• MS Access – Create Median Aggregate Function

    Is it possible (and has anyone done it yet) to create additional aggregate functions in MS Access (I'm using 2007)? In particular, I want to create "Group By" queries that calculate the Median of each group. I have a median function that works on entire columns (or subsets) individually, but it...

    Cantrell10 pointsBadges:
  • Upgrading ODBC driver for iSeries

    Im running iSeries Access for Windows V5R3. My current iSeries ODBC for Windows driver is v10. I would like to upgrade it to v11. Does anyone know how to do this without updating iSeries Access for Windows client on my pc? I need to leave it at V5R3.

    Nhanold5 pointsBadges:
  • MySQL database size

    Is there a limit on database size for MySQL? my database is getting on the large zise will this effect proformance?

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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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  • How to use SQL to filter columns in a spreadsheet.

    I have a query that is listed below. I need to develop a statement that would filter the month and the year as well as the Phase informaton in the access table.  __________________________________________________________________ Select INMSP300.M3OE# as "OENo", INMSP300.M3OEC as "ComprsOE",...

    CompEng1,240 pointsBadges:
  • AS/400 file transfer window disappears

    as400 file transfer window drops to the bottom never to return.

    Dothendo15 pointsBadges:
  • get a anr record from databse by using max (one Field) and orderby (one filed) desc

    Hi, I have a table. It can have multiple records for the key value. Ex secid   time       source 1       02:04    a 1      02:04    b 2 3 Now i want only one record of secid for a descending orderby of (source) and for a max time stamp. and later i will join the secid with...

  • The most-watched IT questions this week: Oct. 20, 2009

    Here are the 5 most watched questions on ITKE: There's some great discussions going on ranging from SQL to diagnosing app crashes. Go answer a question now and take your shot at winning a TV, or check out the rest of the top 10 on the Community Blog: 1.ORA-31672 in oracle 11g tops the list, with...

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  • STORED PROCEDURE

    Hi All i search to make procedure in strsql please can anybody help me and search code open text file from the procedure and put data on  it  

    AS400SQL25 pointsBadges:
  • Scalar functions in GROUP BY

    Is there a reason why I cannot use a SCALAR function in a Group BY clause? I have a table with a column that is of type timestamp. I want to get a count of all dates for which there are multiple rows. So I devise a query of the sort SELECT COUNT(*), DAYS(TMSTP_COL) FROM MYTAB A GROUP BY...

    Sumithar0 pointsBadges:
  • Foreign key constraints support in MyISAM

    Are foreign key constraints supported in MyISAM of MySQL? I have created a table using InnoDB, declaring the foreign key, and now I want to convert that table to MyISAM. Is it possible, and if so, how can I do it?

    Linux - Ask the Expert270 pointsBadges:
  • SQL query for same phone number

    I have 3 columns phone number, users and locations I would like to see only the name and phone numbers of the users that are calling the same phone number Not quite sure how to represent this in a SQL Statement Thank you very much for your assistance

    Iamnfo5 pointsBadges:
  • 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...

    Apothen0 pointsBadges:
  • SQL related tables

    I have 2 tables one with all my products and their accociated details and another with comments on the products. Product table 1 prodID, title, description, price Comments table 2 commID, prodID, comment I would like to export this to a single XML file, thus an XML element for each product from...

    Geeko5 pointsBadges:
  • Different database & server collation

    Hi, We have a database that is sitting on a SQL Server 2005 with different collation setting, the application connect to the database is running with out any issue. Have anyone had this same issue, if so how long has your application run with different database and server collation without running...

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  • VBA Looping In Access

    I have a report in Access which pulls from one table in an Access databse.  In the table there is one record for each "Region" and when I run my Access report it then creates one big pdf file containing a one page report for each region.  How can I write a peice of VBA code that will loop the...

    Keithman5 pointsBadges:
  • 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

    Xixones0 pointsBadges:
  • ms sql query problem with a case statement

    [strong]This code works: SELECT     passengers.*, passship.passship_name AS name, passship.passship_speed AS speed, passship.passship_size AS cargo, hyperjump.hops AS hops, ROUND((passengers.pass_engers * passengers.pass_price) / (hyperjump.hops * passship.passship_speed), 0) AS ptprofit...

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  • Most popular blog posts this week

    10. Removing old hardware after a P2V conversion Eric Siebert shares a long-held best practice regarding old server management. 9. The challenge of managing risk when IT budgets tighten Linda Tucci explains the challenges of a down economy -- and offers some tips on coming out ahead. 8. Ellison...

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  • database

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

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