointsBadges:
  • How to export big data from Cassandra to CSV

    My friend and I have been using Cassandra for storing big data (it's over 100 GB) in one column family. We're now trying to export it to CSV in a fast way but we're not being successful. We've tried CAPTURE and COPY but it's not producing what we need. Anyone know of a better way exporting...

    ITKE355,655 pointsBadges:
  • Should I learn DBA for my career?

    I have completed graduation in 2014. Then after did a networking course in hyderabad. I'm currently working as Help desk engineer. I want to learn DBA now to change my domain. Is it a right decision or not? Please suggest.

    achanderg375 pointsBadges:
  • Expanding the All Access Objects menu in Microsoft Access 2010

    I had to make a database for school and now I have to take screenshots of what I've done to get it marked. I minimized the All Access Objects menu bar by dragging the small arrow to make it smaller, allowing more details in one of my reports to be seen. Now the arrows for expanding it are no longer...

    aismurf5 pointsBadges:
  • Move places.SQLite file bookmark backup to another laptop

    My laptop died but I salvaged HD. Now I need to move places.sqlite file bookmark backups to another laptop. How can I do that?

    deweydoit5 pointsBadges:
  • Using ODBC to update AS/400 file

    I have an application that was written in MSAccess that updates data on the AS/400. The AS/400 table is a Physical file with Journaling turned on. However the programmer that created the file used the # character in a field name. Access does not like queries with the #, so I created a logical file...

    choirboy10 pointsBadges:
  • Mainframe Performance Testing

    I am doing a research and would like to get answers to the following questions, I appreciate and value your experience and time: 1) What are the different types of mainframe applications? 2) What are the general performance issues that are expected? 3) What tools are used in performance testing...

    Iluvlearning0 pointsBadges:
  • Text box value in Microsoft Access 2010

    I have a text box that it's value will be " active" or " noactive " depending on another text box at the same form " end_date" that when I put the end_date value it should be compared with the computer date and set the value for the text box , the text box name is "stat".  How can I put that in...

    theseeker7210 pointsBadges:
  • Oracle In Linux

    How can I able to get and work with Oracle in Linux platform. I am using RedHat Linux 9.0.

    Samachar0 pointsBadges:
  • What’s the maximum MIMEtype length for storing type in a database?

    Would anyone be able to tell me what people are using for the length of a MIMEType field in their databases? The longest one that we use is 72 bytes but we're looking to see if there are longer ones. We've actually started using 250 now but is there anything longer? Thanks for the help.

    ITKE355,655 pointsBadges:
  • Frontend & Backend testing, Database Testing or Performance testing

    I'm a fresher and I wanted to know: Out of front end testing, back end testing, database testing and performance testing, which has a better scope and which one will be helpful for a better career growth?

    gmathur935 pointsBadges:

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