• Use of multiple SET/WHERE clauses in the MERGE of 2 Oracle tables

    Currently am able to update 1 Oracle table from another using MERGE along with WHEN MATCHED THEN UPDATE logic. Under the UPDATE command I am using a SET/WHERE to update a specific column based on certain criteria. I want to add another SET/WHERE condition to this same update which will result in an...

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  • How to send the data from a Physical file to a Flat file

    Please check the below prgram and advice me how to send the data from APH(physical file) to Flate file SAAPH (flat file). FTRF is a datstructure created for send the data only this two fields in flat file. i am not sure how to club this data structre and flat file in programe. FAPH IF E DISK FSAAPH...

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  • Native database implementation on AS/400

    Hi, I am searching for a native database implementation for AS400. Either an open source or that can be bought and used or ( a database impl that can be achieved by doing some programming). Can i get some help regarding this. Thanks all, teja.

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  • issue sp_helprotect

    if i give sp_helprotect on one table. it shows the list of access few tables permissions including given table. can i know why it is happens

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  • Index Strategy for existing SQL Server 2005 project

    Hi All I Newly joined with new Project,My Boss told me that Create Index strategy document which in excisting Project. I don't where to start. I prepared some documents which is basically saying about Index recomandation,When we have to creat Indexes,and so other stuff which is finding most used...

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  • Embedded SQL to process ALL members

    Hi, I'm trying to get an RPG with embedded SQL to read all the members in a file. I know I used to be able to do this with an OVRDBF command with *ALL specified for the member, but this doesn't seem to work anymore. In the joblog I get a CPF4268 message which says the file has no members or is not...

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  • SBS 2003, SQL Server 2005 and database mirroring

    Hello! I m trying to get db mirroring to work between two sbs 2003 premium based sql (2005) servers. Am I just plain stupid or did I miss sth? And please dont tell me about traceflags becaouse they dont seem to have an effect on my ... problem? Perhaps I came out as a bastard but Im in a realy bad...

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  • Joining Tables in SQL Server

    What is the difference between Outerjoin and Left outerjoin.

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  • SQL Stored Procedure

    I need to create a stored procedure with an input parameter of member name to create an Alias, select all the data in the member then drop the Alias. This procdure wil be called by 3rd party software using an odbc connection.

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  • Using the SQL IN clause in SQLRPGLE

    Can I use a variable with the IN clause in an iSeries SQLRPGLE program? Can I use: WHERE CUSTID IN(:CUSTNUMS) Instead of: WHERE CUSTID IN(145,1600,352)

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  • What is the use of primary files in DB2/400?

    whats the use of primary file any real example please? in what scenario should we prefer to fully procedural file?

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  • Update a field in one table after the change on a field in another table using a trigger in SQL

    I have a WODet table and after the field "Complete" is changed to "True" I need to update my SODet table field "UD3" to "True" using a trigger in SQL where dbo.SalesOrderDetails.SalesOrderDetailID = dbo.WorkOrderDetails.SalesOrderDetailID Thank you in advance

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  • Using WildCards in IIF Statement

    Hi, I have a query that uses a field on a form to filter what information gets displayed. This is simple I know but what I need it to do is display all records if I don't enter anything in the field on the form. I tried putting the following IIF statement in the Criteria:...

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  • Clustered and Non-clustered Index

    Hi, I have one table having more than 3 millions rows with following columns: [SITE_ID] [USER_NAME]

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  • PL/SQL: How to handle OUT Parameter during INSERT

    HI Experts, I have a OUT parameter in my procedure(whihc performs INSERT data into a table),how to handle this OUT parameter (primary key of table) -- Will Insert statement inside the PL/SQL block should include this parameter or we should use SELECT stm after Insert to add this attribute ,i am...

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  • Creating form with combo box to enter data

    I trying to create a form in an inventory database that uses a combo box to select size and depending on the size, use a text box with the quantity and have it populate the correct size field. If I am way off base, please suggest alternative.

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  • Multiple instances with SQL Server

    Is it adviceable to put SQL 2000 and 2005 in one single CLuster by putting them in different instances?

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  • Microsoft Access database too large – Can I divide my Access file?

    Im new to access and have been given a task to compile a data base, which i have very nearly completed, Im in the military and using a PC networked into a military system. However i found out whilst compiling the Database the system has many limitations, the Document has got to 1.99 GB now and will...

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  • Loading signature into a PictureBox control

    I'm trying to load a signature into a pictureBox but its giving the "Parameter not valid" error message when it tries to convert into bitmap from the MemoryStream store. Refer code below. code: public Bitmap getSignature() { MemoryStream ms1 = new MemoryStream(Signature); Bitmap signature = new...

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  • Writing vertical data to a flat (unfortunately!) table

    I have an application that I need to update (written by someone else) that requires that I take data from a nice, vertical table and write them into a pre-exisiting flat table. Column 1 of the vertical table is the PK for the flat table, while there are up to 35 entries that must be written into...

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